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Good prompts are the backbone of good outputs. This is true for ChatGPT and even more so for AI image generation tools. But while ChatGPT provides solid responses even with super basic prompts, AI art generators tend to require more attention to detail—and more attempts—before you get what you're looking for.

AI art prompting is much more of an art than a science, but I've put together a starting point for you. I'll start with the structure of a good AI art prompt, and then I'll give you some starting words and expressions you can use to make images go from "ok…?" to "wow."

  • The structure of an AI art prompt

  • Part 1: Image content

  • Part 2: Art form, style, and artist references

  • Part 3: Additional details

  • Advanced AI prompt tools and strategies

  • Where to find AI art prompt ideas

  • Automate your image generation

Follow along: Want to turn your reading session into a crash course? Take a look at our list of AI art generators and pick your favorite. Each AI model works with prompts differently (and each attempt will be different, too), so you'll see variations in your results.

The structure of an AI art prompt

I've seen a lot of unique AI image prompts over the past few months, but all of them share a set of common characteristics. Here's the general structure, in order of writing:

[image content/subject, description of action, state, and mood],

[art form, style, and artist references],

[additional settings, such as lighting, colors, and framing]

As you add more elements to your prompt, be sure to separate them with commas. This will help the AI model interpret your prompt, and it will make it easier for you to remember what you've asked for.

How long should an AI art prompt be?

There aren't hard limits on how long or short a prompt should be: Midjourney works well with 60-word prompts, while Stable Diffusion does best if you stay below 380 characters. And AI image generators can get confused if you give them too much to work with. But play around with it—you never know what you'll find.

What style of language should you use in an AI art prompt?

Vivid details and concrete language produce more predictable results. Poetic or abstract wording can produce surprising results. Mix and match depending on your objectives.

As you become more experienced, you can play with the structure, length, and style of your image prompts, but first, let's drill down into each of the main components.

Start with the image content

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Start by stating the subject or content of the image. This part is self-explanatory, and entering it into an AI image generation app will produce predictable results. Do you want a picture of a city at sunset? A green forest at dawn?

In addition to the content, you can also describe:

  • Actions that the subject is doing (e.g., looking up, playing, or running)

  • How they're doing these actions (e.g., joyfully, fearfully, or boldly)

  • The mood of the image (e.g., ominous morning rain, dangerous sunset mountains, nostalgic coffee table)

The more details you provide, the better your chances of getting a more interesting result. But it depends a lot on the model you're using, since each one interprets the input in a different way due to its training and configuration.

Include the art form, style, and artist references

Next up is guiding the AI model toward the overarching aesthetic. Is it a watercolor painting? A sculpture? A lo-fi image? When you add an art form to the subject of the image, you can already see a major shift in the end result. Here are a few common art forms to explore.


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Photography will be a recurrent prompt you'll use, especially if you're going for realistic pictures. There's a lot you can control here: you can state the framing, lighting conditions, and even the type of camera you're "using," down to the camera/lens brands and specifications.


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You can explore all sorts of angles here:

  • Techniques (e.g., oil painting or watercolor)

  • Art movements (e.g., impressionism or Fauvism)

  • Artist names (e.g., Cézanne or Kahlo)

For unique results, try mixing techniques, movements, and artists together. (And if you're publishing the images later, consider crediting the artists you used for inspiration.)


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Other illustration types to try:

  • Pencil drawing

  • Charcoal sketch

  • Cartoon

  • Poster

Digital art

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Film stills

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And more

There are plenty of other art forms you can explore. Some examples:

  • Sculpture

  • Collage

  • Street art

  • Textile art

  • Installation art

  • Ceramic art

  • Lithography

Mix, match, and be amazed.

Add more details to your prompt

Do you like to tweak everything to the last detail? After adding the subject and art form, there are plenty of extras you can add to your prompt to further influence the end result.


Framing refers to how the subject or content is positioned in the image, and you can use it to influence image composition.

(Video) Midjourney Prompt Tips (My Process for better AI Art)

It can be challenging to control the framing depending on how you write the first part of your prompt. For example, if you're having trouble with close-ups, try stating the subject first and describing the background after. Here's an example.

First, I tried using this prompt: Person standing inside a forest fire, strong determined attitude, close-up shot, realistic. Midjourney didn't care much about "close-up shot":

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Then, I moved a few pieces around in the prompt: "Person with strong determined attitude, forest fire background, close-up shot, realistic." Now that the prompt says the forest fire is in the background, it's getting closer to what I wanted:

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The expressions used for film directing and camerawork apply here, so you can use "wide shot," "point-of-view," or "dutch angle," among others.

