We all fall down

We all fall down

The limits of recognition Okay. So you give photoshop a picture of your face and ask its AI to generate the rest of you and you get a bunch of pictures of yourself in other dimensions. Sure, sometimes these dimesions are bit screwy. People there have messed up hands,...
Dots dots dots

Dots dots dots

You get a lot from a dot After having a bit of fun with a single dot, expanding it out to see what Photoshop’s AI, Firefly, would generate for me, and around the same time as the other more graphic designer-y experiments with text and grids, I started to play...
Dots and eyes

Dots and eyes

From humble beginnings It might look like I haven’t done much recently, I realise that the obvious christmas post is obviously a couple of months old now. And I’m not going to do anything much to convince that I’m not just spending my days playing on...
Parrot colours AI expand

Parrot colours AI expand

Variations on a theme. After using Adobe’s AI Firefly to generate images in series from a single starting picture a few times, each time getting wildly different results, I thought I’d have a go at making a series on a theme. I started by trying out a colour...
Pretty cool parrot

Pretty cool parrot

It’s not a carrot. After I played Dr Moreau using AI on a kangaroo and elephant, making a bunch of hideous nightmare creatures one can’t un-see, I had a go at crossing a cat and a parrot. But it didn’t work. Firely just would not smoosh those two beasts...
Twinsies

Twinsies

Sometimes one feels split in two… As I talked about earlier, I’ve been playing with Adobe’s Firefly on Photoshop, generally asking it to do things it’s probably not quite meant to do. I mean, all the videos I’ve seen have people talking about how great it that...