Generate Long Midjourney Prompts with ChatGPT
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How To Generate Long Midjourney Prompts with ChatGPT To Get High Quality AI Artwork

Learn how to generate Long Midjourney Prompts with ChatGPT for stunning AI artwork. Our step-by-step guide will show you how to create highly descriptive prompts that lead to better results. Discover tips for optimizing your prompts and generating amazing AI images for posters or print on demand.

If you’ve ever seen a stunning piece of AI artwork and wondered how the creator came up with such a long and detailed prompt, you’re in luck.

In this post, we’ll be sharing a simple and easy trick to generate longer and more descriptive prompts that will lead to better results.

To generate a highly detailed prompt, you’ll need to input a prompt. Luckily, we’ve got you covered:

Prompt: Can you create 3 separate highly detailed Prompts for the AI image generator Midjourney, each detail must be separated by a comma, which describes a scene in intricate detail adding artistic style, the light setting, artistic descriptive terms, and the mood of the image.
Input Prompt:

The prompt reads: “Can you create 3 separate highly detailed Prompts for the AI image generator Midjourney (and if you’re not using Midjourney, they should still work) each detail must be separated by a comma, which describes a scene in intricate detail adding artistic style, the light setting, artistic descriptive terms, and the mood of the image.”

Where it says input prompt, tell it what the prompt should be about – you could use one keyword and let ChatGPT come up with as much as possible on its own, or you can be more descriptive.

Once you’ve entered your prompt, hit the arrow to generate the prompts. Copy and paste these prompts into your AI generator. In this example, we’re using Midjourney, but the prompts should work with other generators as well.

To generate an image in Midjourney, hit forward slash and enter to get the Imagine prompt. Then, paste all the text into the prompt and hit enter.

Here’s a quick tip for the second prompt – since these designs often work better for posters (which are usually vertical), at the end of the prompt, you can add “–AR” (which stands for aspect ratio) and “2×3” (which works well for vertical posters). This will change the format and make it better suited for posters.

Once you’ve generated your images, take a look at the prompts that worked well and see which descriptive words were used to get the cool lighting results. Create some variations of the best images and see if the anatomy can be fixed.

Here are some examples of the results we got with this method:

  • A cat eating ramen
  • A futuristic city with cars in it
  • Another space-themed city with fading lights at the bottom
  • A cat in a forest with cool lighting

Once you’ve generated your AI artwork, you’ll probably want to increase its size to make it less blurry. Check out our video on how to upscale your AI artwork for more information.

In conclusion, generating long and descriptive prompts with ChatGPT can lead to some amazing AI artwork. Just remember to be as descriptive as possible and have fun with it!

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