Procedural Nebulae Made in Blender

Check out these breathtaking nebulae made by Brent Patterson.

Here on 80 Level, we've seen a fair share of procedurally-made clouds created using a variety of tools. But it is not every day that we have a chance to see procedural space clouds a.k.a. nebulae. Luckily, 3D Artist Brent Patterson has given all of us an opportunity to check out some amazing digitally-made nebulae created using Blender 3.0 Cycles. Here are some of the amazing projects shared by the artist:

And here are some video renders, shared by the author via Twitter:

All of these projects are parts of Brent's growing collection of blend files of similar configuration meant to serve as starting points to render your own procedural nebulae. The artist develops new nebula setups frequently and updates the collection whenever he has the chance. You can check out the collection here.

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