🤯 Any other AI art addicts here? 🤯

Update. This thread has become a journal and a discussion place. Let’s talk about the future of machine learning in the subject of arts.

Feel free to post your creations.

How it all started for me plus my initial experiences with different platforms, first impressions and tips on what's free and what isn't

Lately I’ve been playing around with computer generated art and it’s really addicting.
With the latest release of Stable algorithm, it’s looking even better than before.

It takes a lot of tries and the results are usually not what I wanted but from time to time miracles happen and it comes out ever more awesome than expected.

I made this one last night and omc, it sure derailed all other plans I had for the evening.

This is Beira, the Queen of Winter, as created by NightCafe using stable and just a prompt. Definitely the best face AI has created for me so far.

I later touched it up in an editor and added realistic eyes to it. Gorgeous results! I’m working on creating a cover for it. I’ll post it once it’s done.

I also gave Midjourney a try last night since I’ve heard a lot about it. I ran out of the free trial but before I did, it created this awesome thing for me.

:scream: Merlin’s workshop came out even better than I imagined. I might actually change the description in the book to match closer to this. I’m in love.

Another one I’ve played with a lot is Dream by Wombo. This one doesn’t have limits :grin: but it doesn’t get to high resolution.
UPDATE: The recent presets can now generate faces as well as realistic objects. The older presets (the ones on the bottom) are still good at abstract art and settings but I find that I no longer use them.

Here’s Ruby created with the newer presets.

It’s a really cool toy. And did I say free?

I’ve also used Dall-e mini and Craiyon. They’re cool to play with but results are low quality.

Another cool one is Portrait style transfer with DualStyleGAN. This one creates faces. You supply an image and it creates a new face out of it and then you can apply a style to it to adjust it a bit.

This is Carnelia, btw.

Of course there’s also Artbreeder that everyone basically knows, but I’m not a fan. Faces seem to be too similar to each other and as far as settings, it doesn’t respond to prompts the way I’d like.

From the ones I’ve tried, Night Cafe is my fave so far because it offers a lot of flexibility, has a free tier and options to turn an image to high resolution once you generate something that’s worth the extra.
I might run a few abstracts created with Dream through Night cafe to increase their quality. I wonder how AI correcting work by another AI will come out.
UPDATE: not well, :joy:. It’s easier to create something from scratch than correct something that’s already made.

I finally gave DALLE2 a try. There’s a limit to how many you can do for free but the inpainting and outpainting are awesome features. See details here.

Tricks to using Dall-e on NightCafe.
🤯 Any other AI art addicts here? 🤯 - #215 by Kamiccola

While looking for prompt modifiers, I found this generator.
The interface looks really cool and you can try a variety of different diffusion models and search tags for prompt ideas. Limited free, looks like 25 images? I don’t know if they have ways of earning more or if you have to subscribe for more like Midjourney.


UPDATE: I checked out Microsoft Designer. Here are my observations:

🤯 Any other AI art addicts here? 🤯 - #435 by Kamiccola


Platforms and generators:




Other links

Trivia: How Stable Diffusion works



My great prompt experiment

While diving deep into the Wombo community, I’ve found a compendium of tips for better prompts. I haven’t vetted each of these resources personally just yet but it’s worth checking out.

Reliable formula for Character Concepts.

(Subject).(Subject),(Environment).(Environment),(Stance)(Positioning),(Definition), (Event) by (Artist/MediaSource)

This is a cool link that helps you brainstorm prompt parts and gives you examples too

A study of prompt styles.

Interesting list of keywords


“Abyssal” - dark and spooky. Abyssal cave for example makes a cave littered with candles, abyssal hedge makes a dark thorny tangled bush
“Oubliette” - full abilities yet to be discovered. Tends to add eyes and/or dark crevices and/or archways. Very weird
“Physarum polycephalum” - the species of the most well known slime mould. Basically a substitute for slimy/smooth.
“Slimy” makes everything green, this makes it yellow and veiny
“Mayan” - Mayan tree makes strange carvings in the wood. In general gives lovely patterns
“Agate” - pair it with a colour and makes a crystal that colour. Makes smooth coloured bands of crystal, default colour is orange
“Spectral” - haven’t studied this much but it makes things rainbowy and ghostly. Very pretty
“Ion” - when used correctly it can make things green and glowy or mechanical and futuristic
“Sigil” - better alternative for symbol or rune
“Dread” - also haven’t studied this much. Emphasizes dark grey and spooky camera angles
“Roll” - utterly confusing and I can’t work out what it does
“Bonsai” - Mini trees
“Plasma” - makes very specific parts glow very bright
“Ankh” - golden and Egyptian

