A little warning on this post. Usually I am a nice and helpful guy, but time to time I need to go on an angry rant, lol… GPT is an amazing AI technology, and incredibly helpful for everything from communication to coding, but it is NOT for MidJourney. When I posted about using GPT with MidJourney, it was an attempt to “train” it on syntax, parameters and such, and I envisioned a speech-to-prompt tool, but by no means am I saying we should use it for the main prompt.
There is this new trend of people using GPT to write MidJourney prompts, and it makes me laugh. I just can’t take the idea of people using a long book-like paragraph from GPT as a prompt. Did the image come out cool? Of course it did. You can bash your head into your keyboard and the images will look interesting. Anyway, I decided to use GPT as well, with some dark humor and sarcasm…
(click the prompt to copy it!)
/imagine prompt: Wibbledy wobbedy floo, a bumbleflap zapperdoodle swooped through the air, leaving trails of shroomfizzles and whizzing sneezles. A grand gooblesnort, with its wobbly chumblywump, danced atop a flibberdijibbet, spinning dinglebops and tingly spangleblams. In the midst of all the blopitty blurps, a whooshing sound swept through the confuddled jibberjabber, as the clitterclatter of zibberzabber filled the air with a wafting scent of zumblequacks and frizzlefrazzle. The skriddlydoo wobbled and wiggled, its magnobberous tendrils tickling the wigglywaggly fribbledyflop. Abruptly, a fandangled zorklewooper erupted, spraying giddybits and spronklewinks in a dazzling display of jumblejazzle. And there, in the midst of the kerfluffledy goo, a shimmering flibberdegibbet whispered, "Shplonk!" --ar 16:9 --q 5 --v 5