8k, low angle portrait, photographic, Hyperrealism, Blonde boy, photography, depth of field f2.8 3.5, 25mm lens, Eastman Kodak Color Negative film 5251 50T shot on panavision super
C3PO, Steampunk style, 8k, low angle portrait, photographic, Hyperrealism, Eastman Kodak Color Negative film 5251 50T shot on panavision super, by Jean-Pierre Gibrat, Winsor McCay and Ralph Mcquarrie –ar 2:3 –q 5 –v 4 –s 750 –upbeta – Upscaled (Beta) by @Windur
beautiful young lady meditate, Dressed in a sleek and form-fitting bodysuit, draped in textiles made of a shimmering silver material, holographic displays, floating orbs of neon light, very detailed face, proportional face, open eyes, photorealistic, very detailed arms and hands, sharp focus, ultra realistic, ultra detailed, gold and orange subtle accents, technicolor old movie film grain scratches dirt and imperfections. film lighting, cinematic lighting, photographic, Eastman Kodak Color Negative film 5251 50T shot on panavision super p –v 4 –s 750 –upbeta – Upscaled (Light) by @Windur
Embroidered Opulent Gilded Skull, wet, Frazetta, beksiński, Nicolas de Stael –ar 2:3 –c 3 –v 4 –s 750 –upbeta – Upscaled (Beta) by @Windur (relaxed)
astronaut woman sitting and meditating, the divine is within, mystic and esoteric symbols in nature, wearing a beautiful filigree dress, lotus flower pond in background, balloons, gold and orange subtle accents, technicolor old movie film grain scratches dirt and imperfections. film lighting. . very detailed face, proportional face, open eyes, photorealistic, very detailed arms and hands, sharp focus, ultra realistic, ultra detailed, cinematic lighting, photographic, Eastman Kodak Color Negative film 5251 50T shot on panavision super p –v 4
Stylize: –s (0-1000)………. adds more of the Midjourney look
Quality: –q (.25-5)………… “baking time”, from “close to prompt” to “more processed “
Chaos Score: –c (1-100).. from “Standard” to “Experimental”
Weight ::1 to ::5
May be used with a bracket “woman from the 70 ties [looking at a retro TV]::3 in a park
|#||Style||Artist #1||Artist #2||Artist #3||Artist #4|
|1||Anaglyph Filter||Ivan Aivazovsky||Affandi||Hirohiko Araki||Karl Blossfeldt|
|2||Blueprint||Yoshitaka Amano||Leonid Afremov||Shinji Aramaki||William S Burroughs|
|3||Brutalism||Wes Anderson||Ivan Albright||Diane Arbus||Kaethe Butcher|
|4||Chalk Art||Esao Andrews||Cuno Amiet||Tex Avery||Alexander Milne Calder|
|5||Chillwave||Giuseppe Arcimboldo||Charles Angrand||Harriet Backer||Mat Collishaw|
|6||Colored Pencil Art||John James Audubon||Artgerm||Peter Bagge||Nicolas Delort|
|7||Cottagecore||Francis Bacon||Frank Auerbach||Tom Bagshaw||Stanley Donwood|
|8||Crayon Art||Karol Bak||Milton Avery||Christopher Balaskas||Richard Doyle|
|9||Cyanotype||Banksy||Max Beckmann||Cicely Mary Barker||Glen Fabry|
|10||Dark Academia||Jean-Michel Basquiat||Émile Bernard||Carl Barks||Shepard Fairey|
|11||Digital Art||Bauhaus||Charles Blackman||Jules Bastien-Lepage||Joe Fenton|
|12||Dutch Golden Age||Beeple||Marius Borgeaud||Aubrey Beardsley||Paul Gustav Fischer|
|13||Fractalism||Zdzislaw Beksinski||Bernard Buffet||Elsa Beskow||Dan Flavin|
|14||Fresco||Zdzisław Beksiński||Charles E. Burchfield||Enki Bilal||Thomas Gainsborough|
|15||Futuresynth||John Berkey||David Burliuk||Quentin Blake||Hope Gangloff|
|16||German Romanticism||Albert Bierstadt||Jack Butler Yeats||John Blanche||Laurie Greasley|
|17||Glitch Art||Ivan Bilibin||Ray Caesar||Don Bluth||Sir James Guthrie|
|18||Gothic Art||Alexander Bogen||Marcel Chagall||Franklin Booth||Ryan Hewett|
