Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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The Moth
2023-05-06

I am working on a big video project using MidJourney imagery, a flicker film about nature and altered states. It is likely going to take a while (dozens of scenes ready to edit) but I wanted to share one work-in-progress because I thought it was a pretty cool example of what you can get out of a single prompt.

AI is simply a tool, and one you can combine with many other tools. This scene was made by masking out the moth in multiple images, sectioning it into wings, body, and background in Photoshop, then brought into After Effects to animate the flicker effect as well as the moth flying. It is not complete yet, but I plan to have multiple scenes to create a narrative (background music is just a temporary place-holder for what is to come, just a quick edit of me on piano and Terrence McKenna speaking).

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: photograph of a multicolored luna moth flying in a lush forest at night neon lights psychedelic volumetric lighting neon specks of light --ar 16:9 --v 5b

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