Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Flicker Film Cube
You can do some really cool stuff with MidJourney images and video editing, especially if you like a good flicker film. This piece makes me think of the old Mothlight film by Stan Brakhage, where the animation isn’t about a narrative, but perception itself.

I’ve been working on a larger video project with graphical imagery of dripping cubes, but along the way, I keep making these smaller pieces while I try out new things and experiment. This image was created by running variations on a single prompt over and over and over. I then downloaded the 100+ images and edited them together in Adobe Premiere (also creating a theta wave soundtrack in Adobe Audition)… This is The Cube. ⬛

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: a holograph of a cube dripping with black liquid --v 4

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