“Derelict/Dereliction” - Very decayed, works great on architecture, very haunting

“Otherworldly” - Creates unusual effects on lakes, mountainscapes, and general nature (Otherworldly garden, for example)

“Expedient” - Gives lots of realistic qualities, can be a bit overly-sharp

“Cozy” - Excellent for “warm” interiors, lots of ambient light and warm tones

snsd - easiest cheatcode for highly defined human female faces and bodies. this is the name of a kpop group so that’s why the AI finds it so easy to find faces. optionally add “girl’s generation” if you want more people. and if you want more/better faces then add “jessica” and/or “sunny” which are specific names of members within the group

trypophobia - the name for the fear of tightly clustered holes. makes lots of holes, without fail, 100% of the time.

brain/coral/sponge - you can combine these together with trypophobia or use them separately. it’s pretty self-explanatory. since these words have very distinct patterns, it’s easy for AI to fill them in wherever. coral tends to be underwater and sponge is nearly always yellow. if you get lucky you can say something like “trypophobia eyes eyes eyes” to make eyes appear inside the holes. i haven’t tried it with screaming mouths yet but that should also be cool.

arcade cabinet/pinball - creates a “machine-y” look. very consistent. pinball usually creates a frame and buttons on the right and bottom side specifically. arcade cabinet usually produces a more spaceship kinda look.

infected - usually colored red. appears as gaping wounds. it looks really cool.

These are tips from NightCafe discords:

Check out this tag to see exposed prompts to learn from.

Tip to generate the same face from different angles:

Use the same seed, and only modify the part of the prompt that described the point of view

List of public domain artists to avoid encroaching on copyrighted artist’s rights:

Public domain artists

Gao Jianfu, 1879 – 1951, [Cantonese] (new national art/nihonga)
Ong Schan Tchow, 1900 – 1945, [Hokkien] (Chinese ink wash painting/flora and fauna/landscapes/people/still life/calligraphy)
Tan Teng-pho, 1895 – 1947, [Taiwanese] (Politician; painter)

Carmen Zaragoza y Rojas, 1867 – 1943, (painter)

Niko Pirosmani, 1862 – 1918, (painter/naïve art)

Rabindranath Tagore, 1861 – 1941, (red-green colour blind/synesthetic sense)

Asai Chū, 1856 – 1907, (painter/Yōga (Western-style) art movement)
Baiōken Eishun, c. 1710 – 1755, [Kaigetsudō School] (painter/print artist/Ukiyo-e)
Ogata Gekkō, 1859 – 1920, (artist/painter/designer/Ukiyo-e woodblock prints)
Goyō Hashiguchi, 1880 – 1921, (artist/woodblock prints/Shin-hanga/Ukiyo-e)
Itō Jakuchū, 1716 – 1800, (mid-Edo period painter/traditional Japanese subjects [chickens/birds])
Terasaki Kogyo, 1866 – 1919, [Japan Youth Painting Society] (painter/Shijō school)
Furuya Kōrin, 1875 – 1910, (artist/illustrator/designer/Kyoto arts and crafts circle)
Ogata Kōrin, 1658 – 1716, [Rinpa School] (landscape illustrator/lacquerer/painter/textile designer)
Kitawaki Noboru, 1901 – 1951, (painter/avant-garde)
Kamisaka Sekka, 1866 – 1942, [Rinpa School] (important artistic figure/woodblock prints/influenced by art Nouveau and western modernism)
Uemura Shōen, 1875 – 1949, (painter/bijin-ga/nihonga)
Soga Shōhaku, 1730 – 1781, [Kanō school (but disillusioned)] (painter of the Edo period/Muromachi period brushstroke convert)
Takahashi Shōtei, 1871 – 1945, [Japan Youth Painting Society] (woodblock artist/shin-hanga)
Watanabe Seitei, 1851 – 1918, (Nihonga painter/bird-and-flower painting/“Seitei Kacho Gafu” album)
Yumeji Takehisa, 1884 – 1934, (painter/poet/Nihonga/Bijin “beautiful person”)
Kōgyo Tsukioka, 1869 – 1927, (artist/painter/woodblock prints/noh theatre pictures)
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1839 – 1892, (printmaker/woodblock prints/Ukiyo-e)

