This is the second post of three about renderings by Dream AI using some of my images as seeds.
As a quick reminder, Dream AI (well, all the AI models) has the option to provide an image to serve as a seed for what it creates. The Pro version of Dream AI has the option to output a video of the creation.
I don’t know how accurately the video represents the creation process because it’s too quick relative to the amount of time it takes to render something. Then again, it might be speeded up.
Ah, crap . . . basically, I don’t know what the video represents, but it purports to be the AI in action as it renders the image. For instance, this is the video generated for the above image.
FYI, the prompt was steampunk submarine in an underwater city, and the seed photo was a leaf on some rocks (you can see it in the video).
Two quick comments:
1) the original photo is better (higher quality) than what is shown in the video.
2) the photo is a crop of a larger photo because Dream AI requires an image of the same resolution, size, and orientation as what it outputs.
That prompt was vintage car in a forest in the winter. Note I don’t add any other qualifiers, but there are a bunch available should I choose to include any. For instance, I could ask to render in the style of a famous artist, have it be more photorealistic, etc., etc.
. . . I’m happy to just let the AI do its thing. Remember, I’m not doing anything other than giving it a request. I am not the artist in any sense of the word. Here’s the video . . .
I should probably scale the videos down because I’m not sure how they are viewed on the screen. It’s supposed to scale the video to fit on the screen, but I think that’s only if you’re viewing the video on my Vimeo channel.
. . . I’m happy to just let the AI do its thing. Remember, I’m not doing anything other than giving it a request. I am not the artist in any sense of the word.
That looks more like the nose of a DC3 than a submarine, with maybe a nod or two to the Space Shuttle, but OK.
Here’s the third submarine rendering, this one supposedly above an Egyptian city.
This next rendering was a huge surprise. I mean, I chose the prompt (ancient ruins) . . .
It’s not the rendering that surprised me . . . it’s that it came from a photo of my patio . . .
Needless to say, I found that pretty cool.
Here’s the same image used with the prompt abandoned spaceport.
That’s enough for now, but there’s one more post to go (tomorrow).
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