|19||Graffiti||Hieronymous Bosch||Marcell Chagall||Sam Bosma||Hannah Hoch|
|20||Hyperrealism||Johfra Bosschart||Marc Chagall||Austin Briggs||Carl Holsoe|
|21||Infrared||Sandro Botticelli||Yanjun Cheng||Raymond Briggs||Aaron Horkey|
|22||Lovecraftian||Noah Bradley||Pieter Claesz||Patrick Brown||Ralph Horsley|
|23||Magic Realism||Gerald Brom||Henri-Edmond Cross||Bob Byerley||Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser|
|24||Multiple Exposure||Jim Burns||Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka||Zhichao Cai||William Henry Hunt|
|25||Narrative Realism||Caravaggio||Stuart Davis||Randolph Caldecott||Ismail Inceoglu|
|26||Oil and Canvas||Thomas Cole||Elaine de Kooning||Eddie Campbell||Bjarke Ingels|
|27||Outrun||John Constable||Willem de Kooning||Pascale Campion||Shotaro Ishinomori|
|28||Outrun||Camille Corot||Beauford Delaney||Annibale Carracci||Ub Iwerks|
|29||Photorealism||Walter Crane||Anna Dittmann||Santiago Caruso||Ruan Jia|
|30||Realism||Salvador Dalí||Otto Dix||Harry Clarke||Kim Jung Gi|
|31||Retrowave||Geof Darrow||Arthur Dove||Richard Corben||M.W. Kaluta|
|32||Sabattier Effect||Eugene Delacroix||Philippe Druillet||Lovis Corinth||Terada Katsuya|
|33||Sabattier Filter||Paul Delvaux||El Greco||Joseph Cornell||Hendrik Kerstens|
|34||Sketched||Jean Delville||Dean Ellis||Gustave Courbet||Brian Kesinger|
|35||Still Life||Vincent Di Fate||Peter Elson||Craola||Adonna Khare|
|36||Street Art||Edmund Dulac||James Ensor||Robert Crumb||Tatsuro Kiuchi|
|37||Surrealism||Albrecht Dürer||Lyonel Feininger||Krenz Cushart||Jon Klassen|
|38||Synthwave||Eyvind Earle||Virgil Finlay||Farel Dalrymple||Yves Klein|
|39||Vaporwave||Bob Eggleton||Lucian Freud||Honoré Daumier||Heinrich Kley|
|40||Watercolor Painting||Larry Elmore||Jack Gaughan||Jack Davis||Daniel Ridgway Knight|
|41||2001: a Space Odyssey||Ed Emshwiller||Milton Glaser||Craig Davison||Nick Knight|
|42||Aaahh!!! Real Monsters||M.C. Escher||Natalia Goncharova||Walter Percy Day||Daniel Ridgway Knights|
|43||Aaahh!!! Real Monsters||John Philip Falter||Edward Gorey||Michael Deforge||Satoshi Kon|
|44||Afrofuturism||Chris Foss||Carne Griffiths||Martin Deschambault||Hugh Kretschmer|
|45||Anime||Lisa Frank||Matt Groening||Brian Despain||Kengo Kuma|
|46||Avant-garde||Caspar David Friedrich||William Gropper||Tony DiTerlizzi||Abigail Larson|
|47||Avatar the Last Airbender||H. R. (Hans Ruedi) Giger||George Grosz||Steve Ditko||Jeffrey T. Larson|
|48||Blade Runner 2049||Jean Giraud||Philip Guston||Dave Dorman||Carl Larsson|
|49||Bokeh||Francisco Goya||Ernst Haeckel||Tim Doyle||Dorothy Lathrop|
|50||Bokeh||Rebecca Guay||Marsden Hartley||Joseph Ducreux||Edward Lear|
|51||Calotype||John Harris||Erich Heckel||Jason Edmiston||André Leblanc|
|52||Camcorder Effect||Lawren Harris||Patrick Heron||Kilian Eng||Alan Lee|
|53||Coraline||Winslow Homer||Miho Hirano||Elliott Erwitt||Jim Lee|
|54||Cubism||Edward Hopper||Howard Hodgkin||Anton Fadeev||Jeff Lemire|
|55||Daguerreotype||John Howe||John Hoyland||Roberto Ferri||Malcolm Liepke|
|56||Danny Phantom||Alexander Jansson||Audrey Kawasaki||Howard Finster||Jeremy Lipking|
|57||Danny Phantom||James Jean||Rockwell Kent||Paul Gustave Fischer||Michal Lisowski|
|58||Dexter’s Lab||Frida Kahlo||Jack Kirby||Kaja Foglio||Cory Loftis|
|59||Digimon||Wassily Kandinsky||Ayami Kojima||Phil Foglio||Travis Louie|
|60||Doge||Felix-Kelly||Oskar Kokoschka||Hal Foster||Clive Madgwick|
|61||Dreamworks||John Frederick Kensett||Käthe Kollwitz||Goro Fujita||Jeremy Mann|
