It’s been only a few months since I’ve started having AI fun, and the technology has already advanced in leaps and bounds. I’ve already ditched DALL-E 2 completely and moved on to using Midjourney. DALL-E was fun for a while, but its development stalled, and Midjourney sailed right passed it, and took the whole image generation scene into new realms.
Of course, I generate a lot of horse images via Midjourney. Here are a few of them.
This one is kinda bleak, but still very cool – I asked for an image of the last horse on earth.
This one is cheerier:
You can also get very dramatic pics, like these:
Adding “knolling” to prompts will get you funky images like these:
I also have a sweet ginger cat, so this is what happened when I tried to add him to the party:
And this is one of the first prompts I tried – a chestnut horse with birdcatcher spots in a flower fields. Obviously, Midjourney doesn’t know what are birdcatcher spots, but it’s an interesting image nonetheless.