Create high quality images based on different art styles by leveraging the power of generative AI using DALL-E 2.
Create high-quality images based on different art styles using the power of generative AI. This plugin, named Michelangelo, leverages DALL-E 2 to generate images based on user prompts. Simply provide a detailed and precise prompt to get the best results. You can even add a negative prompt to specify what you don't want in the image. Michelangelo offers various art styles to choose from, and it can determine the best fit based on the prompt. You can also enforce a specific art style or request a list of available styles. Additionally, you have the option to specify the image's width and height, with a default resolution of 1024x1024 pixels.
Learn how to use Michelangelo effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Generate an image of a beautiful sunset over the ocean with vibrant colors."
Prompt 2: "Can you create an image of a cozy cabin in the snowy mountains with a fireplace inside?"
Prompt 3: "I'd like to see a realistic image of a cat playing with a ball of yarn."
Prompt 4: "Create an anime-style illustration of a magical girl casting a spell."
Prompt 5: "Could you generate an image of a futuristic cityscape at night with neon lights?"
Features and commands
|This command generates an image based on the user's prompt. The prompt should be highly descriptive and precise. The model will provide a link to the generated image.|
|This command provides a list of available art styles to choose from when generating an image. The user can enforce a specific art style if desired. The default art style is "general" if not specified.|
|The user can explicitly pass a width and height for the generated image. The default resolution is 1024x1024 pixels. The minimum value for width and height is 320 pixels, and the maximum is 1024 pixels. It is recommended to not explicitly provide width and height unless a specific resolution is required.|
|If there are any specific aspects the user does not want in the image, they can provide a negative prompt using affirmative wording. The model will pay attention to the negative prompt and try to avoid the mentioned aspects while generating the image. The negative prompt should not be provided otherwise.|