Prompt: A white-haired wizened artist looks like a Beeple painting, sitting in a chair painting an a large self-portrait in the style of Joan Miro, old art studio full of dusty, decrepit furniture, peeling paint on the walls.
Prompt: A white-haired wizened artist (in the style of Beeple) paints an an extremely large portrait of himself in the style of Jacek Yerka. His art studio is old, full of dusty, decrepit furniture ... paint is peeling from the walls.
Prompt: A white-haired wizened artist (in the style of Drew Brophy) paints an an extremely large portrait of himself in the style of Beeple. His art studio is old, full of dusty, decrepit furniture ... paint is peeling from the walls.
Prompt: surrounded by old dusty furniture and peeling green paint on the walls, several t2d acddicts sit discussing how text-to-dream has ruined their lives as artists. They are the weirdest-looking bunch of artists ever, as if their faces were drawn by some sicko computer program.
Surf-noir #2: the dark side of the surfing culture
Text 2 Dream
Prompt: Shadowy Tibetan demons and dangerous femme fatales on surfboards chase down the hardcore surfers at Mavericks Beach. The wild parties, gnarly waves, sun-kissed blondes and chill dudes are replaced by dark shadows, femme fatales, and hard-boiled loners. Jay Adlers, Jimbo Phillips, and Drew Brophy.
Prompt: If anyone could creep up and offer you a glimpse into the void, it would most certainly be The Vanduras. They combine the essence of surf-noir and spaghetti-western with a twist of exotic schmaltz. Brace yourself, this is a darker beach party where the Mai-Tai’s are spiked with Vicodin and no one is really sure who’s good, bad or ugly. One thing is for sure, while they examine the smoother side of yesteryear, The Vanduras go for the jugular of today.
Prompt: A consumer society is most easily manipulated. Indeed, the consumerism IS the manipulation ... the manipulation IS the consumerism. - Paul Atreides/Aarakis & Marshall McLuhan. A psychologically risque' assertation.
Prompt: A consumer society is the one most easily manipulated. Especially if it looks like Atlantis. Indeed, the consumerism IS the manipulation ... the manipulation IS the consumerism. - Paul Atreides