About two weeks ago, I loaded the Dream AI App on my Samsung Note 20. The app is free, by the way, but you can pay to upgrade it and get a few extra capabilities.
I don’t even remember the prompt for the above. Unlike the graphics I generate on the PC, I usually don’t save those to the account . . . I just download them to the phone. I assume the prompt had something to do with Halloween, but I don’t know for sure.
Anyway, because it’s on my phone, and because I’m sometimes waiting for stuff, I played around with the app a whole lot . . . the gallery I’ll be linking has 120 images on it, but I won’t be sharing all of them here.
I’ll just drop a few images to give the gist of what I was playing with. And, truthfully, some might not be all that great . . . like the four windmill scenes I asked for . . .
I mean, what can I say . . . meh?
The steampunk typewriters I asked for were a bit better . . .
I should mention that, once again, I processed all of the images through GigaPixel, enlarging them 2X and cleaning them up a bit.
I did a fair amount of globes spanning various concepts, and I sort of wished I had saved the prompts (I did for some), but since I was just playing around and rapid-fire trying stuff, it’s enough that I saved the creations.
I’ll try and be more conscientious in the future. If curious about any of them, you can try and ask me about them, but your guess won’t be too far off from mine.
By the way, I mentioned that if you buy a subscription you get a few extra options. What Options? Well, generating four results for each prompt instead of just one, no ads, premium styles, priority queue, and a few other things; things like the option to save a short video of the AI generating the creation.
For instance, for this creation . . .
. . . I also saved a video . . .
The app has a lot of new modes, like the diorama mode . . .
I have the prompt for this next one . . . it was “Orion the Hunter constellation” using the diorama mode.
Well, I don’t see Orion, but I see the diorama with some spacey stuff . . . close enough, I suppose.
Since it’s the holiday season, I did a few Christmas prompts (more in the gallery).
Including some more abstract processing options . . .
Well, it’s either a manger or a sacrificial altar . . . the Bible has both.
I wanted an origami camera (a camera made of origami), but got a picture of an origami scene . . .
Then, I got into lighthouses using various mediums and styles . . .
Honest, you should go look at the gallery (link below, just before the link to the slideshow). Lots of renderings there.
For instance, I asked for an ice-covered lighthouse done in ink . . .
As well as diorama versions . . .
Then, I got into castles . . .
. . . lots of castles . . .
. . . in lots of different styles . . .
. . . including ‘cartoon’ . . .
. . . and ink . . .
I liked the ink versions, so there’s a good number of them . . .
I liked most ink renderings, so I tried several different prompts.
I’ve already shared the winter scenes versions (here’s one as a reminder).
But also a sailing ship in space . . .
Then I tried a number of “Cadillac in the desert with a storm” renderings (my story for the Rainman Title Challenge).
I tried some city scenes . . . and got Vegas . . .
Then, I wanted a New Year’s ticker tape parade celebration . . .
And finally, Mauna Loa erupting (it should be oozing, but OK) . . .
Overall, I can see me using this (and the other AI tools) for some of the graphics in occasional posts (along with photos, of course). If nothing else, for the fun of it.
Here’s the LINK to the SmugMug Gallery for them who want to leisurely peruse all 120 images.
And here’s the Slideshow for them sho just want to sit back and let them scroll before you . . .
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