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A glimpse into BREATHE APRIL 28

How would you visualize the world of Breathe? The first story published with image was a mini featuring Tysha back in 2003. If you are not familiar with the characters or world I’ll be excited to share more details in future posts. But If you do any sketches of your take – tag me if you do your own take.

Here is my continued experimentation getting friendly with my new AI co-workers with today’s thought as visualized with the aid of Midjourney. working on an ongoing series. 

I’m using my name and threading it into strings as I’ve attempted to find the right string of words and prompt pairings to art direct an “attilaadorjany type detail or material or style” or “in the style of AttilaAdorjany” a 3D render or illustration, but these represent clean versions of my total art direction from thumbnails to previews of our game worlds. These are unaltered by me outside of Midjourney and are *not* what I would call finished more a look into my skechbook. I’m representing ideas and characters from our original worlds and doing so with as much authenticity as possible.

I’ve established a sort of code-of-conduct for myself when utilizing AI: I won’t use any artist’s name, as a reference point for style, nor any famous IP or person’s name when inputting my set of instructions; I want to avoid the obvious pitfalls of these tools, and am doing my best to not create a scenario where I’d be accused of any sort of plagiarism. My intention is to use this as a tool of expediency, to render polished mock-ups or layer elements for use in UnrealEngine and or as part of an animation or narrative sequence combining other traditional materials as I work in the ways I’ve always done.

Trying to find the right language to remain ethical as I represent and market our company’s IPs, brand, and my own work is important to me and something I feel is worth mentioning. For years I’ve shared access to my original characters protected under the Creative Commons. So it might be a challenge but I’m hoping if I share the process through my channels I can help others find the right communication tools to continue to work ethically. To share knowledge and promote this idea as I have done in the past. A worthwhile challenge I think. I hope you think so too.

My commonly used “traditional” tools are:


My commonly used digital tools are:


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