Fashion portraits in Midjourney AI are a great fun way to experiment and create unique images that have never been seen before. Linus (@LinusEkenstam) shows us how in this complete guide on how to create such interesting and intriguing images. I have been following his work for quite sometime and his very creative artworks created using Midjourney AI.
Linus breaks down the prompt in some constants that are repeated in each of the prompts that are submitted to Midjourney. The main thing is that you want to use the argument –v4 along with each prompt, which tells Midjourney to invoke the version 4 model of its AI model. You can also set it as default by using the /settings switch where you can choose the default model and therefore you can then exclude –v4 from your prompts.
Each prompt has:
- 60’s era fashion model
Excluding these from the prompt we are left with:
- Dressed in Yttrium
- Vibrant Colors
- Futuristic Spacesuit
- Full body fashion
- Silver hair
- Light gray eyes
- Four Eyes
Breaking down these attributes he shows us how we can start to see what the prompt describes for Midjourney Ai to create.
Rebuilding the prompt using the attributes we can see way Midjourney AI would interpret the entire prompt to start creating the image.
60's era fashion model, strange nonsensical material, animal, describe colors, face wearable, headgear, clothing, full body fashion, hair color, eye colors, glasses or not, hyperrealistic, 4k
Using these attributes you can create your own character where words are used to describe it and your imagination is the limit, as Linus describes.
Here are some fun and creative prompts shared by Linus to create these wonderful images. The prompt used for each prompt is in its caption, go on take these to start experimenting and start creating your own variations.
Pencil shavings and pop colors
Models in spacesuits
My Spin on this
I put a few of my own creative touches on these prompts to create the below series of images. Linus also shares that there is a larger collection containing 100s of these images created by somebody called Lunesme on Midjourney website (note you can only access it if you are Midjourney member).