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City Jungle
City Jungle
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2 months ago

City Jungle

Created 2 months ago ยท 27 commentsยท๐Ÿช™๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ’ธ 10

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This artwork was created with the help of Artificial Intelligence. Create your own AI-generated artworks using NightCafe Creator.

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Text Prompts

"Japanese metropolis, Asian megacity, huge city,"

Weight: 1

"Brutalism, overgrown city,"

Weight: 0.8

"City jungle"

Weight: 0.8

"trending on Artstation Unreal Engine 3D shading shadow depth Unreal Engine hyperdetailed"

Weight: 1

"complex dystopian overgrown"

Weight: 1

"ominous post-apocalyptic thunderstorm futuristic ethereal elaborate eerie scary"

Weight: 0.7

"Anxious huge scary megalophobia"

Weight: 0.3

"sinister by Greg Rutkowski"

Weight: 0.4

Initial Resolution

Medium

Runtime

Long

Seed

188599

Overall Prompt Weight

80%

Start Image Weight

30%

Noise Weight

40%

Accuracy boost

Standard

27 Comments

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Anonymous User

Woah this looks so realistic!! Love it

2 months agoReply
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Love this look

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cool โค๏ธ

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Piaski Nowe again? :))

This reminds me of the last of us!

I saw an image similar to this creation in my dreams when I was very young....is that's weird or what?

There's a real building I go to regularly that looks like a single storey version of this. Standard 1970s brutalist indoor pool, but as the sea air has cracked the material's surface, plants have taken to it and started growing over it.

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Where is it? I want to look it up!

Replying to: Agnieszka Where is it? I want to look it...
Replying to: Algernon64 Atlantic College, in (old) Sou...

Oh and if you already know, my apologies, I don't mean to be patronising, but the term that architectural publications use to refer to this (which I sometimes use as prompts in other AIs image gen I've used) is, 'Eco-brutalism'; basically nature reclaiming Brutalist structures. Although they look permanent, they only last 50 years or so, as they crack when then metal in them starts to rust and once the concrete cracks on the exterior, moisture and then vegetation, find their way in.

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