|62||Dreamworks||Thomas Kinkade||Leon Kossoff||Stephen Gammell||Sally Mann|
|63||Eraserhead||Paul Klee||Alfred Kubin||Anne Geddes||Chris Mars|
|64||Expressionism||Gustav Klimt||Yayoi Kusama||Jeremy Geddes||Otto Marseus van Schrieck|
|65||Fantastic Planet||Jeff Koons||Raphael Lacoste||Justin Gerard||Leiji Matsumoto|
|66||Fantastic Planet||Ilya Kuvshinov||Wilfredo Lam||Atey Ghailan||Todd McFarlane|
|67||Figurativism||Paul Lehr||Heinrich Lefler||Dave Gibbons||Angus McKie|
|68||Fisheye Lens||Rene Magritte||Edmund Leighton||J. J. Grandville||Ian McQue|
|69||Game of Thrones||Don Maitz||J.C. Leyendecker||Mab Graves||Eddie Mendoza|
|70||Garfield||John Martin||Roy Lichtenstein||Kate Greenaway||Adolph Menzel|
|71||Gothic||Peter Max||Rob Liefeld||Asaf Hanuka||Mike Mignola|
|72||Harry Potter||Robert McCall||Dora Maar||Tomer Hanuka||Russ Mills|
|73||Holography||Ralph McQuarrie||August Macke||Ryohei Hase||Kentaro Miura|
|74||Holography||Syd Mead||Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh||David Hockney||Kent Monkman|
|75||Howl’s Moving Castle||Frank Miller||Lee Madgwick||Hundertwasser||Alyssa Monks|
|76||Impressionism||Moebius||Édouard Manet||Jeffrey Catherine Jones||William Morris|
|77||Interstellar||Mœbius||Franz Marc||Chris LaBrooy||John Kenn Mortensen|
|78||Interstellar||Chris Moore||André Masson||Frederick Lord Leighton||Augustus Edwin Mulready|
|79||Inverted Colors||Alphonse Mucha||Henri Matisse||Laurie Lipton||Gerhard Munthe|
|80||Johnny Bravo||Dan Mumford||Roberto Matta||Taiyō Matsumoto||Go Nagai|
|81||Johnny Bravo||Ted Nasmith||Rodney Matthews||Jean-Baptiste Monge||Tibor Nagy|
|82||Lawrence of Arabia||Victo Ngai||David B. Mattingly||Sven Nordqvist||Helmut Newton|
|83||Long Exposure||Rafal Olbinski||Marco Mazzoni||Beatrix Potter||Dustin Nguyen|
|84||Long Exposure||Raffeaello Ossola||Dave McKean||Gerhard Richter||Kay Nielsen|
|85||Lord of the Rings||Adam Paquette||Kelly McKernan||Apollonia Saintclair||Masaaki Sasamoto|
|86||Mac and Cheese||Agnes Lawrence Pelton||Daniel Merriam||Art Spiegelman||Chiharu Shiota|
|87||Macro Lens||Bruce Pennington||Jean Metzinger||Ben Templesmith||Matti Suuronen|
|88||Macro Lens||Jackson Pollock||Michaelangelo||Patrick Woodroffe||James Turrell|
|89||Manga||Gediminas Pranckevicius||Ian Miller||Fenghua Zhong||Kuang Hong|
|90||Modernism||Robert Rauschenberg||Joan Miro||Zaha Hadid||Graham Ingels|
|91||Monster Rancher||Diego Rivera||Joan Miró||Petros Afshar||Lisa Keene|
|92||Moulin Rouge!||Hubert Robert||Paula Modersohn-Becker||Hiromu Arakawa||Prateep Kochabua|
|93||Myst||Andreas Rocha||Amedeo Modigliani||Grzegorz Domaradzki||Jason Limon|
|94||Myst||Norman Rockwell||Sailor Moon||Ueda Fumito||William Logsdail|
|95||Naturalism||Bob Ross||Gustave Moreau||Rodel Gonzalez||Antti Lovag|
|96||Nosferatu||Egon Schiele||Robert Motherwell||Jordan Grimmer||Johji Manabe|
|97||Optical Illusion||Ivan Shishkin||Gabriele Münter||Huang Guangjian||Takasaki Masaharu|
|98||Pan’s Labyrinth||Marc Simonetti||Edvard Munch||shikki|
|99||Pixar||Zack Snyder||Hiroshi Nagai||Ruan Jian|
|100||Pixar||Joaquín Sorolla||Alice Neel||Miles Johnston|
|101||Pokémon||Simon Stalenhag||Odd Nerdrum||Sam Mayle|
|102||Pokémon||Tom Thomson||Sidney Nolan|
|103||Polaroid||Ross Tran||Emil Nolde|
|104||Positivism||J.M.W. Turner||Earl Norem|
|105||Powerpuff Girls||Vincent Van Gogh||Georgia O’Keeffe|
|106||Pride & Prejudice||Rembrandt van Rijn||Terry Oakes|
|107||Rococo||Esteban Vicente||Noriyoshi Ohrai|
|108||Salad Fingers||Louis Wain||Méret Oppenheim|
