This debate is starting to feel a bit charged and I'm sensing that there is a wall, preventing effective communication. Could be my fault. I am leaving. Good luck, all.
Please don’t be deterred from joining in future conversation Fyri - it’s not your fault. Debate is only worth joining in on when it’s intelligent debate, not when things get petty.This debate is starting to feel a bit charged and I'm sensing that there is a wall, preventing effective communication. Could be my fault. I am leaving. Good luck, all.
The argument will come down to, is an AI engine a tool like any other software, or should we give it special status because it might generate some sketchy material? The court WILL decide that it is a tool like any other software because to grant it special status is to open the floodgates on the definition of authorship and will result in dozens, if not hundreds of lawsuits that don't need to occur. Courts always strive for plain meaning, and the plainest interpreptation is that the author is the person inputting the prompt, and the engine is just the software used to execute the artist's vision, no different than using CorelDraw. Now, if they wanted to start selling the AI engine, that's a different story. THEN it becomes a simple matter of licensing no different than using CorelDraw, which grants you a license to use their software freely for commercial purposes--because that is what it is designed for.What I mean is that the courts don't have this figured out yet. It would not be easy or an instant "laugh in your face" deal. It is a issue that is currently being studied and lots will likely be changing because of it. People have rights that are being messed with. A decision on how to deal with that has not yet been made. It is not an easy debate.
Not true at all--please don't mistake it as narrow-mindedness. I would love to be able to afford commissions because then I wouldn't have to wrangle with idiot AIs. Believe me, I'm all for artists. But to me, AI is no different than using a Wacom's digital brushes, just uses a different input format. And it's emminently more affordable and instantaneous than having to go back and forth with an artist who may or may not correctly interpret your directions. I mean, from one perspective, using an artist to produce commissions is no different than using an AI--to the person buying the art. You still have to type in your description with details and hope that the artist (like the AI) will interpret them correctly. I don't think AI is going to do away with artists, either--if nothing else, it's going to force artists as a collective whole to get better as a matter of necessity, and the digital works that will be produced by humans will continue to improve until they're so spectacular, they'll be featured in museums. I've seen landscapes on dA I would hang as quality art, and they're entirely digital.Michael - you’re being so narrow minded. It’s like you’re blind to the fact that art and design is an entire industry where people make their livelihoods. You wouldn’t go to the doctor or dentist or lawyer and say, ‘nah, I don’t want to pay that much’ or otherwise not take them seriously, or worse, not pay them at all for their services, no that would be unthinkable. But within the art and design industry it’s all too common, because it’s not taken seriously. You are one such individual who does not see that we are people who have legitimate skills and want to you know, make a living and not be destitute too. Your attitude undermines this.
I've worked with Fiverr for artists and had some great experiences (and a couple not-so-great). The last time I checked Fiverr, though, it was swamped with artists who were offering to create the best AI art and fix it up for you. The number of people offering regular art has gone way down, and their prices have gone way up.
Here is the finally done hand-drawn book cover ( in a new thread I will publish the translated summary on the back)
Hope you like it
Then why are you in an AI book cover thread at all? Not understanding the motiviation, here. The OP was clearly seeking AI generators for his book cover.Like I said above, once you post its AI, I am not interested. These AI artists can go jump in a lake. Bring me the real thing, or don't waste my time.
yes, it is drawn by my friend, and artist, called carmraz0m0r on Instagram. She is quite skillfullIs this really hand drawn? Or is that meant to be cheeky? I am not sure.
I'd say, wow, that pretty impressive if you drew that, and I like it....
But therein lies the hidden truth. It hits me on two levels. One is, its visually impressive. The other is that its impressive that someone could make that on their own. Without the second, its just 'Yawn'. I know AI can do it.
And the crime is, it may be entirely your own creation, but since you are here talking about using AI, I will forever question. Don't let that be your reputation.
As it is, I believe you made it, and its nice.
Okay, while we’re at it just make AI generated novels, you know, since art doesn’t matter anymore! And also seeing as we’re putting so little value into the creation of the books themselves, why bother making the writing have even an ounce of human made touch if the cover doesn’t. If anyone lurks on this website I at least want to make it clear that I think there is immense value in creating something without the use of AI.
There are some things AI can be good for, but not for this.
My point is ignored by you because you’re ignorant.Your point is ignored as it violates the rules of debate. The argument wasn't about AI generated novels, that's you using false equivalency and a straw man argument as a red herring.
Feel free to send us money to afford human-created works. PM me for my bank routing information. I myself will need at least $12,000.
If you wanted me to block you because you can't hold an adult conversation, all you had to do was ask.My point is ignored by you because you’re ignorant.
Feel free to not engage with me anymore, and enjoy trying to make money from your unoriginal AI generated dribble.