Studio Scenes

At this section, you can find some Thea Studio scenes to download and experiment with several features. Use the Download button below each scene to download the corresponding pack.thea file. Use Thea Studio to open it and render it. Copyrights of the original scenes belong to users that designed them. Used under permission. In case you have scenes you would like to share with us and other users, you can contact us.

Benchmark Scenes

BenchMark Scenes

A set of 4 nice benchmark scenes, specifically modeled and setup for Presto (GPU+CPU) benchmarking. Presto (MC) is the chosen engine, rendering for 5 minutes, with the target resolution at 1280x720. CUDA capable graphics card with 1Gb memory is needed for running the benchmark on graphics device. The render information containing the benchmark results can be found in the Console log after render is finished. Scenes created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Laser Lab

This scene of a laser lab, shows the optical refraction and dispersion, in full spectral resolution, of white light as it passes through a prism. It combines  both volumetrics (global medium is enabled) and dispersion and is a good example for lighting study.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Zipper

At this scene of a leather briefcase with zipper, two main Thea Render features are used:  the leather material is created by the use of many layers (advanced and innovating Layering System) and Displacement mapping (Geometric Modifier)  is also used to create the zipper area.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Logo and Coins

A Thea logo and two coins compose this example scene. Both silver and gold materials use the corresponding IOR files (spectral index of refraction and extinction coefficient) to have accurate reproduction of the corresponding materials.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Living Room - IES Lights

Part of a classic living room. The lighting of the room is achieved with the help of IES files, which can create different and accurate light effects.
Created by Frédéric Yves Moro.

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Villa House

A modern Villa House to experiment with exterior shots and different camera views.
Created by David Hier.

 

Please Note: One or more textures in this 3D model have been created with images from CGTextures.com. These images may not be redistributed by default, please visit CGTextures.com for more information.

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Cinema4D Scenes

At this section, you can find some Cinema4D scenes, all setup with Thea materials and ready for use inside Cinema4D. Use the Download button below each scene to download the corresponding zip file that contains apart from the Cinema4D scene all the needed textures. Copyrights of the original scenes belong to users that designed them. Used under permission. In case you have scenes you would like to share with us and other users, you can contact us.

Meccano Plane

The Meccano Plane, one of the Presto Benchmark scenes comes now in Cinema4D format. The scene uses Thea materials for all the present models and is illuminated by an hdri (from our HDRI Studio IBL Library). This scene is the perfect example of fast interactive and production rendering with the use of Presto engine.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Bowling

This animated scene is setup with high quality Thea materials and is illuminated by an hdri (from our HDRI Studio IBL Library). The animation has been already created, with the ball throwing down all the pins and can be used directly within Cinema4D.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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Caustics

This scene, part of Presto Benchmark scenes, comes now in Cinema4D format. It is a nice example of the results Presto engine can achieve at more difficult light situations, such as the illumination of clear glass and highly reflective materials by an area light emitter.
Created by Patrick Nieborg.

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SketchUp Scenes

At this section, you can find several SketchUp Scenes to download and render inside SketchUp. Use the Download button below each scene to download a zip archive. Inside it you can find the corresponding SketchUp file along with the needed models, for cases of external models use. You can open these scenes with SketchUp version 6 and above. By the use of the new Thea for SketchUp plugin you can render them inside SketchUp. Copyrights of the original scenes belong to users that designed them. Used under permission. In case you have scenes you would like to share with us and other users, you can contact us.

  

Lights Showroom

Lights Showroom

Thea Render Team 

This scene contains various lighting fixtures starting from floor lamps, table lamp, downlights, wall lamps and LED strip lights. Each comes with a short description in order to make the creation of lighting fixtures - that render efficiently and look well in a rendering - faster and easier.

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Pathway Scene

Thea Render Team

This exterior scene is ideal for testing the fog option in Global Medium settings. Fog Preset allows control of fog density, base and top level. Please download the scene to check the fog functionality inside SketchUp. More details on the scene can be found at our Blog article

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Entrance Scene

Thea Render Team

This interior scene is ideal for testing the Cloud Material Preset. The model has a few long & narrow openings that help us better seeing the effect of the fog in the interior. More details on the scene can be found at our Blog article

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Greenhouse

Kim Frederik Blom Semelin

This scene of a greenhouse, uses some external models for vegetation. At the zip archive, apart from the SketchUp scene, you will find a folder with all used models. Open the SketchUp scene, press the Render button of the Thea for SketchUp plugin and see your external models been rendered.

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Haag Hildisrieden House

Zacchia Bruno

A room area, part of a full house design to experiment with interior shots. Download the scene from the button below and use Thea for SketchUp plugin to render it inside SketchUp.

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