An Gyeon, Joseon Period, (painter/landscapes)
An Jung-sik, 1861 – 1919, (painter/artist/landscapes)
Byeon Sang-byeok, 18th Century, (painter/animals/people)
Gim Du-ryang, 1696 – 1763, (painter/dogs)
Gim Jeong-hui, 1786 – 1856, (calligrapher/epigraphist/scholar)
Jang Seung-eop, 1843 – 1897, [Three Wons] (painter/animals/landscapes)
Na Hye-seok, 1896 – 1948, (painter/educator/journalist/poet/writer)
Nam Gye-u, 1811 – 1888, (painter/butterflies/flowers)
Yun Du-seo, 1668 – 1715, (painter/scholar/self-portraits/horses)

Ivan Bilibin, 1876 – 1942, (Russian folk tales/Slavic folklore)
Wassily Kandinsky, 1866 – 1944, [Russian-French] (painter/expressionism/abstract art)
Ilya Repin, 1844 – 1930, (painter/realism/portraits/drawings & sketches/genre painting)
Nicholas Roerich, 1874 – 1947, (archaeologist; painter/costume & set designer for ballets, operas, and dramas/Russian symbolism) “Cosmic Preset Alternative”
Ivan Shishkin, 1832 – 1898, [Peredvizhniki] (painter/landscapes/realism)
Tatiana Sukhotina-Tolstaya, 1864 – 1950, (painter/memoirist)
Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov, 1848 – 1926, [Peredvizhniki] (painter/mythology/history/symbolism)
Alexej von Jawlensky, 1864 – 1941, (painter/expressionism)
Mikhail Vrubel, 1856 – 1910, (painter/draughtsman/sculptor/symbolism)

Anne Dangar, 1885 – 1951, (painter/potter/modernist/cubist)
Dorrit Black, 1891 – 1951, (painter/printmaker/modernist)
Ethel Carrick, 1872 – 1952, [English/Australian] (painter/impressionist/post-impressionist)
Clas Edvard Friström, 1864 – 1950, (artist/art teacher/self-taught)
Wolla Meranda, 1863 – 1951, (novelist/journalist/editor/artist/painter of portraits)
Ada May Plante, 1875 – 1950, (painter/post-impressionism)
Harold Septimus Power, 1877 – 1951, (illustrator/painter/war artist)
James Peter Quinn, 1869 – 1951, (portraitist)
Violet Teague, 1872 – 1951, (artist/painter/printmaker/etchings/lithography)

Nicolai Abildgaard [Danish, 1743 – 1809] (neoclassical & royal history painter)
Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis [Lithuanian, 1875 – 1911] (painter/musician/abstract/symbolism/art Nouveau)

Josef Maria Auchentaller, 1865 – 1949, [Vienna Secession] (painter/drafter/printmaker/art Nouveau)
Gustav Klimt, 1862 – 1918, [Vienna Secession] (painter/symbolist/Art Nouveau)
Heinrich Lefler, 1863 – 1919, [Hagenbund] (art nouveau)
Felician Myrbach, 1853 – 1940, [Vienna Secession] (painter/graphic designer/illustrator)
Moritz Nähr, 1859 – 1945, (photographer/portraits)
Franz Sedlacek, 1891 – 1945, (painter/“New Objectivity”/symbolism)
Egon Schiele, 1890 – 1918, (painter/drawing/printmaker/expressionism)

Franz Courtens, 1854 – 1943, [Dendermonde School] (painter/nature/landscapes)
James Ensor, 1860 – 1949, (painter/printmaker/expressionism/surrealism)
Henri Evenepoel, 1872 – 1899, (painter/portraits/fauvism)
George Minne, 1866 – 1941, (artist/sculptor)

Petr Brandl, 1668 – 1735, (painter/baroque)
Josef Čapek, 1887 – 1945, (painter/cubism/minimalism; invented the word “robot”)
Wenceslaus Hollar, 1607 – 1677, [Bohemian] (engraver/etcher/graphic artist/baroque)
Alphonse Mucha, 1860 – 1939, (art Nouveau/painting/illustrations/decorative art)
Wenzel Lorenz Reiner, 1689 – 1743, (painter/baroque)
Karel Škréta, 1610 – 1674, (painter/portraits/baroque)

