17 May: A.I. Skulduggery

AI art: two portraits,a man and a skull, Victorian, AI's interpretation of skulduggery

He looked in the mirror,
which confirmed it too clearly,
Tides do what tides do – they turn.*

*paraphrased: ~ Skulduggery Pleasant/ Derek Landy

AI Digital Artwork is my own, created using AI Midjourney. Imagery and poems ©Misky 2023. For Linda Hill’s One Liner Wednesday  and Fandango’s FOWC Skulduggery

10 responses to “17 May: A.I. Skulduggery”

  1. He hasn’t changed much! 😂

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  2. If you don’t mind me asking, M, are your words/poem the input for the AI ?


    1. No, my input for the prompt was: Robert Louis Stevenson and Walter Scott’s version of Victorian skulduggery as photographed by Peter Lindbergh … plus a few other aspect parameters.

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      1. Ah, thank you, M. I am amazed to see the evolution of AI.
        It was an inquiry solely for the purpose to get an idea of the interaction.
        I must admit that I have stayed away till now from imageAI in fear of viewing my artistic endeavors as futile.

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        1. It takes a bit of practise but I find it great fun, and it challenges my old brain with something new. I trend to manipulate the base input with references to my favourite artists or photographers to achieve the look I want. I subscribe to Midjourney, which is $12/month for the basic plan.

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  3. You have become quite the AI-Art maven and use it to perfectly complement your words.

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    1. Thanks so much.


  4. Like as already been said — he has not changed much! 🙂 Fandango is right: you are getting to be quite the A.I. artist. https://rolandyeomans.blogspot.com/2023/05/i-am-hemingway-his-ghost-that-is.html

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