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Awesome, thanks for the comment. Still takes lots of time and luck for me to like something to post. I also know there is way more advanced AI out there, like midjourney (but way more technical and pricey).
I personally started this art binge to test my feet in AI art so went with the easiest to use.
The two I found on Android was Dream, and Wonder.
Both work "wonders" and have pros and cons against each other.
I however prefer Wonder, for its lifetime sub price (at the time), template of "Authentic" style (no idea what that is in art terms but the majority of my posts are under that style), and finally it showed 4 art creations per batch (tho atm the devs cut it down to 2 do to overload issues from heavy traffic).
Hope you enjoy them as much as I am.
Np! The thing about having a hard time to find something to post, totally get that! The images usually are low res and it's hard to decipher what the final ones are supposed to look like most of the time, but, it's still pretty cool, imo.
As much as many Digital Artists dislike Ai Art overall, I believe it's pretty impressive and I myself think it's a powerful tool. It can also be a lot of fun to play with the possible outcomes. I've already used Dream and was recently playing with mini Dall-e and Crayon's engine.
For now, I'm looking for an engine able to make images that look a bit more complete, if you get what I mean, and with decent resolution to paint over. But since the majority is payed, I'll look for other engines.
I just am not in the position to pay for something like that atm, not it feels justified just for the sake of experimentation. Despite how interesting the results might look like.
Regardless, thanks a lot for the reply! It was really insightful.