Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Fonts In MidJourney

Months ago I came up with a method to spell words in MidJourney using image prompt, but it takes a lot of time because you need to design a letter in Photoshop, save it, upload it, and prompt it – for every single letter! I had an idea to automatically batch an alphabet of prompts, and after some testing – it works!

The next version of Prompter will include a new FONTS batching feature. All you have to do is type a style (or pick some from prompter’s many menus), pick a bright or dark background and BAM, prompts for every single letter are ready to copy and paste – each with individual URLs and text automatically added.

I don’t know a release date yet, still have a lot of coding to do, but it’ll be free and a lot of fun! Here are letters in the style of neon lights, sketches, colorful fur, and the man himself – Mr Bob Dylan. 

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: IMAGEURL the letter F photograph of Bob Dylan holding a sign with a letter on it --v 5

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