Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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New Technologies GIF

As creatives, sometimes we get “stuck” and aren’t sure what to make, but it’s best to just keep making. I challenged myself to create an animated GIF in less than an hour. Much of what I do is from “play” like this, experimentation, but bigger work usually grows from it.

The foreground was made using /blend on two MidJourney images using the prompt below (with some terms and style swapping). I processed the images in Photoshop, created masks, and exported PNGs with alpha transparency. I then used Premiere to add rotation to the interior as well as an animated “searchlight” look in Premiere. I imagine this as some kind of advanced technology, but honestly, I don’t know what it does… yet.

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: A portal, metal circuit boards, wires and gears, led lights hue glow insanely detailed stone and rock circular door --style 4a --v 4

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