Useful Artist Library for Midjourney
Hello, my MJ friends.
In this video, I’m going to share with you an awesome resource that I just found inside the prompt craft Discord channel.
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Go to Pinned Messages
So in the prompt craft Discord channel, there is a pinned message that links to a spreadsheet containing a wonderful resource that is a library of artistic interpretations.
In this spreadsheet, we have a library of artist names and each of the artist’s names has been paired with three prompts.
So you get the artist plus a generic artwork made by them.
And that’s the prompt artwork by the artist’s name.
For example, artwork by Aaron Horkey.
The next is a portrait made by this artist.
For example, a portrait of a person by Aaron Horkey.
And finally, we have an environmental design.
It may take a little while to load, but there is a wonderful resource for finding different types of styles to inspire your artwork.
For example, this environment designed by Alexander Milne Calder is catching my eye.
How to Look for More Detailed Images
And if you want to look at this in more detail, all you have to do is select the cell, come up to the box at the top here and copy the URL excluding the quotation marks.
So from HTTPS all the way along to the PNG, pop that into your browser press Enter and you’ll be able to see this image now in more detail.
You can also do that with the portraits.
Put that into a new browser window, press Enter, and have a look at these.
So I highly recommend checking out this useful artist library for Midjourney to inspire your next works.
I want to give a shout-out to the community for creating such a wonderful resource.
And if you enjoy my videos and you’d like to learn more about Midjourney, I’ve got a course on Udemy that will take you through all of the features, from the fundamentals to the most advanced features available in Midjourney.
Have a delightful day.
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