In what a wonderful world we live. Generative AI is bananas. This presentation is about midjourney and adobe firefly, it features the creation of a painting in bob ross style and how I did this with the tools available today.
3. First, we're going to start with a happy little tree. We'll
take some of our Sap Green and a touch of Van Dyke
Brown, then just lightly push upward with the fan brush.
There we go. Our tree lives right there. He's a big
strong tree, isn't he?
4. Next, let's add a majestic mountain. For this, we're going to
take our knife and mix together some Midnight Black,
Prussian Blue, and Van Dyke Brown. Don't mix it entirely;
leave it marbled. Just pull the knife across, getting a roll of
paint on the edge, and start deciding where your mountain
lives. Just push very gently, creating the basic shape.
5. Now we're going to add some birds, just some small V-
like strokes with our detail brush dipped in Midnight
Black. Maybe there's a whole family of birds flying
together up there in the sky. Just touch the canvas,
give a little push, and there they are.
6. Okay, now comes a fun part. We're going to add the Eiffel
Tower. Let's start with a thin line of Midnight Black going
straight up. Then let's add the different layers with small
horizontal strokes. Remember, it doesn't have to be perfect.
It's about the essence of the Eiffel Tower, not every single
7. Now, let's add our alpacas. We're going to dip into the
Titanium White, add a touch of the Yellow Ochre, and just a
hint of Burnt Umber for some shadows. Let's decide where
these creatures live...maybe right here in the foreground. Just
a few strokes to create the basic shape, and add a little detail
for the face and the fluffy wool.
9. Lastly, our friend, the bear. We're back to our Van
Dyke Brown and Dark Sienna. Maybe he's just hanging
out over here by this tree. We'll use the corner of the
brush to give him a little form, add a hint of black for the
eyes and the nose, and there we have it!
10. Remember, this is your world, so place your
creations wherever you feel they belong. It's all
up to you and your imagination. Happy painting,
and God bless.