More AI art from CF Spark

AI art masks made with CF Spark


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:

AI art masks made with CF Spark
A collection of funky masks made with the AI art generator CF Spark.

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.

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