Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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Corgi Van Gogh
We were out shopping and my girl saw some wall art of a corgi with a Van Gogh look. She wanted it, but I said “Wait, let’s just use MidJourney and Photoshop to make one that looks like Willow instead!” (our little fluffy tri-color corgi pup).

I rolled a few simple prompts (sometimes they are all you need) in different versions and styles and got one that was really close, and the Van Gogh brush strokes were really cool. I then upscaled the image in Visions Of Chaos, then used layers and generative fill in Adobe Photoshop to make it look more like her, with a little goofy eye and black stripe down her snout. I sent it off to print as a stretched canvas, and we are both (well, all three of us) incredibly happy with the new decor!

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: a black tricolor corgi in the style of Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh --v 5.1 --style raw --ar 1:1

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