Jasper Art is a new AI art creator that takes text as input and generates corresponding images. In a way, it’s like having a digital artist in your pocket that can create art on demand!
Whether you’re a visual artist looking for creative inspiration or a blogger needing an engaging featured image, Jasper Art is worth checking out.
Finding the right prompts is a challenge in these early days of image creation using AI. If you want to try out Jasper Art, it is now available as an addition to any Jasper plan.
As someone who loves art and technology, I was intrigued when I first heard about Jasper Art. I was even more impressed when I saw some of the examples of images that it had generated.
If you’re unfamiliar with Jasper Art, it’s an AI art creator that takes text as input and generates corresponding images. In other words, it’s like having a digital artist in your pocket that can create art on demand!
I decided to experiment with Jasper Art to see if it could live up to the hype. I started by inputting some ideas that would work for blogs and aimed at landscapes, food items, and people.
For each one, Jasper Art generated a beautiful corresponding image. I was blown away by how well the images captured the essence of what I wanted. This made me confident that Jasper Art could generate equally impressive results for any sort of text input.
How Jasper Art Works
Jasper Art is incredibly easy to use. Simply enter the text of your blog post into the “Text” field and click “Create.” Jasper Art will generate a custom image based on your text within seconds.
You can then save the image and upload it to your blog post. It’s that simple!
Showcasing Results and The Input Which Created It
To showcase the text-to-art generator artwork, I used the prompt below to create the images I will show off below this:
[snippet]made in abyss concept art riko backpack pith helmet yellow hair extra detailed green eyes full body face landscape digital painting illustration wlop James Jean Marc Simonetti Ruan Jia and Mandy Jurgens and Artgerm and William-Adolphe Bouguerea greg rutkowski Gustave Dore trending on artstation pixiv, hyperdetailed, Unreal Engine, 4k, 8k, ultra HD[/snippet]
As you can see, the images can be vastly different from each other, which is perfect for many use cases.
Still, if you are looking to use it for a business where you create and need to provide final raw editable files, this isn’t perfect for your needs, but jumping into the tech now can give you an advantage over time!
I love using this currently to build out character ideas for a short story where only limited image needs exist, and I don’t need to show them doing the same action each time.
In the future, you can provide an image as inspiration to help guide the AI on the art creation, which means you could reuse the same character and get new or different versions!
In the upcoming weeks to months, there are planned improvements to get you different resolutions and to take your art into full use, which can make for the most impressive way to create truly unique images for your blog posts.
Currently, all images created are “Creative Commons,” but this license looks to change in the future.
Some more prompts to showcase art creation:
[snippet]extremely psychedelic beautiful cyborg virus infected by night, intricate, elegant, highly detailed, extremely lifelike photorealistic digital painting, artstation, steichen, gaston bussiere, tom bagshaw, cyberpunk, alphonse mucha, totally elegant, anatomically correct, sharp focus, black and gold, surreal lush cosmic hallucination[/snippet]
[snippet] Extremely beautiful woman walking away, floor covered in smoke, insanely detailed, 8k, hyper realistic, symmetrical face, soft tones, grey, photo realistic, unreal engine, insanely detailed, over dimensional, Ray traced, long grey dress, monochrome, fantasy[/snippet]
Now we go to the more creepypasta style images and adapt yet again to new art requests and how to get something amazing even with a fully different set of input!
The ability to render high-quality smoke and mist is undoubtedly impressive. Still, the flowing dresses and clothing generally tend to exceed my expectations nearly all the time.
[snippet]anthropomorphic elephant, warcraft character art portrait, matte fantasy painting, DeviantArt Artstation, by Jason Felix by Steve Argyle by Tyler Jacobson by Peter Mohrbacher, cinematic lighting[/snippet]
Switching up again to a more “mythical” style character generation, I went with elephants this time and am again not let down with the creations!
[snippet] anthropomorphic white mage cat casting a frostbolt spell, snowing, an icy aura around the body, warcraft character art portrait, matte fantasy painting, DeviantArt Artstation, by Jason Felix by Steve Argyle by Tyler Jacobson by Peter Mohrbacher, cinematic lighting[/snippet]
This is a prompt someone used on Facebook, which looked amazing, and it shows the range of how changing just a few commands and words can alter the provided art back to you.
[snippet]beautiful woman with blazing red hair, symmetric eyes, vouge style, close portrait, color picture, magazine, looking into the camera, cinematic, fashion, proportional face, highly detailed eyes[/snippet]
Final Thoughts on AI Art With Jasper
If you’re looking for a new and exciting way to add visuals to your blog posts, look no further than Jasper Art. With its easy-to-use interface and customizable options, Jasper Art is the perfect tool for anyone who wants to add some flair to their posts. So why wait? Try Jasper Art today!