In the AI-generated image world, the Midjourney
--weird parameter brings new feelings.
It makes images exciting and different.
It brings back the early weirdness that made AI-generated images so intriguing.
This experimental feature introduces quirky and offbeat qualities to your generated images, resulting in unique and unexpected outcomes.
Before we jump into experimenting, let's check some more info about compatibility and its value!
The Weird Parameter: A Closer Look
--weird parameter, released with Midjourney V5.2.
It accepts values from 0 to 3000, with the default value of 0.
The parameter's effect varies depending on the subject matter, and it's compatible with Midjourney model versions 5, 5.1, and 5.2.
|Compatibility with --weird
Also, is important to notice,
--weird is not fully compatible with the seed parameter.
To use weird parameter, we have to add
--weird or a shorter variant
-w in our prompt:
Now that we understand the --weird parameter, it's time to start experimenting with it!
Experimenting with the Weird Parameter
--weird value is dependent on the prompt and requires experimentation.
Users are advised to start with smaller values such as 250 or 500 and then adjust up or down.
For a generation to be conventionally attractive and weird, try mixing higher
--stylize values with
For instance, consider the following examples:
--weird parameter is highly experimental and the optimal value is dependent on the prompt.
Don't be afraid to experiment with different values to achieve the desired effect.
Midjourney Weird vs Chaos vs Stylize: The Differences
On the other hand,
--weird controls how unusual an image is compared to previous Midjourney images.
Here's a simple table to illustrate the differences:
|Controls how unusual an image is compared to previous Midjourney images
|Controls how diverse the initial grid images are from each other
|Controls how strongly Midjourney's default aesthetic is applied
--weird parameter is a highly experimental feature that allows users to explore unconventional aesthetics in AI-generated images.
It's a tool for creativity and experimentation, enabling users to generate unique and unexpected outcomes.