More Stable Diffusion Artificial Intelligence reprehensible behaviour I’m afraid. This time I am mixing the style of British artist John Constable (1776-1837) with motorbike (motorcycle!) text inputs. Totally outrageous! The output from Stable Diffusion is interestingly different but it’ll almost certainly be an affront to art lovers everywhere. Of course, no motorbikes existed in the 1700/1800s. Constable together with Klimt and Bruegel (see my earlier posts here and here) will be spinning in his grave. Sorry John!
Now, Pieter Bruegel died in 1569 and, as far as I am aware, motorcycles had not been invented by then. So, I asked the Artificial Intelligence engine, Stable Diffusion, to imagine what Pieter Bruegel might have painted had he known that motorcycles would be invented in 1885. And so, here below is the Artificial Intelligence generated Bruegel painting (not really) including what Bruegel (spinning in his grave) might have imagined. Here they are:
My apologies to art lovers everywhere. I thought it would be fun to ask the Artificial Intelligence image creating engine, Stable Diffusion, to create images in the style of the artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder but also based on my text inputs: i.e: ‘Angry Lady’ or. ‘Large Man’ and see what the AI engine spat out. The results (below) will, I’m sure, have Mr Bruegel spinning in his grave (but oh, what good fun).
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Probably better known as lobster pots outside Scotland
This must be the strangest chicken I’ve ever seen!
It’s Villain Day today!
Inspired by John’s image here with a bit of Photoshop skullduggery added in…
(or ‘Fall’ if you are in the USA)
A very strange plant given the Photoshop Neural Filter treatment…very strange.
You don’t get more Scottish than this!
Our guests from the Ukraine visit Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland on a glorious day.
Watch out for the odd ghost!!!
With a digital twist…
An old favourite re-done
They don’t get much longer than this!
Another image cruelly neutralised by the Photoshop Neural Filter
I’ve reprocessed (is that a word?) this image – an old favourite
Another example of truly horrible art that must surely be worse than any of the other rubbish I’ve knocked out over the years. This abhorrent image, if you cared to look at it, would have the same effect as having red hot needles plunged into your eyes. You have been warned. Look away now. NFT anyone?
Another image bites the dust after being ravaged by the Photoshop Neural Filter. It is cruelty on an epic scale. This image has been well and truly brutalised. Further abuse has been applied to this image using a symmetry filter. My cruelty towards images knows no bounds. Lovers of fine art everywhere, feel free to weep. NFT anyone?
More Photoshop Neural Filter cruelty going on here. A perfectly reasonable image ruthlessly sacrificed in the name of art (art, after all, is what you can get away with isn’t it?). NFT anyone?
It’s what happens when you let me run amok with Photoshop’s Neural filter – a dangerous tool in the wrong hands! You’ll find the original unsullied image below…
More Photoshop Neural Filter sculduggery..(digital doodling).