Hieronymus Bosch, c. 1450 – 1516, (painter/early Netherlandish/renaissance/fantastic art/alleged surrealism precursor)
Oluf Braren, 1787 – 1839, (painter/naïve art)
Aert de Gelder, 1645 – 1727, [Dutch Golden Age] (portraits/biblical scenes)
Willem Claesz. Heda, 1593/1594 – c. 1680/1682, [Dutch Golden Age] (painter/still life)
Frans Hals, c. 1582 – 1666, [Dutch Golden Age] (portraits/genre works)
Piet Mondrian, 1872 – 1944, (painter/art theoretician/abstract art/de stijl/neoplasticism)
Han van Meegeren, 1889 – 1947, (art forger/painter/portraits)
Jacob Isaacsz. van Swanenburg, 1571 – 1638, (city view/history paintings/religious scenes/portraits)
Domenicus van Wijnen, 1658 – 1700, [Dutch Golden Age] (painter/historical allegory/conversation pieces)

Jan Brueghel the Elder, 1568 – 1625, (painter/draughtsman; many genres)
Pieter Bruegel the Elder, c. 1525-1530 – 1569, [Dutch and Flemish Renaissance] (painting/printmaking)
Joos de Momper (the Younger), 1564 – 1635, (painter/landscapes/baroque/fantastic art/alleged surrealism precursor)
Carstian Luyckx, 1623 – c. 1675, (painter/still life)
Clara Peeters, active 1607 – 1621, (painter/still life/food/ontbijtjes)
Peter Paul Rubens, 1577 – 1640, (artist/diplomat; Flemish baroque/baroque)
Anthony van Dyck, 1599 – 1641, (painter/court painter/baroque)

Gustav Bauernfeind, 1848 – 1904, [German-Jewish] (painter/illustrator/architect/orientalism)
Lucas Cranach the Elder, c. 1472 – 1553, (painter/printmaker/woodcuts/engravings)
Max Ernst (dada/surrealism/frottage/grattage)
Caspar David Friedrich, 1774 – 1840, (aesthetics of effect/melancholy art/romanticism/landscapes)
Paul Klee, 1879 – 1940, [Bauhaus] (Swiss-German)(painter/drawings/printmaker/watercolors/expressionism/surrealism)
Max Klinger, 1857 – 1920, [Vienna Secession] (painter/sculptor/printmaker/art Nouveau/jugendstil/symbolism)
Ferdinand Knab, 1834 – 1902, (landscapes/poetic conception)
Käthe Kollwitz, 1867 – 1945, (painter/etchings/lithography/woodcuts/sculpture)
Robert Kretschmer, 1812 – 1872, (illustrator/scientific/animals)
August Macke, 1887 – 1914, (painter/expressionism)
Franz Marc, 1880 – 1916, (painter/printmaker/expressionism)
Maria Sibylla Merian, 1647 – 1717, (naturalist and scientific illustrator)
Friedrich Specht, 1839 – 1909, (painter/natural history illustrator)
Hermann Struck, 1876 – 1944, [German-Jewish] (modern art/etchings)
Julius von Klever, 1850 – 1924, [Baltic German] (landscapes/romanticism)
Franz von Stuck, 1863 – 1928, (painter/sculptor/printmaker/architect/ancient mythology)

József Egry, 1883 – 1951, (painter/constructivism/expressionism/modernism)
József Koszta, 1861 – 1949, (painter/realism/peasant life)
Ádám Mányoki, 1673 – 1757, (painter/portraits/baroque)
László Moholy-Nagy, 1895 – 1946, [Bauhaus] (constructivism/painter/photographer/sculptor/film)
Mihály Zichy, 1827 – 1906, (painter/romanticism/graphic artist)

