Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Pixel Stretching

I’m mostly a photographer but I like to alter my images to make them into something new, as I feel photography is too simplistic at times – somewhat similar to how I feel about AI as well. In some of my latest camera work I have been selecting thin groups of pixels and stretching the hell out of them. It’s such a simple method, but I like how it blends the real with the abstract, minimalism, color field… Well, I decided to do the same with MidJourney. To have some fun, I played with emoji prompts and then got to stretching!

(click the prompt to copy it!)

🛰⚡💊 pixel art style, 1990s computer graphics, RGB, 6-bit color --ar 3:2 --testp

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