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Inferno Nebulae by SupRn0va Inferno Nebulae by SupRn0va
An emission Nebulae, often called the Nebulae of inferno due to it's colour and intensity. Clouds of high temperature gas, mainly helium and hydrogen and thus giving it the red colour. The clouds of gas gains energy from a star's ultraviolete emission ( in this case a proton star) and emit radiation as the gas go back to lower states of energy.
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sumopiggy Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2004
Looks great.
I think the planets are a bit too big, and that if you make them smaller it will make the nebula seem alot bigger, and will be more scientifically accurate ;) =P
And I think the planet right by the middle star looks out of place.
Otherwise its good :) Its good to see that you didnt just paint some red and orange in the middle of a black canvas, but rather have filled it all with colour :D
Keep it up.
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SupRn0va Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2004
I used photoshop 7 only. You are right, I've followed a tutorial, but not that strict. Had no idea where to start so the tutorial helped me a lot.
Got PS just a few months ago so I'm still learning.
Used 7+ hours
Layers 20+
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xRed-thunderDragoNx Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004
Wow! You did a fantastic brushing work! erm, did you use photoshop?
You use components of some nebulae tutorials around, but inda completly different composition!

Excellent job! I'll take a look on your gallery :)
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