Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Clock House
2022-09-13
Art | Test | V3

One thing that MidJourney does on their Facebook Group that is really great is the contests. It gives people the opportunity to challenge themselves with different themes, and possibly even win GPU hours! I’ve been in a bit of an artistic funk, so I am having a blast with some of these contests. It’s fun and I love seeing other people’s ideas… I wanted a cabin in the fall (typical of me) but designed like an old grandfather clock. Seemed like a tough mash-up but I got something great in the end. After tons of V3 and TEST variations, this one really hit me… time to pack my bags, I’m moving in.

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: in the foreground is a colorful autumn forest scene, a small gothic house grandfather clock, insanely detailed --ar 3:2 --test --creative

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