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HOW TO GENERATE GREAT AI WALL ART

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Here’s our latest quick guide on the basics of writing text prompts for AI image generation to render the visuals you were looking for.


  • Text prompts should be at least 3-7 words long
  • AI prompts should include a subject (person, object, or location) and descriptors (adverbs and adjectives that describe the subject).
  • Avoid using abstract concepts because they lead to inconsistent results; use concrete nouns instead.
  • Aesthetic and style keywords and phrases can add the finishing touches to the rendering.

    Text Prompts
    To understand text prompts imagine that you are speaking with an artist about what you want them to create. You would include a subject (the main focus of the visual), what the subject is doing, where, and how, along with additional descriptive words to describe the rendering's visual style.

    Use At Least 3-7 Words
    There is no single correct way of writing text prompts for generative AI platforms, but most prompt engineers would agree, that textual prompts should be at least 3-7 words long if you’re looking to render something more detailed and less abstract.

    While you don’t need to strictly abide by these rules, but if you’re looking for a more detailed and complex rendering, then a 3-7 word text prompt would be your best bet. The more descriptive your text prompt, the easier it is for the AI to understand what you’re looking for.

    Subject: The Who and What of Text Prompts
    As with human artists, AI image generators need a subject to render. This can be a person, object, or location that will be the main focus of your rendered image. You can use prompts with more than one subject, but to keep things simple for now, let’s keep it at 1 subject per text prompt.

    Pro tip: Avoid using abstract concepts (love, hate, justice, infinity, joy) as subjects. You can most certainly render something using these keywords, but the results will be very inconsistent in what they depict. Use concrete nouns (human, cup, dog, planet, headphones) as the subject of your prompt for more accurate results.

    Similar to sentences in English, the subject must be a noun. Some simple examples would be human, car, forest, apple, living room interior, and soda can. The AI can successfully generate an image from any of these nouns alone, but to get more detailed and complex AI renderings, you need to create a more descriptive text prompt.

    Descriptors: The Doing What, Where, and How
    To add more complexity to your rendering and help the AI narrow down what images to use as references, you need to utilize descriptors. While any word that describes the subject of the text prompt can be considered a descriptor, these tend to be verbs and adjectives that answer questions like:

    What is happening? What is the subject doing? How is the subject doing this? What’s happening around the subject? What does the subject look like? To illustrate this point, we did a little experiment with our Let’s Enhance Image Generator and tried to render a raccoon that is reading. The rendering on the left was rendered when we simply entered the text prompt “raccoon reading”. And while the AI was able to generate the subject and one descriptor successfully, the example is still rather simple.

    On the right, however, the prompt contains two additional descriptors “a book” and “in a library”. These additional descriptors allowed the AI to narrow down the reference photos, thus rendering an image far more complex than its counterpart with a far more simplistic text prompt.

    Pro tip: Experiment with descriptors to see how they affect different aspects of the image. Descriptors are not a definite science and may yield wildly different results, so mix and match them to see what the results look like.

    Keep in mind, that it is really a matter of preference and necessity whether you use additional descriptors and how many. If you’re looking for a simple rendering of a finch, simply typing in “finch” in the text prompt is going to be enough for most AI image generators.

    But the far more descriptive text prompt of the example on the right demonstrates how accurately the AI can render a more detailed visual thanks to additional descriptors, such as “a tiny”, “on a branch”, “with spring flowers on the background”.

    Aesthetic and Style: How the Rendering Will Look
    Finally, the last bit of a common text prompt for generative AI platforms are keywords and phrases that add the finishing touches to the rendering. These last few words will determine the style, framing, and overall aesthetic of the composition. Keywords like “photo”, “oil painting”, or “3D sculpture” work really well in this section. You can also use prompts like “close up”, “wide shot”, or “portrait” for additional framing options.

    And there’s also the option of choosing an art style, as well as naming specific artists whose work you wish the AI to imitate. In the example above, the Let’s Enhance Image Generator was told to render an impressionist painting in the style of Vincent Van Gogh of the Batmobile stuck in LA traffic.
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    How to transform your image into a mural print.