Giuseppe Arcimboldo, 1526/1527 – 1593, (painter/portraits/still life/fantastic art/Dalí called him the “father of Surrealism”)
Jacopo Bassano, c. 1510 – 1592, [Venetian School] (painter/religious/landscapes/genre scenes)
Leandro Bassano, 1557 – 1622, [Venetian School] (painter/portraits/religious)
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, 1720 – 1778, (etcher/neoclassicism)
Canaletto, 1697 – 1768, [Venetian School] (painter/etcher/landscapes)
Caravaggio, 1571 – 1610, (painter/baroque)
Vittorio Matteo Corcos, 1859 – 1933, (painter/portraits/genre artwork)
Annibale Carracci, 1560 – 1609, (painter/instructor/baroque)
Giovanni Boldini, 1842 – 1931, [Macchiaioli] (genre and portrait painter/“Master of Swish”)
Umberto Brunelleschi, 1879 – 1949, (printer/illustrator/designer/caricaturist)
Basilio Cascella, 1860 – 1950, (painter/lithography/ceramics/verismo)
Piero della Francesca, c. 1415 – 1492, (mathematician/geometer/painter/fresco/early renaissance)
Giorgione, 1477-78 or 1473-74 – 1510, [Venetian School] (painter/high renaissance)
Giovanni Stanchi, 1608 – 1672, (painter/still life)
Tintoretto, 1518 – 1594, [Venetian School] (painter/mannerism/renaissance)
Paolo Uccello, 1397 – 1475, [Florentine] (mathematician/ painter/fresco/early renaissance)
Tiziano Vecelli (aka Titian), c. 1488/90 – 1576, [Venetian School] (painter/Italian renaissance/portraits/landscapes/mythology/religious)

Peter Nicolai Arbo, 1831 – 1892, (historical/allegorical scenes/Norse mythology)
Edvard Munch, 1863 – 1944, (icon of many styles; paintings/nudes/self-portraits/landscapes/photography)

Józef Chełmoński, 1849 – 1914, (painter/drawings/realism)
Aleksander Gierymski, 1850 – 1901, (painter/realism/impressionism precursor)
Jan Matejko, 1838 – 1893, (painter/teacher/drawings/history painting/academic art)
Józef Mehoffer, 1869 – 1946, [Young Poland] (painter/drawings/art Nouveau)
Jan Reisner, 1655 – 1713, (painter/architect/geometer/geographer/baroque)
Jerzy Siemiginowski-Eleuter, c. 1660 – c. 1711, (painter/engraver/baroque)

Mário Eloy, 1900 – 1951, (painter/expressionism)
Josefa de Óbidos, c. 1630 – 1684, (painter/portraits/religious/still life/baroque)

Milena Pavlović-Barili, 1909 – 1945, (painter/modernism)

Jacques Reyne Isidore Acarie-Baron, 1798 – 1874, (illustrator/fish)
Dionisio Baixeras Verdaguer, 1862 – 1943, (artist/naturalist/orientalism)
Federico Beltrán Masses, 1885 – 1949, [Cuban-Spanish] (painter/master of colour/psychological portraits/seductive images of women)
Francisco Boix, 1920 – 1951, (photographer)
Ramon Casas, 1866 – 1932, [Catalan] (Catalan modernism/Catalan art nouveau)
Alfonso Daniel Rodríguez Castelao (aka Castelao), 1886 – 1950, (painter/writer)
Luis Ricardo Falero, 1851 – 1896, (female nudes/mythology/orientalism/fantasy)
Francisco Goya, 1746 – 1828, (painter/printmaker/romanticism)
Santiago Rusiñol, 1861 – 1931, [Catalan] (Catalan modernism/Catalan art nouveau)
Joaquín Sorolla, 1863 – 1923, [Valencian] (painter/landscapes/portraits/social and historical themes/impressionism/luminism)

John Bauer, 1882 – 1918, (painter/illustrator/landscapes/mythology/Romantic nationalism)
Nils Dardel, 1888 – 1943, (painter/post-impressionism)
Carl Larsson, 1853 – 1919, (painter/writer/Arts and Craft movement/idyllic family life)

Arnold Böcklin, 1827 – 1901, (symbolist painter/romanticism/mythology/legend)
Henry Fuseli, 1741 – 1825, (painter/draughtsman/supernatural/romanticism)
Eugène Grasset, 1845 – 1917, (artist/art deco/art nouveau)
Richard Ranft, 1862 – 1931, (painter/engraver/illustrator/poster artist/post-impressionism/portraits/landscapes)
Sophie Taeuber-Arp, 1889 – 1943, (painter/sculptor/designer/architect/concrete art/constructivism/dada)
Adolf Wölfli, 1864 – 1930, (Art Brut artist/outsider art)

Abraham Mintchine, 1898 – 1931, [Ukrainian-French (Jewish)] (painter/mysticism/unique expressionism)

Public domain artists to help create POC characters

Henry Ossawa Tanner, an American painter known for his religious and historical scenes featuring African Americans.
William H. Johnson, an African American painter known for his vibrant portrayals of everyday life in Harlem during the 1920s and 1930s.
Aaron Douglas, an African American painter and illustrator known for his stylized depictions of African American life during the Harlem Renaissance.
Palmer Hayden, an African American painter known for his depictions of African American life in the United States and France.
Horace Pippin, an African American painter known for his portrayals of African American life and experiences, often with a focus on the rural South and the Civil War.