|109||Scooby Doo||Ron Walotsky||Keith Parkinson|
|110||Shrek||Andy Warhol||Maxfield Parrish|
|111||Slenderman||Tim White||Max Pechstein|
|112||Spaceghost Coast to Coast||Liam Wong||John Perceval|
|113||Spaceghost Coast to Coast||Jacek Yerka||Coles Phillips|
|114||Spongebob Squarepants||Yuumei||Francis Picabia|
|115||Star Wars||Amir Zand||Pablo Picasso|
|116||Star Wars||Laurel Burch||Anton Pieck|
|117||Stranger Things||Edgar Degas||Bonnard Pierre|
|118||Stranger Things||Sonia Delaunay||Yuri Ivanovich Pimenov|
|119||Stuckism||Asher Brown Durand||Robert Antoine Pinchon|
|120||Studio Ghibli||Giovanni Battista Gaulli||Giovanni Battista Piranesi|
|121||Super Mario Bros.||Donato Giancola||Camille Pissarro|
|122||Super Mario Bros.||John Atkinson Grimshaw||Candido Portinari|
|123||Symbolism||James Gurney||Beatrix Potter|
|124||Telephoto Lens||Jamie Hewlett||Arthur Rackham|
|125||The Matrix||Ernst Ludwig Kirchner||Alice Rahon|
|127||Tilt-shift||Claude Monet||Man Ray|
|128||Tintype||Igor Morski||Odilon Redon|
|129||Tonalism||Victor Moscoso||Pierre-Auguste Renoir|
|130||Toonami||Craig Mullins||Conrad Roset|
Dorgohul is a ciy located on the polar tundra, where the vegetation is desolate. Dorgohul grew around a road traveled by merchants on the way to another, larger city, and is comprised of many different races, with the most common race being orcish. They are a patriarchal feudalist autocratic constitutional monarchy that worships many deities, the most common being Hecate.
The nearest landmark is two extremely close peaks with a river flowing between them. Looks like a mountain that was cut in half by the water. A population of 19400, the denizens live a squalid existence. A trial is currently taking place.
Government in Dorgohul
The people of Dorgohul work the land in exchange for working their lord’s lands. Affairs are handled by the supreme leader, the head of whom is Master Angohm Dôm.
Caveat emptor is the guiding philosophy of Dorgohul, and people live a squalid existence because of it. Without any taxes or regulations, the free market reigns supreme here. Welfare is non existent. Citizens can expect the absolute bare minimum of death services. Healthcare and education are totally ignored, and those unable to fend for themselves starve.
Law and Order
There is a strong guard presence enacted by The Death Squad, with citizens seeking to live in the city being forced to undergo background checks. The Death Squad are well armed, and brutality is not unheard of.’ Law in Dorgohul is punitive based, and those that breach the laws can expect hard labor, incarceration, fines, or, in some instances, public execution. Crime is an ugly stain on humanity, to be removed wherever possible. Magic is typically reserved for those with a license. There is some magic, but is mostly for personal use, and sometimes commercial.
“The Death Guard”
Military Army (Somewhat Small)
“The Death Guard is a military army. It’s somewhat old, and the somewhat small faction has an above average reputation, and is motivated by politics. They are rumoured to employ dangerous criminals.”
Dorgohul is policed by The Death Guard, rather than a separate guard. The guard is slightly underfunded, and their equipment sometimes falls into slight disrepair. Their officers are held accountable for their actions, though The Death Guard does not have the funding to perform regular training exercises.
One can recognise a member of The Death Guard by them being ruthless in combat.
