Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Style, Stylize, and Chaos in V4

MidJourney just added some sweet new options for V4 today, and so I updated Prompter with new drop-down selections for 4A and 4B, as well as stylize and aspect ratios.

Ya’ll been playing around with all the new style & stylize options? It’s so fun to see the different options you can get from a single prompt idea. To experiment, I ran the same prompt using a seed (for the best comparison) with the minimum and maximum values of both Stylize and Chaos, on both Style 4a and 4b. As you can see, sometimes things get really weird in high amounts… If you want to really have fun, try some prompts with –stylize 1000 –chaos 100. 🤪

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: art nouveau style of a jellyfish floating in an industrial tank intricate insanely detailed volumetric lighting --v 4 --stylize 1000 --chaos 100

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