More AI, this time, step by step instructions

On how to train and develop prompts for impressive outputs of illustrated portraits of a person. Sidenote: Matt Haughey has been doubling down on posting short and longform content on his blog. So. Good.

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AI illustration of Matt Haughey

From real to animated AR

Yup, more with the AI stuff. This particular thread by Sergei Galkin details the steps to transfer a physical toy to the digital world in very short order.

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Creating an animated digital character from a physical toy

Invasive Diffusion

Andy Baio goes deep on the state of images generated from AI along with the ethical (and legal) debates. An excellent long read.

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Portraits of Andy Baio generated in popular illustration styles

Relight

Change lighting of photos with AI. It's free, so there's all that comes with that. But it's also pretty dang good.

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A man holds his cat and three colored dots indicate changing the lighting

Prompts plus powerful AI

Two examples show another approach of how tools like Dall•E can generate imagery

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An image of a man's face closely cropped on one side, and what appears to be a zoomed out photo of the same man dressed as a sushi chef (but it's not real, it's made from AI)

Asking AI to generate some logos

Janelle Shane's AI Weirdness blog is great. This particular post makes me wondering about job security.

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An In and Out burger sign as interpreted by AI... (All of the signs are whacky and misspelled.)