Helpful in experimenting with various image prompts. 3rd party tools like mid-journey is not required.
Unlimited generations with this prompt
Varieties of experimentation can be performed on the go.
No need to go back and fourth with mid-journey or any other image generation tool.
How I came up with it
As a image generation marketer I often find out or experiment stuff to make my work easier. With the love of experimentation I came up with the particular prompt with the help of pollination to generate certain parameters to out put image within GPT.
Process:This particular image takes a website pollination as a source & then inputs the image over gpt as a back-holder from the website(using it as an image base)
I tried the prompt and got this response
As an AI text-based model, I’m unable to directly create or display images. However, I can describe the image to you so that you can visualize it in your mind.
Imagine a charming illustration of a cat and a dog sitting side by side. The cat has a sleek, slender body with pointy ears, and it is facing towards the right. Its tail is curved gracefully, extending outwards and then curling around the dog’s tail. The cat’s tail forms a loop that intertwines with the dog’s tail. The dog, standing slightly taller than the cat, has floppy ears and a wagging tail. Its tail curves around the cat’s tail, intertwining with it in a gentle and affectionate manner. The cat and dog both have friendly expressions on their faces, showcasing their bond and friendship.
I hope this description helps you visualize the image of a cat and dog with intertwined tails!
Well I have tried the above prompt (copy pasted it) & re ran it. I did get a IMAGE thou. Steps to follow: Start typing the type of image you want right from the GO. There might be a delayed OUTPUT so wait a bit for it to generate the image.
Thus, reasoning tells us that it is likely that the model of ChatGPT used affects the output, and thus the listing for the prompts should be updated to explain which models/versions it works with and has been tested on. i.e. if a prompt is for ChatGPT using GPT4 and won’t work on the free GPT3.5, that’s something always worth stressing clearly in the prompt description.