    This article is to help you understand how to transform your image into a mural print.

    Yes, we're talking about huge prints  that will cover your entire wall for an immersive experience ! 

    We are going to talk to you about all the options you'll have, the requirements  and installation, of course process.

    There's no actual limit to the size that you can have your print

    Since your peel and stick wall mural will be arriving in sections, you can get any amount of strips that you need to make for a very easy installation

    To get things started, if you want a sharp image, you will preferably need a high resolution image.

    Nowadays, most digital cameras can provide 5000 to 8000 pixels in a single shot

    One good trick is called image stitching which is a process of combining multiple shots with overlapping fields to produce one massive panoramic image!

    Of course, this is all based on how sharp you actually need your image and how close you're going to be from your print

    Images for mural prints are processed at 150 dpi which means we'll most likely upscale your  image

    Let's say, for a 10ft wall, you'll need at least 8000 pixels wide to get some sharp details

    With new 40 megapixel+ cameras, this is easily achievable

    If you need help figuring out if your image is large enough for a mural print,

    look into our DPI calculator and our image size analyzer on our website.

    https://www.pictorem.com/dpicalculator.html


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    All this being said, keep in mind that, in most cases, you'll be looking at your mural from at least 3 or 4 feet away from your wall so don't be too worried if your resolution is not quite on the mark

    We take pride in offering the best possible results for your image.

    To make that happen, we don't make any compromises in our hardware, our material and, most importantly, our customer service.

    Every single order is important to us and we take the time to review every single image that comes in

    So if we notice any needed fine tuning or optimization, you can have peace of mind that we'll always keep you in the loop

    We use state-of-the-art 10-color printers which provides the best printing resolution and color range for mural prints and we are very proud to offer the most vibrant color reproduction in the industry.  

    As for the material, we use a sturdy, repositionable peel-and-stick vinyl

    It has a subtle, matte, linen texture to it which helps absorb light and cover any imperfections on your wall, it's extremely easy to install and it's very forgiving

    Installation

    If you have a long wall, we suggest that you start from the center which will ensure the straightest installation

    Peel and stick wall mural can be installed on a wide variety of smooth surfaces such

    as gypsum boards, wood, glass, metal and some plastic panels.

    The surface has to be clean, smooth, dry, and free of moisture


    Peel down about 6" from the top of your Panel.

    To minimize any deformation, apply the wall mural with minimal tension

    and remove the protective paper about a foot and make sure not to remove too much at one time

    Smooth out the wall mural by using the plastic scraper (which we will be provided with your order) starting from the center and working your way towards the edges of the panel

    As I mentioned earlier, the peel and stick wall mural is very forgiving

    So if you made a mistake, went a bit crooked or see an air bubble you can peel the mural back at reapply it with ease

    And don't forget to apply a good pressure to insure adherence, especially towards the edges of each panel

    Mural prints arrive in 50" inch sections, and each section has a half an inch with a guideline to help you with your installation

    Once all the panels are installed you can cut off  the excess with a utility knife.

    With our imaging processing service, our state of the art printing equipment and easy to install wall vinyl, we are convinced we will be able to provide the best impact for your project. 

    Get Creative with your next Acrylic print


    This article is all about acrylics prints.

    If you want to bring a contemporary look, to your home, your office or any other space you want to "dress up",  this is the choice for you ,and we are going to guide you through all the different options available.

    We print on the back of an optically pure acrylic sheet using the latest flatbed printer and we print right up to the edges of the acrylic, to provide a very neat finish.

    Size

    First up - Size. We can print any custom size you want - ranging from a small 8x8 all the way up to a majestic 96x48.  So if you want a large panoramic picture, or to even create a multi panel print, the only limit is your imagination.

    Mounting options

    We also offer different mounting options.

