Style 8 — 2D Illustration Christmas

The votes are in, and of the 32 styles explored using a Christmas prompt, the above image was the winner . . . sor-of.

Only 8 people voted, and since there was a tie, I cast the tie-braking vote. While I liked the Paper Quilling creation, I felt the above better symbolized the theme of Christmas as it’s understood in modern society.

I again present links to the styles below, as well as the poll results showing a tie.

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 230 through 32

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 27 through 29

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 24 through 26

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 21 through 23

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 18 through 20

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 17

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

I’m sure everyone is curious about Steampunk Toilets, but this post is all about writing, and I begin with a reminder to vote on our newly-minted Round 11 of the Random Title Writing Challenge. For them not familiar with the challenge, THIS POST has a brief explanation, links to the stories currently being voted on, and a poll for you to vote on, should you be so inclined.

Right! On with writing stuff . . . and be aware that while I sprinkle a few toilet in the post, there’s mostly writing.

MidJourney Styles 15 through 16

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 13 through 14

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

MidJourney Styles 10 through 12

The title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version (V. 4) of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

Before I go on, I must disambiguate the title. Yes, I know I did it on the first post of the series, but this is for new readers.

To wit, the title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

So, here’s the way this is going to work:

MidJourney Styles 4 through 6

Before I go on, I must disambiguate the title. Yes, I know I did it on the first post of the series, but this is for new readers.

To wit, the title refers to the secular and commercial meaning of the Twelve Days of Christmas, which begins on the 14th of December and ends on Christmas day, and not the religious meaning, which begins on Christmas day and counts the time between the supposed birth of the out-of-wedlock/illegitimate child, and when the Magi brought him some gifts.

Even then, the title is just a play on words since I’m not describing gifts but the rendering styles for the MidJourney AI Art Generator. For the current version of the rendering engine, there are 32 styles that one can call out (the list is at the bottom of the post).

So, here’s the way this is going to work: