23 Sep 2022
What amazes me is how good & creative the outputs are on average, considering how early we are still in AI-generated art.
Underlying though is also the creativity of those writing the prompts for the AI - known now as "prompt engineering" it seems.
Fairy ocean book, unreal engine, greg rutkowski, loish, rhads, beeple, makoto shinkai and lois van baarle, ilya kuvshinov, rossdraws, tom bagshaw, alphonse mucha, global illumination, detailed and intricate environment
many more examples at: https://playgroundai/post/cl8ey0d87844301s6pbo0xg9b
Just came across this - somehow related 😂:
27 Sep 2022
Prommpt: "a chalet in the mountains overlooking green pastures with unicorns grazing and snowed mountaintops in the background"
Prompt: "leaving on a high"
Prompt: "a detailed and dreamy green landscape with fountains of translucent water glowing"
It's quite good but not as good as some of the other models I have seen from others.
to run locally:
Thoughts about AI art
This is art to me.— Nic (@ndeville) January 27, 2023
Rooted in (pop) culture, visually stunning, evoking emotions & thoughts.
I'm looking at it on a loop, as one would stay in front of a painting from the 17th century to absorb its details and "feel" it.
The concept & perception of "art" are subjective. https://t.co/ieAJnQ8qOW
I never really liked traditional human art - painting, sculpture, etc. I appreciate that there is a lot of craft & creativity, but it does not evoke much for me. But.. - some movies are art pieces for me (the "7th art" in France). - some AI art are - already - art pieces for me.