    The most popular configuration is a back mount frame. We have a black layer at the back of the acrylic print and this option will give your print a frame with a wire, so it's ready for easy hanging. It will also give the impression that your acrylic is floating slightly away from the wall.

    You can also display your acrylic print with Aluminum Stand offs. It will be at the same distance from the wall, about 3/4 of an inch.  They are installed on each corner, so be sure to double check that we don't cut off any signature or crucial visual elements on your image. If you have a large acrylic, we suggest that you install more than 4 stand offs for a maximum distance between each stand off of about 40 inches. This will prevent your acrylic from bending.

    Thickness

    We offer 2 different thicknesses. You have the choice between 1/8" inch and 3/16".  

    The 1/8 is already a great choice. It's very light and will remain flat if you are using a back mount frame.

    The 3/16 thickness is a good option if you want to provide a greater optical depth, or when you have a large print to prevent the acrylic from bending between the stand offs, but it does add more weight.

    Transparency

    You can really explore your creativity with transparency.   We can print on specific areas only, and you can even go with a multi layer effect.  If you want to print your logo, or any other background-free visual, it's simple. Just provide us with a PNG or Photoshop file with a transparent area.  

    You can create very interesting lighting effects with partial transparency like this "frost" effect. We will partially print the white layer so only the colors are fully printed.This looks absolutely stunning in natural light.

    And if you want to use the acrylic on a lightbox with LEDs on the back, we can make a (backlit)  print . All these printing options are available on our website.

    Shape

    We can also cut the acrylic any way you want.  For example we can create rounded corners.

    ... or even  a circular print. Again, these options are all available on our website.

    https://www.pictorem.com/acrylic-print.html


    Choosing the right type of Canvas for your art.


    Let's talk about the different type finishes that you can choose for your canvas prints!

    The choice of your finish will have a big impact in the overall result and effect that you’re going for, so choosing the right one is an important first step!

    MATTE

    This canvas has a weight of 410 grams per meter. It’s a pure white, polyester cotton blend. It’s very strong, durable and natural feel to it.

    The matte finish of this canvas provides a fine art look that works extremely well for photography, abstract paintings and everything else in between. It is a great all around canvas!

    MATTE VARNISH

    The matte varnish canvas is also called “satin canvas” because of the subtle shine that runs through it.

    The matte varnish finish adds an extra layer of protection to resist scratches and fingerprints so if your reproducing an image that has lots of black in it, this product is and ideal choice and one that you might want to consider!

    SEMI-GLOSS

    On top of adding an extra layer of protection, colors will come out more vibrant so you can expect richer blacks and very vivid colors with this finish! Depending on the lighting, you can really see the texture of the canvas which can give an awesome complimentary effect to your artwork. Great choice if you want your colors to pop with an extra glossy look!

    Semi-gloss canvas adds an extra layer of protection and the colors will appear more vibrant, so you can expect richer blacks and very vivid colors with this finish!

    Depending on the lighting, you can really see the texture of the canvas which can give an awesome complimentary effect to your artwork. It is an exceptional choice if you want your colors to pop with an extra glossy look!

    SILVER CANVAS

    Silver canvas comes with a silver color base coat embedded into it. This means that all the white that you would normally see on a regular canvas will become silver, and all the other colors will come out looking metallic. We’ve seen some amazing photography and illustrations printed on this material that are simply mind-blowing!

    KNIFE VARNISH

    We call this canvas option the knife varnish process. With this technique, we can mimic or create paint strokes to give a more authentic look to a painting or simply add an extra textured look to a photograph.

    EPOXY COATING

    This process is the "showstopper". The epoxy coating will give your print a very luxurious, ultra high gloss finish.

    This is the showstopper! The epoxy coating will give your print a very luxurious, ultra high-gloss finish.

    This finish adds extra weight to the canvas so to make sure that the canvas doesn't buckle when adding the resin coat, we attach a masonite board behind the canvas. A canvas print with an epoxy coating requires more time and effort to produce, however, the results are totally worth it!



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