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Corona Loft

Having more and more fun with Corona, and after uploading a good selection of full V-Ray scenes to the Warehouse, I thought it was time to offer an exclusive Corona interior.

Corona Loft (for lack of a more imaginative title) is now uploaded and ready to download.

It’s a full, high-quality, ready-to-render¬†industrial loft scene. Use it for fun, learning, for commercial projects, or to plunder and cannibalize for your own Corona projects.

The scene includes existing V-Ray assets converted for use in Corona (such as the Luis Sofa and this vintage sideboard), as well exclusive models that are not (yet) available as standalone. These include a handsome Gio Ponti armchair, an elegant concrete kitchen, and a modern metal sideboard. Another exclusive highlight is the string shelf that was a lot of fun to make.

Here are more renders below, and even if you don’t buy the scene, you can download the entire set of preview renders (both raw and post-produced) and wires from the Warehouse link.

TRIVIA: The artworks in this interior are all renders I did in the past few months while working on random projects.

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

Corona Loft

    • Lionofjudah
    • June 1, 2015

    Nice scene. Maybe its time to get Corona.

    Maybe adding a couple of the exclusive pieces as individual vray objects to the warehouse? For example the string shelf and Gio Ponti chair.

  1. Thanks. Yes. I’ll definitely make a V-Ray version of the Gio Ponti chair. I quite like it.

    • SeBass
    • June 2, 2015

    Hi bertrand. Nice work. I’d like to know how do you create the light bulb effect in the spot lights and the round lamps. Thanks

  2. Hi. The glow is done with ArionFX (but you need to work from a 32bit EXR file).

    • SeBass
    • June 2, 2015

    Yeah I know the glow is done with arion, butwhat I want to know is how you create the light sourse to simulate the effect of a light bulb inside the spotlights and the lamp. I means where does the yellow/orange light inside the spotlights and the lamps come from?

  3. I’m not sure I follow. It’s a Corona light… Did you have anything else in mind?

    • SeBass
    • June 3, 2015

    yeah. I have thought that besides the corona lights, you had assigned some light material to geometry inside the lamps and spotlights to create the effect of the bulb turned on.

    • nicolazaro
    • June 25, 2015

    Hi Bertrand. Great work! I’m using Corona and I’d like to know how many passes were necessary to achieve the quality of the 2K previews?
    And… did you tweak the Corona default parameters (Sampling balance and Speed vs Accuracy balance) or not?

    • Khan
    • January 7, 2016

    I think what SeBass is asking about could be ies lights. I am curious about the number of passes too which was asked by nicolazaro?

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