We present time-dependent atomic diffusion calculations for Ca, Cr, and Fe in a stellar magnetic atmosphere including an anisotropic wind. For three different models of mass-loss rates (or wind), we obtain a 3D description of the entire atmosphere. In two of these models, the mass-loss rate varies according to the magnetic field inclination, the assumed field geometry being non-axisymmetric. When the dipolar component of the magnetic field dominates, we find that ring-like abundance structures will be prominent. Spot-like distributions can also exist according to the field geometry. Abundance distributions turn out to be highly sensitive to the mass-loss model. The results are discussed and compared to an observational model of a real chemically peculiar star (θ Aurigae) that features parameters close to those of the model we have adopted for our calculations.