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Oh hey, this is a longshot, but I'm wondering if anyone on here has a higher resolution shot of this picture from the Voyager pilot... I've only been able to find a 320x240 but I'm certain there has to be a sharper image than that.
Shades of COMA
These are a bit derivative and a bit video game-y but I thought I'd share them anyway.
Sorry I don't remember all my prompts, I was throwing a lot in non-stop.
The big prompt I wanted to do was flight jackets. You see from above I dig uniforms and want something unique, so I figured I'd let the AI brainstorm something for me. My first results were mostly modified product images, which are fine, but I decided to throw Rey in there and that changed things up.
This one might be my favourite, I'm digging the full body suit look of it and on her right shoulder there appears to be this big light tan swatch, which I think could be kind of iconic (it does need to be cut so her shoulder can move: Ai seems to only care what looks good in that one shot, functionality be damned). Perhaps pilots have this thing of putting their hands on each other's shoulders, hence the extra padding to one side. I also like the idea of these ribbed sleeves being long, that feels kind of cozy, so my options are to continue that ribbing over that blank area or maybe put a wrist mounted computer on there
A little tighter, like a motorcycle jacket, no markings or patches. Perhaps this is a secret mission suit, or has some different function than the main one.
The third one, maybe the most... contemporary or non-high-concept looking one. I can see someone wearing this in the real world. I'd probable want to play with the left hand side, create some interesting patterns that lead from the shoulder to those pins... and that big block on the right side, I can totally picture those "cassette tape" looking things from the Wrath Of Khan science crew uniforms being there. I also notice the AI gave the jacket two hems.
And for my other random Star Wars generated art...
There's not that much. I tried to generate Han Solo as the commander of a big ship, like what I THOUGHT he would be doing after Return Of The Jedi, but I couldn't QUITE figure out how to say it. I can picture it, I can't say it... or not in the right terms for the computer to understand it. So can't really show much there. I can show this..
The prompt was basically Rey becomes Kylo Ren, I didn't want the helmet (but the computer INSISTED on drawing it anyway) except for this one where it just cut the head off. And this is one of the rare examples where an identifiable source reference image is a strength, because I believe this is the Episode VII poster of her, but she's just in Kylo's outfit... you get the general gist of it. So I count this one as a success.
So Arya Stark in Star Wars was something that was in my head since the announcement of Episode VII, I didn't want her to be a Jedi per se so I wasn't quite sure all the costume prompts to throw in... I know she's a Rebel, though. This is the only acceptable image from the four, and as you can probably see, the eyes are melting and the hand is... not a hand. But it's still cool to see this.
I'll let you all chew on these for a while.
Sketch Id id months ago for an Iron Star poster idea, trying to go for the 80s sci-fi aesthetic. Finally cleared out the sketchbook I put this in, so I thought I'd share.
Something a little more sci-fi for ya:
A monster design from my sketchbook, pulling inspiration from a couple different sources. Thinking this would be good a tokusatsu-inspired project, something that couldn't just be a guy in a suit.
This one's been sitting in my sketchbook for a while, never really figured out what the next stage of it is. I like it, but it also feels like it'll just wind up being too close to the mass production Eva. But I think there's another direction to take it in.
Another one of those "in the sketchbook forever" designs that I decided to finally finish off (as much as I could) and file. Wanted to see how boxy I could make it without being just... a box, you know?
Been sitting on this for probably a year, really thought I'd have done more with it, but it's kind of cool that it's finally out there.
I really do need to figure out how to keep a more effective rewilding sketchbook...I don't think I'm using it to its full potential.
Digging this as a landing ship, want to expand on it a bit, I think there's something potentially solid. I think I'll get rid of that square element and replace it with a sensor cluster. I'm also digging the red lights, it's making me imagine that inside are all virtual windows, screens all along the top fifth of the bulkheads showing what's outside.
LOVE this Syd Mead looking thing.
Knight Rider meets Airwolf? I dig the red underbite on the flyer, I want to make it jet black and a bit more sleek. The rover is kinda cool as well, kinda reminding me a bit of the one in Aliens but more rounded and maybe a bit more protected.
I can see the blackbird bieng an autonomous drone and having a little bit of a personality to it.
Call this one an interstellar dart. Cruise ship meets concorde, makes those long slogs enjoyable.
This could be a cool lander too. Call it the Hummingbird.
Finally, something NOT made by AI. Though AI inspired. That previous post, the top shop that has no windows? I had the idea that the red lights would be a bar of sensors that would feed data to screens on the inside that would act as windows. So I decided to sketch out the cockpit of that ship, a snug little thing where the pilot is surrounded by screens with minimal bezel between them.
Digging the colour aesthetic (I don't think I dictated white but it somehow seems to work) and the "image soup" as I've heard the results lovingly called kind of fit that Nostromo/Blade Runner aesthetic I wanted.
The basic idea for this computer is from a 1945 essay be Vannevar Bush called "As We May Think," which laid out the core concept for a what would eventually become our computer standard. He described slanted translucent screens (which I pictured being smoked glass with white text being projected onto them from underneath), with a keyboard and a set of controls, but otherwise looks like an ordinary desk. I had the idea that the left screen was for viewing files and documents, with the alphanumberic keyboard for creating and modifying, and the righthand screen would be the information directory with controls dedicated to scrolling through that. I also figured that the telephone, radio, and television would come through this device as well, as more information traveling through the "umbilical" connecting it to the primary database. I decided that the desk would have power and data input built in, so you would build out the infrastructure in the office and plug these desks in (and unplug when ready to be removed). I gave it a clean, modern look.... I was actually thinking 1960s, like 2001: A Space Odyssey... the Memex logo I sketched looks a little like the Hal 9000 logo, I think. I also pictured the interface's white lettering being in Eurostyle or Minima.
What's annoying to me is that once I finished this sketch, I realized a very nice version of this basic presentation existed already... in the Editdroid.
The thing I was gravitating towards was the idea of the one shoulder being the department colour, and the dirty jumpsuits just having black there instead. Figured it was a simple, easily-identifiable thing that could be easily done. I was trying to go for a Fifth Element/graffiti style to the drawings, hence the weird bagginess of some of it. More stylized than practical.
And I wound up sketching this... I'm digging the articulating engines, and I realized after sketching that the design aesthetic might merge together, so I think I'm going to play with that.
...but I think it still needs something on top in the back.
If that ship looks a little familiar, it's because I sketched it while looking at a carb. I wound up sketching a LOT, and there's the start of an interesting design that's emerging from some of the sketches.
It's kind of reminding me of the USS Dauntless from Voyager. I think, like above, I need to find something else from a different source to tie everything together.
Feels like ages since I've given you guys a genuine from-my-hands spaceship.