Create Stunning Images with Midjourney and ChatGPT!

ChatGPT Midjourney Prompt Generators

Midjourney is a powerful AI art tool that allows users to create stunning images with just a few words. One of the best tools out there, it requires you to provide it with a description of the image you wish to generate – prompts. When using things like ChatGPT as a Midjourney prompt generator, different prompts can lead to varying degrees of success, ranging from great images to mind-blowing ones.

Capturing the perfect prompt can be tough. Fortunately, ChatGPT can help you generate those actionable prompts that get the most out of Midjourney, inspiring new worlds, people, and visuals.

Using ChatGPT for Midjourney Prompt Generation

Generating Midjourney prompts with ChatGPT can be done in two ways – either manually configuring ChatGPT for images or using resources on the internet such as the “Midjourney Prompt Generator on GitHub”. Let’s cover both.

Preparing ChatGPT for Images

Due to Midjourney’s release in 2022 and ChatGPT’s knowledge being limited to events until 2021, the latter requires training to produce prompts for the app. That training requires providing ChatGPT with information about how Midjourney works and what its prompts look like.

Examples of Midjourney Prompts

  • A young girl with blonde hair and blue eyes, dressed in a white dress with a lily in her hand, walking in a meadow full of daisies.
  • A knight on a white horse, wearing silver armor and a red cape, riding through a forest.

Tips for Generating ChatGPT Midjourney Prompts

  • Making concise yet detailed descriptions (long-tail) and being specific will lead to better results. For example, instead of “a cat”, “a black cat with green eyes” would generate a closer result to what’s desired.
  • Using lots of adjectives to provide details for Midjourney to understand. For example, instead of “a landscape,” say “a beautiful landscape with a waterfall in the foreground.”
  • Incorporating the name of an artist into your prompt will use that artist’s style as an influence for your generated image. For example, instead of saying “a portrait,” say “a Salvador Dali-style portrait.”

Using A ChatGPT Midjourney Prompt Generator

Once you’ve trained ChatGPT on Midjourney, you can ask it to generate prompts for you. All you need to do is provide it with the concept and watch it work. You can also ask it to indulge in role prompting. If you don’t know what role prompting is, it involves asking ChatGPT to play a certain role. For example, ChatGPT can come up with the following response when provided with the concept:

“A fiery dragon with wings of gold soaring across the night sky, illuminated by a full moon.”

If you have specific instructions, including them in your initial request will help ChatGPT produce better results. Examples of parameters can be a car model or weather conditions. ChatGPT has been doing a great job generating Midjourney prompts, exhibiting impressive results even without role prompting.

Using ChatGPT and Midjourney for images together

You can use these prompts as they are, or modify them before feeding them to Midjourney. Remember to use the correct syntax of /imagine prompt before sending your request to the Midjourney bot in the Discord server.

To start MPGM, type the [Start MPGM] command in the chatbox and send it. Then, type [prompt] followed by what you want ChatGPT to provide a prompt for. For example, we entered [prompt] photo of a castle by a beach town. Click ‘Send’. ChatGPT will then return three scenarios for you to choose from. Select the scenario you like the most by using the [pX] command where you need to replace X with the number of the prompt you like. For example, to choose the third prompt, send the command [p3]. ChatGPT will then produce a prompt for the chosen scenario that you can enter in Midjourney. If you didn’t like any of the scenarios, use the [next] command to generate a set of 3 new scenarios. If you wish to make changes to the generated prompt, use the [change] command, followed by a description of the changes. To get out of the limited framework, send the [End MPGM] command.

Bonus Mention – Midjourney Prompt Library As mentioned before, there is a huge community of Midjourney users who share resources online. One such resource is a vast repository of Midjourney prompts created using ChatGPT that you can use yourself. This prompt library has thousands of prompts that you can fill with your own values and then copy to run in Midjourney. If you don’t even want to enter your own values, the prompts also have a list of example values you can enter. There are prompts for a gamut of categories, such as:

  • Animals
  • Food
  • Games
  • Fantasy
  • Clothes & Fashion
  • Drawing

All you need to do is click the ‘Run’ button under the prompt. Then, enter the values and click the ‘Copy Prompt’ option. You can then paste the copied prompt in Midjourney. Not only that, but the author has also provided access to images created using these prompts that you can download. Still, if you use the same prompt in Midjourney, you can get different results since that’s the thing about this app. Where AI bots like ChatGPT and Bard give similar (sometimes exact) results for the same prompts, Midjourney always generates something new!

That’s all there is. You can now create stunning images using Midjourney by entering the prompts you create using ChatGPT instead of melting your mind coming up for them.

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