Law in Dorgohul
Law in Dorgohul is punitive based, and those that breach the laws can expect hard labor, incarceration, fines, or, in some instances, public execution. Crime is an ugly stain on humanity, to be removed wherever possible.
It’s ruled by Kaa Moutgat, who was the strongest of the group. She is of mild incompetence, and her position is stable due to internal power struggles. Bribes are a regular part of business.
Members of The Death Guard are identifiable by being ruthless in combat. Membership requires a display of bravery, and costs five hundred gold pieces, provided there’s an empty slot. The initiation into The Death Guard involves an oath to be taken.
They have many resources. A handful of artifacts are in their proverbial warchest, as are a handful of favours, and a handful of trade goods.
The Death Guard have some strong allies;
Quite a few wizards and quite a few thieves can be called on for aid. The Death Guard have barely any rivals; A guild of bandits are the enemies of The Death Guard.
“The Dorgohul Wilderness”
Ranger Guild (Slightly Above Average Sized)
“The Dorgohul Wilderness is a rangers guild. It’s brand new, and the slightly above average sized faction has a good reputation, and is motivated by knowledge. They are rumoured to be under investigation.”
It’s ruled by Resh Rathkann, who was the first appointed leader. He is of mild incompetence, and his position is stable due to internal power struggles. Bribes will never be accepted, and will be met with instant excommunication.
Members of The Dorgohul Wilderness are identifiable by the twigs that are strewn throughout their hair. Membership requires referral by an existing member, and costs two hundred gold pieces. The initiation into The Dorgohul Wilderness involves a simple form to be filled.
They have near limitless resources. A significant number of artifacts are part of those resources. Also at their disposal are a handful of favours, a handful of trade goods, and a significant number of gems.
The Dorgohul Wilderness have a decent number of allies;
A veritable army of priests will help if called upon, as will a guild of bards, and a veritable army of artisans. The Dorgohul Wilderness have some enemies; A large number of mercenaries and a guild of bandits are the only that wish The Dorgohul Wilderness ill.
Bandit Gang (Above Average Sized)
“Moonrunners is a bandits gang. It’s well established, and the above average sized faction has an excellent reputation, and is motivated by politics. They are currently recruiting.”
It’s ruled by a board of 10, who were the strongest of the group. They are of mild competence, and their positions on the board are stable due to internal power struggles. Their meetings are held every ten days, and are are held behind closed doors. Bribes to the board will usually be accepted.
Members of Moonrunners are identifiable by their excessively bureaucratic tendencies. Membership requires endorsement by the current leader, and costs a hundred gold pieces. The initiation into Moonrunners involves a secret ritual.
They have limitless resources. A significant number of artifacts are in their proverbial warchest, as are a significant number of gems, a fair few favours, a handful of contacts, and a chest of gold.
Moonrunners have a decent number of allies;
A veritable army of craftsmen will help if called upon, as will a veritable army of thieves, and a veritable army of commoners. Moonrunners have enemies around every corner; A guild of commoners are rivals. Other enemies include a guild of rival bandits and a guild of mercenaries.
“The Rusted Brotherhood”
Assassins Company (Large)
“The Rusted Brotherhood is an assassins company. It’s relatively new, and the large faction has an excellent reputation, and is motivated by money. They are adjusting to a change in leadership.”
It’s ruled by a committee of 6, who were promoted by being the most powerful in the group. They are of mild competence, and their positions on the committee are relatively stable due to internal power struggles. Their meetings are held every day, at 5pm sharp, and are open to anyone. Bribes to the committee will be met with laughter.
Members of The Rusted Brotherhood are identifiable by the ring that members are given. Membership requires a display of bravery, and costs two hundred gold pieces. The initiation into The Rusted Brotherhood involves a secret ritual.
They have extensive resources. A chest of gold are in their proverbial warchest, as are a drawer of blackmail material, a handful of trade goods, and a handful of contacts.
The Rusted Brotherhood have a decent number of allies;
A veritable army of soliders will help if called upon, as will a veritable army of bandits, and a veritable army of commoners. The Rusted Brotherhood have some fearsome enemies; A guild of mercenaries are enemies of The Rusted Brotherhood, as are a guild of mercenaries, and a guild of scholars.
Dorgohûl is comprised of many different races, with the most common race being orcish.
God of Knowledge: Helm
God of Life: Sune
God of Nature: Talos
God of Weather: Gond
God of War: Tymora
God of Death: Auril
God of Disease: Azuth
Trickster God: Bane