Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Kintsugi Mountains
2022-10-07

I just made another update to my Prompter tool and decided to play around for a bit to test it out… So what if we mixed things that don’t logically mix in reality? I was thinking about an Alan Watts lecture where he told an old proverbial story about a tea set that no one took notice of until it was broken and fixed. Kintsugi is a Japanese art form that takes broken pieces of pottery and fixes them with lacquer with metal dust, typically gold. It’s really beautiful, using the randomness of cracks as a design. Anyway, what if mountains were mended with kintsugi?

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/imagine prompt: a broken volcanic landscape mountain range river, fixed with kintsugi, clay, gold, insanly detailed, octaine render, photography, volumetric lighting, spotlight, colorful --ar 16:9

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