Computer generated art – part two, this time with midjourney


I recently posted a few images, computer generated images, based on a sentence as input. Using Dall-E mini, an online interface to such clever algorithms, words became alive.

Now, there are other such algorithms out there and one competitor in particular is midjourney. I had a go with a few of the same sentences, and the results were fantastic. I can understand this is a popular service globally now (and for some called a TikTok-trend). Here we go:

an old computer powered on in a dark green room with wires from ceiling in front of a window, a forest outside window

an old computer powered on in a dark green room with wires from ceiling in front of a window, a forest outside window
an old computer powered on in a dark green room with wires from ceiling in front of a window, a forest outside window

an abandoned yellow bicyle on a bridge, in front of a sunset

an abandoned yellow bicyle on a bridge, in front of a sunset

a forgotten red teddy bear lying of the street a rainy day in a 1800s victorian city

a forgotten red teddy bear lying of the street a rainy day in a 1800s victorian city
a forgotten red teddy bear lying of the street a rainy day in a 1800s victorian city

monkeys typing on an old computer in a room, a sunny autumn day outside

monkeys typing on an old computer in a room, a sunny autumn day outside

a robot helping an old woman cross a road a sunny day

a robot helping an old woman cross a road a sunny day

A bonus one: Frodo Baggins in Mandalorian style

Frodo Baggins in Mandalorian style