Want more control over image composition? Try AI outpainting to expand an image beyond its limits and then crop it in the exact way you want it.


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Especially in photography, lighting is critical and can change the look and feel of an image. Consider tweaking your lighting prompts using "soft light," "hard light," or even "dramatic lighting." You can also mention times of day, such as "morning," "sunset," or "golden hour."

Color scheme

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While controlling lighting already introduces a level of color control, you can also play with color schemes to influence the color of objects, light, or the entire image look and feel.

Level of detail and realism

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Prompts like "4k" or "8k" give the AI model the instruction to increase the level of detail in the image. (Keep in mind that it doesn't increase the actual resolution of the image output.)

You can also use the "Unreal Engine" prompt to get the familiar feel of images rendered using that game engine. And if your photos aren't looking believable enough, make sure to add "realistic" or "ultrarealistic" to your prompt.

Midjourney parameters

Midjourney (which you use via Discord) accepts a few extra parameters at the end of the prompt. Type a double hyphen or an em dash followed by the parameter name and the value. Here are a few useful ones:

  • --chaos changes how varied the results will be, with 0 being the least varied and 100 the maximum. For example, --chaos 80 would be highly varied.

  • --no handles negative prompts, meaning you can write what you don't want to see in the image. For example, --no buildings will prevent the model from drawing buildings.

  • --ar changes the aspect ratio of the image. For example, --ar 16:9 would render the image in the 16:9 aspect ratio.

Here's the full list, but keep in mind that these are specific to Midjourney. If you're using DALL·E 2, DreamStudio, or another tool, there will be a different set of parameters (and they'll be presented differently too).

Advanced tools and strategies for AI art prompts

Now that we've gone through the basics, here are a few tools and suggestions to help you reach Legendary Imaginator status:

  • Reverse engineer real images to find new prompts. CLIP Interrogator is an AI model hosted at Hugging Face that takes an image and gives you a text prompt based on its content. You can then use that result to build more detailed prompts and enter them into text-to-image models.

  • Image-to-image. Text-to-image is just one option. You can also provide an image as inspiration and further tune it with text or model controls. Try it with Runway.

  • AI outpainting. You can upload an image to an AI outpainting model, and it will expand it beyond the limits of the frame, creating a larger image. This is useful to get the exact framing you want or to create a larger image from a smaller detail. It works with non-AI-generated images too. Try it with

  • Fine-tune generation settings. Some models, like Stable Diffusion, let you adjust advanced generation settings. For example, by increasing or decreasing the number of steps, you can change how processed the final image should be. More steps usually lead to more detail.

  • Train your own AI image model. Tools like Leap AI let you train your own image model, so it can better match a unique look and feel you're attempting to create, reducing the variance in outputs that you get from "public" image generation models.

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  • Edit images with AI. You can select parts of images and change them using a text prompt. Try it out in Canva or in Photoshop.

  • Use ChatGPT to generate better text prompts. Yes, you can use AI to prompt AI. When you ask an AI chatbot to write prompts for you, you may be able to unlock new aesthetics, compositions, or subject combinations that you didn't think were possible.

Where to find AI art prompt ideas

When writing your first prompts, it's challenging to visualize the exact results you're looking for. More than that, it may take multiple tries until you get something usable. That's tough if you're not using a free AI art generator and there's a cost to the experimentation—credits fly out fast when you're having fun.

The good news: you can lean on the past experience of other creators like you. If you use Discord, you can join OpenAI's server and Midjourney's server to keep up with the discussion on image generation (and, in the latter, use AI generation with the /imagine command). You can engage with the community, ask questions, and collaborate with others.

There are also lots of places to browse a collection of images and corresponding prompts. Here are some of my favorites:

  •'s public library (scroll down and click on the images to see the prompts)

  • Websites like Lexica for Stable Diffusion prompts.

  • Midjourney's Discord channels

You'll get great hints on how each model interprets prompts, and you'll draw inspiration as you read original descriptions and fresh detail combos.

AI art prompt examples

And just to make things easier on you, here are all the AI art prompts I mentioned in this article:

  • A child playing on a sunny happy beach, their laughter as they build a simple sandcastle, emulate Nikon D6 high shutter speed action shot, soft yellow lighting.

  • Impressionist oil painting of a cute robot.

