So I have a little Owl. He emerged spontaneously this week after I made a collage to demonstrate how to do collage at work. I went with that idea and turned the image into an owl, and added the branch. His eyes ended up looking funky. So next, I scanned it and digitally attempted to alter it on Coral Painter. See below for the original (before digital alterations).
I’m not sure that looked any better. It maybe even got worse! The eyes got bigger and bigger! So next, I turned to AI. Well, my Studio Artist 5.5 is a simple AI program, but all I really know how to do now is add filters, so it’s just about as AI as a photo filter, except you can see the steps it’s taking to transform the image. Below, you can see different versions. I made 26 all together, experimenting. The ones below I like the best.
This next one took one AI version of the Owl but erased everything but the owl so that the original digital version of thevbackground and branch remained.
God-lover, artist, writer, art therapist, dreamer, minister. I see life as an adventure of overcoming and bringing light to dark places. I have overcome extensive trauma and sexual abuse and now I share my testimony and teach/preach what God has to say about the recovery process through both logos and rhema words. I love nature, dancing, worship, and all creative expressions. I have a heart to see families restored, curses reversed, and generational blessings released.
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2 thoughts on “The Owl that Could”
Oh I love it! 😍The original is my favorite!
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Aw, thank you!!