Replace Midjourney with These FREE AI Art Tools for Better Results

We all know that Michoni is a great tool that can produce mind-blowing results, but it’s not free. So, in today’s video, I’ll show you two tools that are free and can be used anywhere in the world. They work in your browser, so you don’t need an app like Discord to use them. They can make some pretty cool images.

1st Tool

Lexica is the name of the first two on the list. It’s free and easy to use, and as you can see, you don’t need a score on any other app like Me Journey to use it. I think it’s the best way to see what the middle of a trip looks like. On the other hand, as you can see here, users of this tool have made some amazing images that look very impressive.

Some Example

Some of these pictures are so high-quality that it’s crazy. Look at the quality of these pictures, man.

Images Informations

So, if you like this picture, you can click on it and it will tell you everything you need to know about it. You’ll find the prompt that was used to make the picture, which is of an Icelandic rocket about to take off. You can copy the prompt and use it as a starting point for your own ideas. Here, it tells you what the picture was based on. Here, the size and scale of the photos help us find the guy. And as you can see, it gives you four different full HD versions of the same prompt. The pictures are of a very high quality.

How to Get Started

So, where do I start? When you click “Get Started” and sign up with your Google account, you’ll see this search bar here. You can search for any image. For example, let’s say you want to find images with the word “cut” in the prompt. As you can see, it works very quickly and precisely. The word “cut” is in the prompts for all of these pictures, and there are a lot of them. As you can see, it gave me 1558 results, which shows that it is a very popular tool.

How to Generate

Lexica’s Generate tab is where you’ll go if you want to make images. Here, you’ll describe your image by writing your prompt. This is the negative prompt, which means the thing you don’t want to include in your image. For example, I could type in a cat dressed as Batman sitting on top of a tall building.

More Options

Find the options for the dimension if you want to change it. As you can see, this is white and this is like a vertical. If you click on Advanced sitting, you get the like the guidance scale, which lets you change the contrast.

First Results

It made four different pictures with a cat dressed as Batman sitting on top of a tall building. As you can see, it’s right on the money. Here is the cat, dressed as Batman, with the Batman logo, and sitting on top of a tall building. What tells us this? These are the tall buildings, so each picture is exactly what I told him to draw in the prompt. Say, for instance, we don’t want the black cat.

The negative prompt

So, for the negative prompt, we’ll tell him that we don’t want the black cat in our picture. This is my negative prompt. Let’s click “generate” now. I’m going to wait a little bit, and as you can see, it made four pictures of a cat in a Batman costume, but it didn’t include the black cat. I told him, “I don’t want the black cut in my pictures, so you can have a white cut, a yellow cut, a gray cut, or any cut with a Batman costume except for the Black Cat.” As you can see, the pictures look very good, and the quality is also very good.

Changing things up

So let’s try something different for a while. I told him about a rocket launch in Iceland that we had already seen. I changed the dimension from vertical to white, and as you can see, it made four pictures of a rocket launch. Each picture is different, and the quality of these pictures isn’t too bad. The cool thing about Lexica is that once you’ve made your four images, you’ll have four different options to choose from. For example, you can generate variation, which means that Lexica will use this image as a guide to make four other images based on this one, either by upscaling the image by adding more fine details or by outputting the image by making a wider version of the image via outpatient.

Changing Variations

Click on “Generate Variation” on this page. I’m going to wait for it to load, and then, as if by magic, it will give me these four different images. As you can see, each of the four images is different from the others, but they all have something in common with the original image and the reference image, which is this one. It’s like a nft collection of the same object. Here, it changed the color of the cat. Here, it changed the logo of Batman. Here, it changed both the color of the cat and the logo

Upscaling Feature

The logo doesn’t look like this. The logo is on this one, but not on this one. You can also click here to make the image bigger and see more details. It will be made bigger here so we can look at it in more detail.

OutPaint Feature

I think it looks great, and here is a picture of the outpaint. If you click here, it will give you a wider version of this image. This is the original zoomed-in image, and this is the wider image, as you can see. It gives me more details so we can really see what’s going on around the cat. This is a feature that is really, really cool. Here is a list of all the images we made and when they were made. Here, you’ll find the pictures you’ve liked. If you’re looking around the home page and see an image you like, you can click here on the heart icon to add it to this section. The images you liked will be here. In the account section, we can see how much the tool costs. They have something like three plans. There are three levels that let you make 1000 images per month. The starter level costs $8 per month, the pro level costs $24 per month, and the max level costs $48 per month. Don’t worry about the paid plans just yet, because the free ones let you make 100 images a month, which should be enough for you. find some images. Find some ideas, make some art, play around with the tool and its settings, add your own creativity, and see what you come up with.

