Created in Blender. The cups, saucers and plates are cc0 objects, downloaded from within the software via the addon from Blenderkit. The clouds are .png images with transparent backdrops, imported using [Add]-[Image]-[Images as Planes]. The ocean is also cc0, and the mountain was created using [Add]-[Mesh]-[Landscape]. I got the cool abstract look by experimenting with the settings in the landscape [Modifier Properties] (the tab with the spanner). Rendered in about 400 cycles.

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The opening lines of the Conan Doyle classic, as interpreted by Text2Speech, Text2Art, and Text2Music. The shimmering, rippling effect is almost ‘cubist noir’. MSword, Pixray project at Github, and Riffusion

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An ARTistic expression created by feeding “It was a tempest in a teacup” into Text2Speech, Text2Art, and Text2Music. MSword, Pixray at Github, and Riffusion. A quite literal interpretation, but evocative nonetheless.

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An ARTistic expression created by feeding “We will cross that bridge when we come to it” into Text2Speech, Text2Art, and Text2Music. MSword, Pixray at Github, and Riffusion. To my eye, it looks like the art program interpreted “cross” to mean something like “braid”, resulting in shapes reminiscent of DNA.

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An ARTistic expression created by feeding “It is always darkest before the dawn” into Text2Speech, Text2Art, and Text2Music. MSword, Pixray at Github, and Riffusion. Interesting result, and quite dramatic!

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David Petersen

Degrees in psychology and theatre studies. Author of the 5-volume Exoplanetary Archaeology series, which is available from most online bookstores.