Current problems with AI art

ITT: I would like to discuss the issues of using AI for creative work as someone who has done graphic design, digital illustration, and 2D digital animation instead of blindly praising or blindly hating on it.
>1. Lack of specificity
Meaningful scenes need to be very specific. Everything from the angle to what the characters are doing to the way their fingers are positioned. I can't get this with AI. This is a problem for everything from a simple landscape scene to some insane furry vore art.
>2. AI can't remember the things I make
If I get an AI to make me a really cool pokemon, I can't do anything with that. I can't tell the AI to put that exact pokemon on a background or make it fight with another pokemon I made.
>3. AI can't really do character sheets
Yes, I've seen character sheets AI have made and the hair is always fricked. The clothes are never right. This is a massive challenge for anyone working in animation or concept art
>4. AI can't keep the style specific
Massive problem for all artists. If you have a comic made with AI, good luck keeping the style cohesive.
>5. AI can't generate anything in a workable format
If you like an illustration an AI makes and want to edit it yourself by manipulating the lines and colors... tough luck. Editing a single layer on photoshop is all you're going to get. No vectors or anything for you.

For one-off stuff, stock art of landscapes, and maybe designs of basic objects to reference it's nice. But for building projects, comics, sequences, it's not very useful unless you're willing to make so many compromises and limit your workflow around it.

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Does nobody want to discuss the actual challenges of integrating AI art into workflows and replacing artists/augmenting work? The logical challenges are very interesting 🙁

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Good list OP. I have no idea what you're talking aobut as I don't use this stuff.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        BOT talks about ai replacing artists all day, but when there's a substantive conversation about what that means they shy away.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          AI tards do
          Same imbeciles that we're shilling shitcoins and bored apes

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Art for pay is dead, yes. Your customer base didn't care for how much effort you made and all the considerations you made. They just want cheap shit as fast as possible, even at their detriment. It's just unfortunate. They will learn soon enough though.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >Your customer base didn't care for how much effort you made and all the considerations you made
            Ehhhhhh. There are some asterisks here.
            Many artists have fans and a following and so work by them commands a certain value. Their name is known and respected.
            Artists in certain fields have definitely lost work. Portrait artists for example. If you just want a pretty, stylized image of your face you can definitely just ask an AI. This is one thing that it can do fine.
            Also, if you're hanging something on your wall, knowing that a person individually made every line and made every choice adds value to it. When an AI makes every decision, there is a certain coldness about the art. Is this just cultural and subjective? Maybe.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >cultural
              you'll probably need to be the best of the best to sell some human made art and you'll probably need to spend 10 years on it using your own blood to make it worth anything. even after that some rich butthole will see it and give you 50 dollars, and if you complain he will take a picture of it and tell the ai to do something similar.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                some popular artists are FAR from being the best illustrators in the world.

                Art is not about efficiency, speed or quantity, the most beautifully rendered AI image can simply be ignored just by the virtue that is AI art, makes it basically worthless in value, not only monetary, but artistic too.

                people will pay hundreds of dollars for crude sketches from artists they like, art is a luxury in the end.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                The stuff I generate isn't worthless because I like it, simple as

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          It's the same pajeets that shit up the board with every other fad that came and went. They make 200 threads a day about it but can never carry a genuine conversation on the topic. They just shitpost according to a formula they found on WikiHow:
          >How to shill on BOT in 5 steps
          >1. Make a thread about something that's trending on Twitter.
          >2. Accuse anyone who is annoyed about you dragging Twitter garbage to BOT of coping and seething.
          >3. Reply to your own OP periodically.
          >4. Dismiss anyone with more technical knowledge on the subject than you as a poorgay.
          >5. Repeat as many times as needful.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >They make 200 threads a day about it but can never carry a genuine conversation on the topic.

            I'm like this because I'm too ADHD to dive deep into any topic and need instant gratification while spending weeks/months/years to learn something is a huge commitment with a very delayed payoff.

            How do I overcome this? I'm bored of surface level discussion and browsing imageboards doesn't satisfy me anymore like it used to.

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    For now, you're unfortunately in the small minority of people who have artistic knowledge and skill but don't have the instinct to REEEEEE whenever AI is mentioned.
    Most people like you keep quiet or only talk anonymously because they are aware of the current climate and don't want to get cancelled.
    Try again in a year or so when the tech has advanced more and artists are beginning to become more accepting of the change.

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    All of these problems will be solved next year.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Can't even 'shop image properly

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >>1. Lack of specificity
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    >2. AI can't remember the things I make
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    >3. AI can't really do character sheets
    it can do that lurk more homosexual
    >4. AI can't keep the style specific
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    >5. AI can't generate anything in a workable format
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    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      low effort post, didn't read

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        ai generated post, read

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >Lack of specificity
    control net
    >AI can't remember the things I make
    textual inversion
    >AI can't really do character sheets
    character sheet model/lora
    >AI can't keep the style specific
    dreambooth
    >AI can't generate anything in a workable format
    this needs a different model from the get go due to diffusion.

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