  • Illustration of dinosaurs drawn by a child, the illustrations are cute and heartwarming

  • Isolated convenience store in the middle of the desert at sunset, car parked outside, lo-fi, nostalgic.

  • Buildings on fire, old film still

  • Person with strong determined attitude, forest fire background, close-up shot, realistic.

  • Lonely evil bananas on a table, hard light chiaroscuro, realistic.

  • A futuristic hopeful busy city, purple and green color scheme.

  • A distant galaxy filled with tiny colorful stars, a blue, Earth-like planet in the foreground, realistic, colorful, 8k, trending on artstation.

Automate your art generation

Once you lock in on your prompting strategy, you can automate parts of your image generation workflows with Zapier. Here are a few workflows to give you some ideas, but you can connect apps like DALL·E, Leap AI, and Hugging Face to all the other apps you use at work.

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Writing the best AI image prompts

AI image generation is a lot of fun, and it's getting better—and more accessible—at each turn. Make sure you think about the ethics of using AI-generated images, and explore every possibility.

It can take a few tries to get right. But as long as you have an experimentation mindset and keep iterating, you'll be able to progressively reach better and better results with your AI art prompts.

Now, please excuse me while I go back to trying to put the Eiffel Tower on Mars.

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What is an example of an AI art prompt? ›

AI art prompt examples
  • A child playing on a sunny happy beach, their laughter as they build a simple sandcastle, emulate Nikon D6 high shutter speed action shot, soft yellow lighting.
  • Impressionist oil painting of a cute robot.
  • Illustration of dinosaurs drawn by a child, the illustrations are cute and heartwarming.
3 days ago

How do you write good text to an image prompt? ›

Use clear and concise language to describe what you want the AI to create. Be specific and focus on subject and style keywords instead of connecting words. Use multiple adjectives and write at least 3 to 7 words for the prompt.

What are some good AI prompts? ›

15 AI Art Prompt Ideas You Should Try
  • In the Style of a Well-Known Artist. Referencing the masters of art history is a great place to begin if you are stuck for ideas. ...
  • Pop Culture Icons. Another extremely fun prompt to try is using a pop culture icon as the subject. ...
  • Art Styles. ...
  • Portraits. ...
  • Fantasy Landscapes.
Feb 8, 2023

What program is everyone using for AI art? ›

Deep Dream Generator

One of the most popular AI art generators on the market, Deep Dream is an online tool that enables you to create realistic images with AI.

What is the most popular AI for art? ›

DALL-E 2 by OpenAI

OpenAI, the AI research company behind ChatGPT, launched DALL-E 2 last November, and since it has become the most popular AI art generator on the market. Although it has been lapped by Bing Image Creator, it is still a very capable image generator and the blueprint for all the models that followed.

What's the best AI image generator? ›

Best AI Art Generators — Our Top 10 Picks
AI Image GeneratorBest ForPremium Pricing Starts At
Dream by Wombobeginners due to ease of use$9.99
Nightcafegenerating creative images$4.79
Synthesys Xgenerating your own version of any image you find online$12
Pixraypixel art generation$0.0002 per second
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How do I get the most out of Midjourney? ›

Midjourney Tips for Beginners [Top 10]
  1. Be Concise.
  2. Use a Midjourney Prompt Generator.
  3. Try out the Creative Tag.
  4. Stylize Tag.
  5. Add Negative Keywords.
  6. Midjourney Multiprompt.
  7. Add Weighting to Your Prompt.
  8. Try Out Different Aspect Ratios.

How do I master AI prompts? ›

To write a good text-to-image prompt, it's recommended to be clear with the main idea and to define the details and styles you want to replicate. A prompt with at least 3 to 7 words is ideal, as it provides the AI with a clear context, and using multiple adjectives can infuse multiple feelings into the artwork.

What is picture prompt strategy? ›

Picture Prompt, a method of dual coding, asks students to explain an image or set of images. By using a combination of verbal, written, and visual modes, we encode information in more than one way, increasing the likelihood that important information is remembered later.

How do you structure a writing prompt? ›

Writing prompt construction:
  1. Part 1. Introduce the topic or writing situation with a statement or generalization to orient the student to the topic.
  2. Part 2. Encourage students to brainstorm and to make a personal connection with the topic. ...
  3. Part 3. Describe the writing task, purpose, and audience.

What are negative prompts for AI? ›

A negative prompt is a way to use Stable Diffusion in a way that allows the user to specify what he doesn't want to see, without any extra input. It is a parameter that tells the Stable Diffusion model what not to include in the generated image.

