We have the Blender.org helicopter and  classroom scene attached at the bottom of the page if you don't want to create a scene from scratch. 


In addition, you can grab free assets from: 


As well as the freebie section at commercial sites like

If you use a free asset, and you find a bug, please link us to the scene or asset you used. It would help us so much!





The Classroom


We're very excited to be allowed to share Christophe Seux' Classroom scene for Blender. Some of you may recall that Christophe is the creator of the little short called Deconcerto, which you can view here
The AMD Radeon ProRender team has converted the classroom to RPR materials and lights to demonstrate the render plugin's capabilities, and you can download it at the bottom of the page. If you want to continue using the file once  Radeon ProRender is out of beta, you need to adhere to the file's Creative Commons license, which is as follows: 


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