2nd Tool

Instant Art is the name of the second tool on your list. It’s free, and as you can see, you don’t need an app to use it because it’s a browser-based tool. You only need an email address and a password to sign up, and as you can see, all of these pictures were made by people who have used this tool before.

Example Images & Infos

And it’s cool that each picture has its own prompts, like these: I like this picture a lot. If you click on this picture, you will see the question that was asked to make it. dark skin Outlaw the future Gunslinger is a western set in the future. Bad Boy HD and Real Engine 8K, and here it shows the model that was used to make the image. In this case, it was a mid-journey, and here we’ll find the guidance scale. More on that later, and here we’ll find out how big the image is. We can double it, save it as a favorite, share it, and do all sorts of other cool things with it. There are a lot of images to choose from here, and you can get ideas from them. The cool thing about this tool is that it has a search bar that lets you look for images by prompt, keyword, or keyword. I like this picture a lot, and I wonder what the prompt was that made it happen.

Exploring Images

As you can see Native American Indian horse knight friendly detailed silver silk armor As you can see, the lighting of the movie prop is cinematic. 4K long hair As you can see, it has long hair, blue eyes, and feathers, so I’m going to look at it for ideas. For example, let’s see what we can do. I really like this one, so let’s click on it. Here’s the question. a country home in a wet field Clouds with a lot of detail, good quality, and a dramatic shape a training diagram chart Focus Studio photo, so I’m going to copy this prompt, then go to generate Generating Images with the Tool, and then paste. The question here So, basically, the prompt is a description of your image. Here, you’ll find the negative prompt, which is a list of things you don’t want in your image. For example, if you don’t want trees in your image, you’d type 3 here. Here, you can play with the settings. You can change the size, and there are a lot of options, as you can see with the landscape square. I’m going to leave it on Landscape 1, and here we have the model ID that the tool will use to make our image. We also have the stable diffusion and the stable diffusion. anything V3 halfway through the trip V4 review of diffusion wavy Fusion We have a lot of options. I’ll leave it as stable fusion, and here is the guidance scale, which shows how much contrast there is in your photo. I’m leaving it in the middle, and here is the number of pictures. I’ll make three images, and then we’ll click “generate.” Now we’re going to wait a bit for it to come up with something; it could take a while. This is the only thing I don’t like about this picture, but it’s free and I can just look at it, so I can’t really complain. While it’s making the image, I’ll go back to the home page and look at some other pictures.

Amazing Image

Look at that, that’s pretty cool, dude. Look at that, and as you can see, pay attention to the details. Anand flowers through a male red fox is what the prompt says. dear Emperor’s tail Digi grIte hooves, it’s like telling him about the imathe belt in detail. full body perennial fogreeniforestrokay, Fgrass, dirt, grass, dirt, there’s the grass, make sure it’s on nature Flowers I don’t see any flowers here, but I don’t see a valley either. Okay, Cliff. Stone, there are stones. Clouds in the Boulder Bath: alright, there are some clouds here. Blue Sky Okay, it’s a picture taken during the day, so it’s clear that it’s not at night. It looks like a bear or a man, but the head is like a bear and the arms are covered in hair, as you can see. The legs also have hair on them, but it’s not white hair. Here are the hooves, which you can see. I mean, look at how the picture is put together: He asked for the hooves, and he heard them. He asked for something like bags on a belt, and here’s a belt. He asked for a full body, and here it is. He asked for an evergreen forest, and here it is. tool that is very good. It’s a lot like meat journey, and you’re on Discord, where you like to look at other people’s work.

Another amazing image

So it’s not that different, but this one is free, and as you can see, the details are amazing. Here is a needy cat knight, okay? He wears friendly, detailed armor with an intricate intercrate design, silver silk, and cinematic lighting. 4K Look at how the picture is put together; it’s very impressive.

Our Results

Now, after I waited for a while, it gave me three pictures of a country house in a field of water, as you can see here, here, and here. Here is a chart of the clouds. It shows a very detailed, dramatic cloud formation. Focus Studio photo, so it was pretty close, except for the negative prompt, which didn’t work here. I don’t remember why I told him to leave out the tree, but he didn’t, because we can see the trees here. But other than that, the photos look great, and this one isn’t bad either.

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