James McNeill Whistler, an American-born artist who lived and worked in Europe for much of his career. He created a portrait of his friend, the Japanese artist, Eliphalet F. Brown, Jr. which is considered one of his most famous portrait.
John Singer Sargent, an American painter known for his realistic portraits of prominent figures of his time. He painted a portrait of the American-educated Chinese diplomat, Chang Yen Hoon, in 1909.
Gari Melchers (my personal favorite to use) , an American artist known for his realistic portraits of people from different cultures and backgrounds. He painted a portrait of the Chinese diplomat, V.K. Wellington Koo, in 1915

More artists here:

A study of prompt modifiers

Cool resources from OpenAI community


Camera lenses, brushwork, art styles
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
Photography and photorealism guide
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
D&D and mythical creatures
Outpainting basics
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.
Outpainting tips
Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases.


I like it, but don’t like the hoops I have to jump through to use much of it.


I guess so but isn’t it the same when you commission someone to create art for you? You have to describe what you want and what style to aim for. Same thing with this. It’s not a stock photo, it has to be actually created.

The biggest difference is that in the end, it’s just a computer program and so it might misinterpret what you want. And there are limitations to what it can and can’t do.

But otherwise, it’s a really cool toy if you’re in the mood to play. If you’re not, that’s okay. More playtime for me.


It’s not that I won’t at all, for example, I just tested this:

It’s the creating an account to do more than the 5 freebies it gives out.


You get 5 credits every day and also a few extras here and there (for example, for liking # of other creations), but yes, you need an account.

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The poor thing didn’t really have a good focus with that spread, but I wasn’t expecting it to do much better.

I am cackling at this shirtless wonder it’s made this time.


My idea of what the Lust Circle of Hell would be like

"cyberpunk flying city
" - made with @NightCafeStudio

#aiart #nightcafe #digitalart


Finished off the 5.


Oh, I tried Midjourney and already ran out of freebies.

I used it to figure out the general landscape of of my story.

I have lots of other locations/characters/creatures that I want to see, so I’ll def give the other AI engines a try.

I’ve also seen some people using edited/drawn over AI images as backgrounds for webcomics and other artworks and I really like that idea.


I wanted to see how close I could get to Yuki from School Live


Tapeworm waterfall?

I made this for @J.L.O euqjdKJerF4soeA0Gjkb–1–PBUK6|500x500

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I think it would really work for it and it would reduce the drawing time.

That’s what I just did yesterday, I modified the ai image in pixlr editor and it’s awesome.

A lot of this code is open source. There are instructions out there how to create your own generator. I think it would be really cool since you could train it yourself and maybe it would be more customizable, would bend more to your will. I haven’t tried that yet but I’m really curious what the learning curve on it is.


What’s that?

These pictures look super cool btw :heart_eyes:


Squid ocean.


It’s another generator. Just google it. You start the trial on Discord actually. There’s a limited number of images you’ll get for free so I suggest you try this process on a free generator first so you can get the hang of how the prompts work.

Tip: the first few words of the prompt seem to carry the most weight. Also, try modifiers to indicate style.


Cool! Thanks!

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I dunno what I’m doing wrong with dall-e, got the invite for the full site but so far they’ve been a let-down. This is the best thing they churned out for “a digital painting of an eagle with antlers”

(ETA) I mean, it’s not bad, but I expect to see the ENTIRE eagle with the ENTIRE antlers, not a cropped close-up that requires us to fill in the rest with our own imaginations.

the rest were barely more than generic eagle paintings you could easily find through a google image search.

You could try more words in the prompt like “standing on top of a tree” or “flying.”

Or try a different generator.

Also, remember that the first few words carry more weight. Digital painting of an eagle will give you different options than Eagle digital painting

Make something for me related around the churroverse you botlet.