In this post, I’ll be presenting a new experimental process of mine for creating detailed, vivid dreams. I’ve developed these steps over time to help me maximize the visual impact of my dreams and all but ensure an extremely high level of visual synergy between source and style. I’m hoping that a closer look into my process will give you a few new ideas to integrate into your own approach. I hope you’ll agree that this […]
AI expert Cristóbal Valenzuela builds machine learning and AI tools for artists and designers. He programmed a simple text-to-image generator that you can call up under the link above. Open the website and type a text into a window on the left. Next, as you type, the corresponding image takes shape in the window on the right. In the background, the recognition algorithms create images – nightmare images – out of your words. Unfortunately, the […]
Bulk download your dreams. For Windows *only*. Mac and Linux users – try the advanced version of this tutorial here: http://ddg.wiki/advanced-bulk-download/
At the end of this tutorial you should have a basic car, navigating and avoiding walls. It will start by driving randomly into walls, but learn over time.
There are a variety of reasons why a style image doesn’t work with a source image. One of the most common is that the two images are composed of very different color palettes and/or luminescence values. We will show how that can be corrected using a ‘Histogram’.
Here’s the general methodology I’ve worked out that works pretty well for my “theme” collages, and an introduction to basic Photoshop concepts like layers and masking.
By Daniel W. Prust One reason a style image you like may not be working for your source image is that it the style image does not posses the same range of colors and/or light vs dark areas as the source image does. As simple solution is to perform an inverted reflection on the style image using an app such as Photo Reflection. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-reflection/id484604482?mt=8. Adjust the length of the inverted portion depending on how much […]
Style Image Overlay: A fun way to get a new effect from your favorite style images is to use a free app like Photoshop Mix to layer two or more different style images over each other using the various “Blend” modes.
How to easily ensure your photos and videos are backed up and remove them from your phone’s storage when you need to free up space.
Paint.NET – Free Software for Digital Photo Editing It’s a good, lightweight alternative to Photoshop and it’s free.
This tutorial is for if you want to modify the bulk downloader code for your own needs, or if you can’t use the .exe (e.g. you are using a Mac or Linux).
GIMP is a free, open source and cross-platform image editor.