Midjourney Concept Art – Guarding the Gateway

I was experimenting with the chaos function in Midjourney, and kept repeating the prompt “a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger. –ar 16:9 –v 5 –c 50” again and again. It created so many interesting and unique images I wanted to share them all in a video below.

“A sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension”

The following images are based on the following Midjourney prompt:

a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger. –ar 16:9 –v 5 –c 50

The –c 50 is the Midjourney Chaos parameter. According to the Midjourney documentation “The --chaos or --c parameter influences how varied the initial image grids are. High --chaos values will produce more unusual and unexpected results and compositions. Lower --chaos values have more reliable, repeatable results.”

a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.
a sinister being guarding a gateway to another dimension. Cinematic. HD. HR giger.

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