Art, science fiction

Rocketship

I’ve got a headache, so I’m sharing a few rockets with you. What’s your favorite? All images rendered using MidJourney. Prompt was rocketship landing on busy spaceport, alien planet, ringed planet visible in sky, twin moons –chaos 100 –ar 2:3 –v 4

Art, Musing

Planning ahead

I have a little art project in mind for the first 100 days of 2023. I’d run across the idea through an artist friend, so it’s hardly original. But it looks like a lot of fun, and after nearly all of 2022 was focused on black and white line art, and digital, to boot, I’m… Read More Planning ahead

Art, Naturalist

All the Pockets

There was a conversation, and a side discussion cropped up, as they do, about my perennial joke that I am a hobbit. I’m short, and I have big feet for my stature.  I’m not kidding about the feet, the First Reader and I can share boots, as we wear the same size in shoes.  But… Read More All the Pockets

Art

Art Peregrinations

A bit under the weather today, but MidJourney rolled out V4, so I’ve been playing with it. This is a whole other level of AI art and as much as I have been doing? This is only getting better. So much fun. Honestly I could play with it like a game for hours. The story… Read More Art Peregrinations

Art

Drawing Prompts

Every year in October, I take part in the global phenomenon where artists draw every day. Unlike the majority, for copyright issues, I no longer call this by the name the movement started out with, and out of an excess of caution, I also don’t use the prompts lest there be an IP issue with… Read More Drawing Prompts

Art, Philosophy

Evoke

From the Latin ex-: out of, and vocare: to call out evocare, to call out of, to call from… I’ve been watching the conversation about art these last several weeks with interest. This is hardly the first time the art world has been set on it’s ears. I suspect that the Egyptian art community’s response… Read More Evoke