Now we come to my favorite part of this Summer of Narnia: AI depictions of Jadis.
Tag: AI art
Every Summer of Narnia I’ve done since 2020 takes on its own shape as the weeks progress. I didn’t expect this summer to focus so heavily on The Silver Chair, yet that’s the way it turned out. In this post though, instead of saying more about the Green Witch, I’ll turn the lens onto her …
Let’s see what AI does with this poisonous green lady. For example, bringing her into the 1970s. OF COURSE she’d have an electric guitar as her instrument of choice! That said, this one looks like a still from the movie flop Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the one that starred the Bee Gees and …
Here I thought I’d present a selection of AI-generated images that to me seem to be from the books. The cave of the Bulgey Bears (Prince Caspian) Cair Paravel on a stormy night (The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe) The Northern Moors (The Silver Chair) Mt. Pire in the Archenland mountains (The Horse and …
Or “The Persistence of the Big-Ass Crown.” AI art engines have come a long way since last summer, which is when I started using them — being sick at home with COVID was the perfect excuse. They’re also a neat way to visualize a character using your own prompts. Such as, what would The White …
Besides algae, birds of paradise are the only other beings whose heads are attached to complex plant like structures. In India, a flower located on the back of their heads was considered to be a personification of the divine. While algae may not seem to be very animalistic, the more birdlike beings that appear throughout …