Prompt: Architecture of Tibet. Traditional Kham architecture is seen in most dwellings in Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Although the region has been previously heavily logged, wood is still harvested locally from remaining stands of forest and used for housing. Throughout the region, horizontal timber beams support the roof and are in turn supported by wooden columns. In some areas such as Dêgê County, Baiyü County, and Dawu County, Sichuan, wood is also used to make log-cabin style exterior walls. Home interiors are sometimes paneled with wood and cabinetry is ornately decorated. Ganzi is known for its beautiful wooden houses built in a range of styles and lavishly decorated with wooden ornamentation. Although various materials are used in the well-built houses, it is the skillful carpentry that is most striking. Farm houses in Kham are often very spacious although the first (ground) floor is usually used to house farm implements and animals, not for human habitation. Floors, ceilings, and room dividers are made of wood. Carpentry skills are passed down from master to apprentice.
Prompt: Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church, located in the city dually known as Etchmiadzin (Ejmiatsin) or Vagharshapat, Armenia. It is usually considered the first cathedral built in ancient Armenia, and is often considered the oldest cathedral in the world. The original church was built in the early fourth century—between 301 and 303 according to tradition—by Armenia's patron saint Gregory the Illuminator, following the adoption of Christianity as a state religion by King Tiridates III. It was built over a pagan temple, symbolizing the conversion from paganism to Christianity. The core of the current building was built in 483/4 by Vahan Mamikonian after the cathedral was severely damaged in a Persian invasion. From its foundation until the second half of the fifth century, Etchmiadzin was the seat of the Catholicos, the supreme head of the Armenian Church.
Prompt: When the Roman Empire became Christian (after having extended eastwards) with its new capital at Constantinople, its architecture became more sensuous and ambitious. This new style with exotic domes and richer mosaics would come to be known as "Byzantine" before it traveled west to Ravenna and Venice and as far north as Moscow. Most of the churches and basilicas have high-riding domes, which created vast open spaces at the centers of churches, thereby heightening the light. The round arch is a fundamental of Byzantine style. Magnificent golden mosaics with their graphic simplicity brought light and warmth into the heart of churches. Byzantine capitals break away from the Classical conventions of ancient Greece and Rome with sinuous lines and naturalistic forms, which are precursors to the Gothic style.
Prompt: Steampunk control panel in the style of Captain Nemo. During world - war - one, high - contrast, intricate, elegant, highly detailed, centered, digital painting, artstation, concept art, smooth, sharp focus, illustration, artgerm. Strict forms, sharp focus, straight lines. Bronze, brass and ebonite. Toggle switches and dials. Radio tubes. Wooden panels on the sides. Very strict adherence to instructions
Prompt: create a striking and surreal image that captures the dark and otherworldly beauty of a vampire world. The scene features a vampire, tall and elegant, wearing a flowing kimono in a deep shade of crimson. The vampire's eyes are bloodshot and fierce, and their fangs are razor-sharp, gleaming in the dark.
Surrounding the vampire are several vampire dragons, their dark, ruby scales shimmering in the eerie red glow of a full moon. The dragons are arranged in a semi-circle around the vampire, their wings spread wide as if ready to take flight. The dragons' eyes are a deep, haunting red, matching the darker bloody-red landscape they inhabit.
The background of the image is a full red moon night, filled with stars and bats. The moon casts a soft, crimson glow over the entire scene, illuminating the vampire, the dragons, and the landscape. The stars twinkle like diamonds in the sky, and the bats flutter through the air, their wings creating a gentle rustling sound.
Prompt: A vision for habitats published by NASA from CASE FOR MARS from the 1980s, featuring the re-use of landing vehicles, in-situ soil use for enhanced radiation shielding, and green houses. A bay for a Mars rover is also visible.
Prompt: Unpressurized Mars rovers would lack a pressurized environment for the crew, being functionally similar to the Lunar Roving Vehicle. There are several advantages to having an unpressurized rover as opposed to a pressurized variant, such as a reduced weight. Since range of a potential rover that carries crew from base is important, a light weight is an advantage and therefore is a good choice for long range missions. An unpressurized rovers can also be used to move heavy load, travel short distance from base to the location of a bigger pressurized rover.