I’m still playing around with CF Spark, an AI Art Generator made by Creative Fabrica. If you saw my last post, I was trying to create some things using art history references, specifically trying to create images in the style of Henri Matisse. This time, however, I wanted to see what I could do in trying to make realistic-looking objects, in particular some random, funky masks positioned on pedestals in an art museum environment. Here’s what I came up with this time:
One question I ask myself with this and all of the other AI art generators that I’ve used: is the off-center and usually-cropped aspect just a byproduct of how artificial intelligence text-to-image art generators work? Or do the AI art app makers do this on purpose so that one can’t retrieve the full object which reduces the opportunities to re-use it in some other capacity? Does anyone know any answers to this question? If so, please share your thoughts in the comments section below.