Prompt Design Resources for MidJourney AI

by Shane McGeehan

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How to TUNE your own STYLE

Hayyyy… A new MidJourney feature was just released that allows you to fine tune your own styles. Sure, it might seem complicated at first, but watch this little 5 minute tutorial of how I use TUNE and you’ll be a master in no time.

You can use TUNE for a single prompt idea, select more or less pairs to fine tune, or even combine the feature with –stylize to make the style stand out more. In this video I do what I enjoy, using “looks” but you can also be generic and enter “a city street” then select only 1 or 2 of the styles you like best, and run some prompts. Want to try more? Just unselect those and pick another 1 or two, and run more prompts with your new style code! – I’ll walk through the steps and even include prompts and images so we can inspect things as we go!

PS: Adding –stylize 1000 and changing the prompt to something completely different is REALLY fun to play with!

(click the prompt to copy it!)

/imagine prompt: a cat --style cXnsD1zCaIieSBrE

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