Discover more from Humans of Generative Art
Meet Tünde Nemeth.
Flower farmer and florist with a fine arts education and background, connecting with people through art.
Tünde is an amazing human being who finds joy in walking her little dog, listening to live music, and reading a good book for the first time—and of course, getting lost in it.
A Creative Soul from the Start
“For as long as I can remember, my life has been about creativity and making things in different forms and materials,” says Tünde.
Tünde uses Midjourney and wants to learn more about Stable Diffusion and develop skills in other areas too.
“I’d like to learn more about contemporary art, and certain illustration styles, as well as graphic design,” she says.
“My art is fluid and playful, I enjoy the freedom to discover things and the lack of pressure to create something perfect,” she says. “I’ve learned that I need to be more patient, and that in the end product, there’s no such thing as a perfect image.”
“It’s always created with emotion and is intended to provoke some reaction from the audience. The pieces that do the same speak to me more than the ones that are purely visual.”
Generative art tools have helped many, including Tünde, a newfound freedom of expression.
“I have always been fascinated by paper art and origami and Midjourney helps me visualize projects I’d like to potentially recreate. It also enables the use of mixed media so effortlessly that it really encourages me to be brave and try out more,” she says of the above image.
“[Generative art] has given me the freedom to discover and create in different art forms. I can experiment with styles that I might not be able to in real life,” Tünde says. “It also helps me create designs that I can recreate with physical materials afterwards.”
She finds artificial intelligence fascinating and her analogy gave us something to consider, “it’s like watching a baby grow up and I can’t wait to see where it goes. I don’t really believe it is a threat to art or anything else, and I think it’ll find its place eventually.”
We tend to agree—AI is still very much in an early adoption stage for many access levels, but it feels like an unruly teenager. We share Tünde’s hopeful vision of the future and we’re excited to see how AI enhances the world and improves accessibility for a number of populations.
The post above is stylized by Tünde uses the technique below layered in with her stylistic decisions.
“I’ve been trying to craft wings since v2 and many of the prompts were a hit-and-miss situation. I’ve recently discovered using “double exposure of a person and a butterfly, full body shot” actually places the wings in the right place and mostly in the right scale, too.
“It has opened many doors to amazing communities and helped me connect with other artists,” she says. “And long term, I’m going to keep playing and keep connecting with people through art,” she adds. “I’m always hungry for knowledge and I just love constantly learning and exploring new things.”
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