This is the Cover Art Challenge for AI Art Weekly issue #23.
🎨 Theme is "prompt"
🖼 102 prompts by 87 prompters
- The announcement tweet (https://twitter.com/dreamingtulpa/status/1629133749299425283) must be retweeted
- Max two submissions per participant.
- Include the input images alongside your submissions.
- No NSFW content.
- Please make sure your submissions do not include copyrighted artwork, characters, logos etc.
- Images must be vertical. The cover art has an A4 aspect ratio. So between 10:14 and 10:15 will result in the least amount of cropping.
- Deadline for submissions is Thursday, 02. March 07:00 UTC.
- After the deadline, I’ll pick my 4 favourites and create a poll to let the community decide on the final winner.
- Prize is ** and the winner and finalists gets mentioned in issue #23.
- Chosen finalists allow me to modify their submissions to make them work with the A4 aspect ratio and the “AI Art Weekly” lettering.
- The winner allows me to mint and sell the image as an NFT and sell physical prints. This helps to support the newsletter and future challenges like this.
- All submitted images will be compiled into a gallery and published on this page alongside their social profiles.
For this week we’re going to switch things up a bit, instead of artists submitting pieces individually, we’ll be working on one single piece together.
How does it work?
I’ve created a simple algorithm which lets me stitch together a practically endless canvas. All you gotta do to participate is to submit a prompt. A simple one is enough. No need for adding style or artist words, as I’ll come up with those myself to retain some sort of consistency through the whole piece.
To join, reply to this tweet with your prompt, that’s it.
At the end of the challenge I’m going to collect all submitted prompts and let the algorithm stitch them all together.
This challenge is an experiment, so I might limit the amount of prompts that I’ll accept if there are too many, or I’ll create multiple an let the community vote on the winner. We’ll see how it goes. I’m also still tinkering with the algorithm to improve generation quality. We’ll see how it goes.
In the end, I’ll list the canvases and all their parts including the prompts and prompters here, so one can see which part of the image stems from which prompter.
Let’s go 💪🔥