I had some fun exploiting the current Da Vinci of neural networks, mostly to produce silly combinations of elements. Because that particular neural network is a damn genius, I ended up with some masterpieces.
I obviously prompted the neural network to produce an image of a ghost playing the guitar; although not much of a guitar ended up in the image, I like the composition.
I wondered how a Megatherium would look if it were the star player of a soccer team.
These two previous images were the neural network’s answer to prompts related to the question, “what if horses were also firearms?”
I don’t know what is it with me and horses.
This was the cover I wanted for one of the two books I self-published in Spanish, and I paid a human to do a worse job.
This is supposed to represent a bunch of Roman soldiers fighting against a Lovecraftian monster in an underground chamber, part of my free verse poem ‘The Menace From Our Underworld’, that I’ve yet to revise for publication.
This was an accident; the neural network can’t quite tell apart an urchin from an urchin.
I prompted the neural network to put an elf in command of a plant-based UFO. I guess that’s technically a success.
These previous two images were the neural network’s answer to the question, “why the hell am I in a forest?”
These previous two images were the neural network’s answer to the prompt, “a demoness comedian on stage telling a sad joke”.
If these previous five images remind you of Beksiński’s stuff, that’s not a coincidence. I prompted the neural network to use that guy’s style, and it turns out that it has been trained on his paintings.
This image was a variation of the previous one, and I didn’t dare ask for more variations.