MIDJOURNEY GUIDE FOR BEGINNERS
Here is a Midjourney guide for Beginners : The AI Art Generator. How to start using Midjourney from scratch to create images. Midjourney is a Text-To-Image generator that creates art from text in seconds by using artificial intelligence. As mentioned on the official website, Midjourney is an independent research lab exploring new mediums of thought and expanding the imaginative powers of the human species.
Generating images with AI can be a fun and creative experience, Here a page explaining how to start. As Midjourney requires to use the Discord tool, you will find a short tutorial explaining how to create images from scratch. This Midjourney guide for beginners should help anybody who want to embrace the Text-To-Image amazing tool.
Click on “REGISTER”
Fill the form with your information (email address, name, date of birth…)
Once your Discord account is created, go back to the Discord Login page
Enter your login and your password
Once you get access on Discord
Click on the Midjourney symbol on the left side
You will access the Midjourney room then
WELCOME on MIDJOURNEY !!!
You are now in the Midjourney Discord room and you can start creating your own images
On the left side, here a menu with different Midjourney forums.
Feel free to have a look
You can choose one of the forum in the left Menu
In this case, I chose “Newbie-45” and I can see what other users are creating
To create my images, I type my prompt on the prompt field below
First, you need to type /imagine and then enter your prompt
Midjourney will create 4 different images then related to my prompt
U1 is the image on Top on the left
U2 is the image on Top on the right
U3 is the image on the bottom on the left
U4 is the image on the bottom on the right
To get a bigger version of the image you prefer, you just need to click on U1 or U2 or U3 or U4
In this case I click on U1
The U1 image will be generated in a larger version
Once it is done, you just need to click on it and download it
Also, you can create variant versions of the image you prefer by clicking on V1, V2, V3 or V4