Tag: ai art
AI Art – Blossoms
AI Art – Spring
AI art – Setting the scene
I’ve mentioned before that I think very heavily in words, while my visual imagination tends to be fairly vague. With writing, this means that I focus more on the pacing and sound of words of the story, while glossing over visual descriptions.
But, with the availability of Stable Diffusion now, I’ve realized that I can describe a setting, and the AI will fill in the little details for me.
At some point in The Scions, Carol and Hartmann go hiking, and I wanted to properly describe the landscape to really set the scene. After telling Stable Diffusion what I needed, it gave me this picture:
Instead of trying to visually imagine it in my head, I had a much easier time describing the picture that I was actually looking at. The nice thing was that I didn’t have to slog through stock photos trying to find something that kinda sorta fits but not really because why can’t the most obvious pictures just exist when I’m not asking for anything special … you know. 😉
I think this will really benefit me as a writer.
Then from there, of course, I added more keywords to see what sorts of pretty effects I could achieve. Lol.
AI art – Random pretty pictures
AI Art – Glitter Glue Painting
Is there really such a thing as too much glitter?
Some say yes.
I say no.
AI Art – Surreal fish scene
The main character of Alice and the Warden.
Images created with Stable Diffusion. Being able to bring my characters to life like this is A-MAY-ZING.