oil painting of a robot


I’ve been enjoying working with text-to-image AI tools like Dall-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion recently, and one thing that really helped me generate more interesting images were tools that help you come up with prompts.


Lexica is a stable diffusion search engine, so you can search for things, and then look at the related prompt, and that’s a great way to come up with new ideas and prompts.


OpenArt is another search engine for AI art that covers Stable Diffusion, Dall-E 2, and Midjourney. A fantastic way to explore different styles, and they have an interesting section called PRESETS as well that you can use as a starting point.

Chibi Studio

Chibi Studio is prompt crafting studio that shows different styles, which I find very helpful. Sometimes some styles work better with certain kinds of prompts, so it still takes some experimentation, but it’s a great way to get a visual sense for what different styles are, and to fine-tune the vibe of your images.

Google Arts & Culture

This isn’t related to AI at all, but it’s a great resource if you’re looking for artistic styles or specific artists. You can browse all kinds of art movements or artists, and then try them out in your AI image generation tool of choice.






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