Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Tiled Charleston
2022-09-24

The –tile command is here, and now we call can make seamless patterns. I love patterns in all forms. Over 25 years ago I was making patterns in MS Paint, and today I have Photoshop with 50+ custom actions to make crazy patterns.

I live in a really beautiful little city (Charleston, SC) so I used some of the styles here, like old colonial houses and palmetto trees, as inspiration to make a bunch of high views as tile patterns. 🌴

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: charleston south carolina, old colonial style buildings, city streets, palmetto trees, rivers, and beach drone view puppets, fabric, yarn, tilt-shift lens, puppets, diorama, happy, saturated color --tile --ar 3:2 --testp

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