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the End of Time - a children's story

This video is an example of a latent diffusion generative ai drift session. The theme is 'the End of Time - a children's story'.


The imagery was generated using a LAION-400M latent diffusion multi-modal generative ai text to image synthesis model. The animation was put together in Studio Artist using Transition Contexts and Paint Action Sequence (PASeq) processing. You see the imagery presented in the order it was created in the live drift session. Drifting is an art process that we originated working with live mutation of procedural MSG (modular synthesized graphics) generative effects in Studio Artist. Here we are extending the live drift concept by working with generative ai image synthesis algorithms. The particular generative synthesis algorithm we are using here is a multi-modal latent diffusion algorithm, but you could just as easily be using a VQGAN or other generative image synthesis techniques.


Drifting is an example of a human artist and a generative ai system working together to create something over time. You can think of drifting as an interactive exploration of the adjustable parameter space of a generative algorithm or art creation system. The idea is to slowly change or adjust the parameter space of the system by some small amount, observe the results, and then continue that cycle. The changes for this particular drift being additional textural input added to or subtracted from the multi-modal text to image generative algorithm, as well as individual adjustments of parameters associated with the image synthesis model. Over time, you are slowly drifting through the generative algorithm's space of creative possibilities.

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The one that got away

A capture of a PasEq playback (all I had left after a crash) I didn't save the over sized Paint Synth Presets that I was adjusting and testing... But I did save the PAsEq. This would be what…

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more work with FCP & Studio Artist

up till recently my use of Studio artist has been minor tweaks of the existing PASQ presets. so not much to say about the process here in this CHEER-ACCIDENT video of their version of Cheap Tricks Dream Police, other than a lot of…
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Working with Source .png Images – Transparent Backgrounds via Studio Artist AI

Working with Source .png Images Turning the alpha channel on for transparent .png backgrounds When using .png source images with transparent backgrounds, you will need to set Canvas > Selection > Set to > Source Alpha and then Check Mask…

Jan 11, 2023
Dual Paint Mode Video Explainer via Studio Artist AI

Basics of the Dual Paint Mode, Concepts and How to Create Your Own Dual Paint Presets For More Information on Dual Paint please see this DUAL PAINT POST   For More Information DUAL PAINT POST

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Apr 5, 2022
Erasing the Canvas via Studio Artist AI

How to Erase the Canvas To erase the canvas choose the Eraser Icon at the top of the Interface or choose Canvas > Erase to See this Post for more detailed information on the canvas eraser options.  

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Apr 4, 2022
Preset Management Video via Studio Artist AI

Everything You Need to Know about Studio Artist Presets and Preset Management  

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Apr 4, 2022
Resizing the Canvas via Studio Artist AI

Resizing the Canvas Please see this tip on Resizing the Canvas And how to Resize the Canvas for High-Resolution Print

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Apr 4, 2022
Synthetik commented on Otto Laske’s status
"Hi Otto,
We actually did respond to your comment post in 'studio artist tutorials', so sorry if you missed that response.
My plan was to try and put together some assisted…"
Apr 3, 2023