On AI Art
- 2021 Dec. 5, How Do We Value Art? What AI art means for tarot and oracle deck publishing
- Playing around with wombo.art
- Is AI art indistinguishable from human-made digital art?
- What principles determine great art?
- Socratic & Platonic philosophy on art
- Taoist & Confucian philosophy on art
- Art composition: design theory
- Disegno (Italian Renaissance)
- Confucianist aesthetics
- AI’s creative process vs. human artist’s creative process
- Is AI doing a better job than humans?
- 2021 Dec. 6, I Ching Oracle Cards with AI Generated Art (Free Download)
- Having fun with AI generated art apps
- AI art doesn’t “lack soul”
- Who is the creator when it’s AI art?
- Free download of I Ching oracle cards (AI generated art)
- Zip files of all downloadable image files for hexagrams
- 2022 Sep. 14, AI Generated Art + Tarot and Oracle Decks with AI
- Personal dabblings with AI art
- Does AI art lack soul?
- Rising popularity of AI generated art decks
- AI art won’t replace fine art (but may impact illustration)
- What artists are saying
- IP implications of AI art
- Valuing AI generated art
- More of my thoughts
If you haven’t played around with the wombo.art app yet, then check out this link and have fun. You type in some keywords– any instruction you’d like to give the AI, be that themes, subjects, nouns, adjectives, colors– then choose an art style, like ukiyo-e, pastel, high fantasy, dark fantasy, medieval, etc., and the AI will generate a work of art based on your commission.
And the results are rather stunning. Human artists, in particular those who work primarily with digital art techniques, are now wondering what this means for the future of their vocation. No, not necessarily because of this app specifically, but just in general, this inevitable supplanting of human artists with AI.
More notably, I think, this is going to have an irreversible impact on tarot and oracle deck artists.
Take, for instance, these I Ching oracle card illustrations generated by the AI in a ukiyo-e art style. I typed in keywords for each corresponding hexagram, plus keywords for the two trigrams, selected Ukiyoe for art style, and hit the Create button. Then I did the design layout, added the hexagram image, number, and key phrase. Voila.
Oh, and if you’d like to download the digital image files for all 64 of these AI generated cards, go here.
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