Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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You wanna know a secret? I tried to keep quiet about this for weeks, but since someone else let the “easter egg” out, I figure I can share it here as well. The secret is… CURSED!

That’s right. Just add –style cursed to any V4 prompt (or remix and add it) and you get weird pixelated, textured, gritty, glitched, dark, and twisted images… It may not be for everyone, but it’s a super fun feature to play around with. I hope it sticks around. I honestly have no idea how it works, but I love using it!

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: a dark dripping skull of an alien on display in a glass cube --style cursed --v 4

/imagine prompt: a kings throne made of metal pipes, a fancy rug below, and a stone wall in the background with black dripping paint, 4k, cinematic, wide angle, evil --style cursed --v 4

/imagine prompt: a whimsical sleep paralysis demon --style cursed --v 4

/imagine prompt: dried up angler fish human skull carcass on a sandy beach, giant teeth, bones, skin, scales, stormy skies volumetric lighting --style cursed --v 4

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