AI Image creation for free?

I’ve been checking some of the latest AI Image creation tools, and spent a little time using

Midjourney which as of this date is one of the most exciting tools out there.

But today I’ve been playing Microsoft’s Co-Pilot which seems to hook into Chat-GPT4 and Dale-3.

There’s some confusion as a user as to how exactly I ask for images, but so far I’ve managed to coax a few out.

Not that everyhting has to be Muppet related but here’s the efforts for “Fozzy Bear sitting in a soccer stadium eating a hotdog”.

Not too bad, but let;s try to extend…

Now we ask for “Fozzy Bear sitting in the Ethihad soccer stadium eating a hotdog”.

Less Fozzy Bear now.. so let’s do one last attempt at our prompt.

“Fozzy Bear from The Muppets, watching a football match at the Ethihad soccer stadium eating a hotdog”

This takes some time – and the output on the screen while this runs isn’t the best yet…

.. with those 707070 just keep displaying… but if we give it a coupld of minutes we eventually get an image…

This is not bad… wonder if we can change the character??

“A photo realistic image of Kemit the frog watching a football match at the Ethihad soccer stadium eating a hotdog”

It seems that we have more data to create a more real Kermit.

I wonder if we can try a real person? Let’s try Rod Stewart.

And not exactly yet :)

And that didn’t work. Copyrighted possibly?

But we can put Darth Vader there!

And we change direction with a “Steampunk polar bear walking the Yorkshire Dales”.

All pretty impressive, but no way to save the prompts like MidJourney.

But included as part of your Microsoft account – this is pretty amazing.

I’ll play are trying to create posters next.

Dave Walker
Dave Walker is a middle aged programmer living in North Yorkshire, who loves music and used to enjoy constantly restarting fitness regimes with a bit of football, cycling, swimming & jogging. Now I just eat biscuits.

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