What are the 5 big ideas of AI? ›

They include a wide range of topics organized within five major concepts: (1) computing systems, (2) networks and the internet, (3) data and analysis, (4) algorithms and programming, and (5) impacts of computing.

What are the 5 ideas of AI? ›

In this fun one-hour class, students will learn about the Five Big Ideas in AI (Perception, Representation & Reasoning, Learning, Human-AI Interaction, and Societal Impact) through discussions and games.

Is it legal to use AI art? ›

Scott Hervey, an intellectual property lawyer and partner in the California-based Weintraub Law Group, says that “a human may select or arrange AI-generated material in a sufficiently creative way that the resulting work as a whole constitutes an original work of authorship.

What app do Tiktokers use for AI art? ›

How to use TikTok AI Art filter? Simply select “AI Filter” from the Effects menu on the Camera screen. The reverse of AI-generated art is created using the AI Art filter on the Dream by WOMBO app.

What programming language does AI art use? ›

Some of the most commonly used programming languages for creating AI art include: Python: Python is a popular and versatile programming language that is often used for AI and machine learning applications.

Can I sell AI generated art? ›

Yes, you can sell your AI-generated art. You will need to ensure that the artwork is unique and of high quality to attract buyers. Additionally, it is important to understand copyright laws and other legal considerations when selling digital products online.

Is AI generated art copyrighted? ›

Can AI Art Be Copyrighted? It has long been the posture of the U.S. Copyright Office that there is no copyright protection for works created by non-humans, including machines. Therefore, the product of a generative AI model cannot be copyrighted.

Is AI art better than human art? ›

AI art can be produced quickly and in large quantities, and it can be highly detailed and complex. However, it may lack the emotional and personal touch that human-made art often has. Human-made art can be more expressive and convey the artist's unique perspective, but it may be less precise and take longer to produce.

How is everyone making AI portraits? ›

The trend has seen people posting selfies and portraits of themselves in totally different styles, made using an app called Lensa. The app, available to download on the App Store, has something called a "Magic Avatars" tool, which helps people to create artwork using AI based on real photos which you upload.

How does AI prompt work? ›

AI prompt engineering is the process of creating and refining prompts for artificial intelligence systems. The input, or what you tell the AI model to do, is what you call the prompt. Generative AI, like ChatGPT, predicts words in sequence.

What is the AI that has no restrictions? ›

FreedomGPT Bot: Uncensored Chatbot that Ignores All Restrictions and Safety Rules. FreedomGPT is an open-source AI technology built on Alpaca, which is designed to be more accessible and customizable than other AI technologies.

What is the Tiktok AI image generator? ›

AI Greenscreen, which generates an abstract image inspired by any prompt you type into the effect. AI Art, which takes an image from your camera roll and uses it to create a new work of art.

Is Midjourney the best AI? ›

Midjourney is the most advanced AI image generator that we tested.

Can you sell Midjourney art? ›

Midjourney General Commercial Terms

So while they grant the subscribers a license to sell the AI art, it's unnecessary as they don't own the rights to the art. By following this logic, you can sell the AI art you find from Midjourney, whether it was created by you or someone else.

Is Midjourney easy to use? ›

Midjourney is one of the easiest AI image generators to get awesome results from. Its default style is significantly more artistic than DALL. E 2, so even basic prompts like "a cow" can produce good looking results. Still, there are some things you can do to make sure you get the best results possible with Midjourney.

Is Midjourney free? ›

We think the culprit was probably a viral how-to video in China,” Midjourney CEO David Holz told me at the time. Midjourney sells a basic plan that starts at $10 per month and a professional plan that goes for $30 per month, with price reductions if you pay annually.

How to outsmart AI? ›

Minimizing student use of AI

Avoid the use of knowledge recognition and recall through the elimination of multiple-choice questions. Decrease the use of essays that focus on the regurgitation of knowledge from one source and that require repackaging the information as the substance of the assessment.

Is a master in AI enough? ›

An AI graduate degree proves to employers that you are trained and qualified to work in this evolving field. You will develop the skills needed to work in your field of interest, whether it is AI, machine learning, data science, or something else.

How much do AI prompt engineers make? ›

AI 'prompt engineer' jobs can pay up to $375,000 a year and don't always require a background in tech.

