I used AI to create star sign-inspired art and the results are amazing

By Monica Athnasious

Published Feb 24, 2022 at 09:30 AM

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The world of AI, particularly AI art, has only continued to explode in popularity over the last year—with many users online utilising its power to create incredible works. The most viral artist, of course, has been Hidreley Diao who has wow-ed the internet with his real-life depictions of cartoon characters as well as his AI imaginings of what deceased celebrities would look if they were still alive today. But as AI becomes more and more accessible, people everywhere can utilise the tool for creative purposes.

In fact, a trend surfacing on TikTok features people using AI image generators to depict everything from movies, songs, anime, celebrities, star signs and even fast food restaurants. And well, I thought I’d give it a try too. Using the AI-powered artwork tool Wombo, I put in the star signs to see what it would create—hello, it was a 2222 portal day on Tuesday—and well, the results were incredible.

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