When we see animation, it’s normal to accept the comical dimensions of the figures without hesitation; after all, we’re accustomed to this.
But what if they became real, flesh and blood, as if by a spell? I used artificial intelligence to try to bring them into our reality. Check out my results to see how I performed!
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#3 Carl Fredricksen
I’m getting more and more happy with the outcomes with each post I make in terms of how they all came out. I loved how Moe Szyzlak, Ned Flanders, and Milhouse Van Houten turned out since I assumed the Simpsons art style would be difficult to imitate in “real life,” but they are really rather easy to recognize.
Inadvertently, this post brought back some fond childhood memories for me. I, like every other kid my age, enjoyed watching cartoons. The Simpsons and Hanna Barbera classics were two of my favorite shows growing up, and I can confidently claim that they had a significant effect on my life.
I’ve recently begun delving into the field of artificial intelligence, and let me tell you, it’s a world without bounds! With the emergence of AI-assisted art generation, digital art has essentially no bounds; all you have to do is be creative and know how to lead the machine’s blind hand.
#9 Ned Flanders
I don’t want to give anything away too soon, but I’m presently working on a project in which I’m attempting to depict how certain prematurely departed superstars could have seemed if they were still alive. I’m hoping it turns out fantastically and that I’ll be able to share it with you soon!
#13 Peter Pan
#15 Olive Oyl
#16 Lady Tremaine
#17 Isabela Madrigal
#18 John Smith
#20 Handsome Hans
#22 Show White
#23 Bart Simpson
Originally published on the boredpanda