What is the difference between a visual cue and a prompt? ›

The difference between a cue and a prompt may be confusing and is really related to the degree to which the student is assisted. A cue is just a hint and does not lead the student to a direct answer. A prompt is much more invasive as it takes the student step-by-step through the task leading to a direct answer.

What is a tactile prompt? ›

Tactile prompting involves actually touching the child. A full physical prompt might involve moving the child through the entirety of behavior, i.e. moving his hand to select the right card from an array, and then moving the card further to hand it to you or someone else.

What is a hero prompt? ›

Reflective Journaling Prompts

Your hero shows fairness, trustworthiness, compassion, wisdom, courtesy or self-control at some point in his or her adventure. Recall a recent situation in your life in which you experienced conflict or had to make a difficult choice. Describe the situation and what you did or did not do.

How many paragraphs should a prompt have? ›

A prompt consists of 1-3 sentences raising an issue, or asking a question that you will have to respond to in an essay. Most prompts are given out by your teacher as part of timed exams or as essay prompts for an assignment.

What are the four writing prompts? ›

We've collected 50 fourth grade writing prompts—including opinion, persuasive, informational, and narrative—to spur your students' imaginations and get them writing!

What is an example of a prompt question? ›

Open-ended prompts can serve as a guide to probe students' thinking and direct their Attention to specific elements in a text. Questions like "Who is the ideal audience?", "Where does this text come from?", and "Who gets to speak and who doesn't?" focus on the purpose, author, and voices in the texts.

Which AI draws prompt? ›

Craiyon (previously DALL·E mini) is an AI model that can generate images from any prompt you give. The model is still training and keeps improving over time.

How do I make AI art and sell it? ›

Create your free AI Artist account and start selling your AI art today.
  1. Create Your Free AI Artist Account.
  2. Verify Your Account and Add PayPal Email to Receive Payouts.
  3. Upload Your AI Artworks to Your Personal AI Art Shop.
  4. Customise Your Storefront and Start Selling Your AI Art. Start Selling.

How do I create a midjourney prompt? ›

The ultimate guide for pro prompts building for Midjourney
  1. Begin with a basic outline. ...
  2. Enhance with style and keywords. ...
  3. Master the art of aspect ratios. ...
  4. Unleash your creativity with advanced settings. ...
  5. Spotlight your masterpiece with weights. ...
  6. Unleash your inner Picasso with Remix mode. ...
  7. Paint your prompts with a splash of color.
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What program is AI written in? ›

Python and Java are both languages that are widely used for AI. The choice between the programming languages depends on how you plan to implement AI. For example, in the case of data analysis, you would probably go with Python.

Is Dall E free to use? ›

DALL. E 2 is one of the best AI image generators available—and you can try it out now for free.

Do AI artists make money? ›

Print-on-demand products made from your AI art are one of the most lucrative ways to make money. You should simply transfer your plans to sites like TeeSpring and RedBubble. Your artwork will be printed on a variety of products from mugs and t-shirts to posters and notebooks by these websites.

Can I legally use AI-generated art? ›

US Copyright Office: AI Generated Works Are Not Eligible for Copyright.

Can you legally sell AI-generated art? ›

Generally, you can sell AI-generated art as long as the generator license agreement permits commercial use. Read the terms and conditions carefully. Be aware of copyright restrictions of any input images. Some EULAs indicate that produced artwork may belong to the tool, the user, or the public domain.

How do you make a good prompt? ›

An effective writing prompt should have the following characteristics:
  1. Use clear and concise wording. Plainly identify the student's task . ...
  2. • ...
  3. Make connections to previous learning, when possible. ...
  4. Respect students' privacy (avoid highly personal, private issues). ...
  5. Potential Pitfalls.

How long should a Midjourney prompt be? ›

A prompt can be a few words or multiple sentences. The maximum limit is 400 characters on Dall-E, and 6,000 characters on Midjourney. Prompts don't have to be long, and AI generators can still produce images with short text prompts, or even emojis. The shorter a prompt is, the more you leave up to interpretation.

What is U and V in Midjourney? ›

The U buttons upscale the selected image, creating a new larger version with extra details. The V buttons create four new variations of the selected image, matching it in style and composition. There's also a Re-roll button that will re-run your prompt and generate four new images.

What is the difference between high and low style in Midjourney? ›

Low stylization values produce images that closely match the prompt but are less artistic. High stylization values create images that are very artistic but less connected to the prompt. --stylize 's default value is 100 and accepts integer values 0–1000 when using the default [V4 model].


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