That would be a great name for a web app programming language. It would have very long-term memories and a really aggressive garbage collector.
More midjourney cthulhu mythos:
Look at those adorable toesie-woesies!
Then I started thinking about translating this stuff into real physical objects. I see there are several AI art generators that output 3d geometries. I don’t think they are “there” yet, because the geometries rely very heavily on texture mapping instead of actual polys. To 3D print, you want polys. But at the rate the field is maturing, that’ll probably be an option to midjourney sometime next week.
And this is one I definitely would wear as a cloak pin, if I had a bronze and silver 3d print of it:
I was telling a friend about some of this crazy art, and she said, “well have it do a rendering of a mortician’s bathroom” (she’s a mortician) I went simple and used a prompt consisting only of “the mortician’s bathroom.”
I bet you could make that, and sell it for a lot. Sand-cast the outer shapes in aluminum, with thick stained glass, oh yes, oh yes. I’m gonna say that, with the sand-casting and mold-making necessary, it’d cost about $50,000. It’s doable.
Last but not least, the mood I’m in: