This post has been scheduled ahead of time since my internet presence will be sporadic over the next ten days or so . . . and, yes, more AI Art Generators creations . . . of spaceships! Maybe even one we might recognize.

Here are some of the terms I used in these prompts, although the prompts were not exactly the same for the different AI Art Generators (DALL-E, Dream, MidJourney, and NightCafe):

Steampunk, spaceship, in space, in city, 3d shading, hyperrealistic, 4K uhd, hyperdetailed, photorealism, copper, crystal.

So, let’s begin with DALL-E. I asked for spaceships in space, because, apparently, if you don’t specify space, there’s nothing to indicate these ships are in space. Heck, even when you ask, you can’t always determine we’re in space . . . we might be underwater, for all I know.

As near as I can tell, this is an early Borg design, before they figured out cubes — green cubes — are all the rage. The DALL-E generator has a definite look to its creations . . . but then, so do the other AI Generators. Anyway, to continue . . .

This post has been scheduled ahead of time since my internet presence will be sporadic over the next ten days or so . . . and, yes, more AI Art Generators creations . . . dinosaur creations, no less!

Here are some of the terms I used in these prompts, although the prompts were not exactly the same for the different AI Art Generators (DALL-E, Dream, MidJourney, and NightCafe):

Steampunk, Mechanical, T-Rex, in city, 3d shading, hyperrealistic, 4K uhd, hyperdetailed, photorealism, copper, Michelangelo.

So, let’s begin with DALL-E. I asked for a Michelangelo rendering of a mechanical T-Rex . . . obviously, Michelangelo put very little effort toward making these striking . . .

I think I might be able to conjure up something like that just by doodling. The next one is a little better . . .

So, rather than writing my story for the challenge, working on my photos, or doing anything productive, I occasionally return to playing with AI Art Generators.

I’m old, you see, so I don’t feel the push (or pull) to achieve anything in particular. After all, it’s all I can do just to put on my pants in the morning without falling over . . . most mornings, at least.

So, when the mood strikes, I do what the mood wants, and today, I wanted to share balls; crystal balls.

For these AI Art Generators renderings, the prompts contained words like crystal ball (occasionally misspelled as balll), dystopian, realistic, copper, detailed, and so on. I ran those with both cyberpunk and steampunk qualifiers, and I’ll begin with the cyberpunk renderings.

As I’ve been doing in these posts, I open with the renderings from Dream by WOMBO.

Yes, more AI-Generated art. For the few who might not know what is meant by Steampunk . . . well, you can click on THIS LINK. Basically, imagine no electricity and everything powered by steam. So, for instance, you could still have computers (HERE) but not run by electricity.

I ran a number of prompts on all four AI Art Generators (DALL-E, Dream by WOMBO, MidJourney, and NightCafe). Understand, there may be more AI Art Generators, but these are the ones I’m currently playing with.

The prompts ran from simple to more complex, and some incorporated other stuff besides ‘Steampunk Computers’ such as: drawn by Michelangelo, in the desert, made of copper, and some I currently don’t remember.

For instance, this was Dream’s concept of a steampunk computer as drawn by Michelangelo.

Dream By WOMBO

As we’ll see later, quite a different interpretation from MidJourney.

Just a quick post because it got late as I was playing with more AI Art Generators.

Yes, I wasted time I should have spent writing, but I had a good reason. I had credits that were expiring in a few days, and I didn’t want to waste them, so, first up, MidJourney.

But what prompt to give? Obviously, “robots playing chess in a desolate landscape“.

Well, that didn’t go so well, now, did it?

In the post introducing AI Art Generators (HERE), I mentioned there was one that I was waiting on. It’s by invitation only, and I finally got in . . .

It’s the DALL-E AI Generator, and I had great hopes for it as it seemed to generate more ‘realistic’ renderings than most. So, naturally, I tried duplicating some of the stuff I tried before.

For instance, generating a graphic for my Rainman Story (previous attempts HERE).

As usual, click on images for a larger version

I didn’t play with these, so they are presented exactly as rendered. I supposed I could ‘improve’ them if so motivated. For instance, I could do this to the above rendering.