Dream by WOMBO FULL

1.1.9

Create beautiful artworks using AI!
4.8/5 Votos: 199,229
Versión
1.1.9
Actualización
17.03.2022
Requerimientos
7.1 and up
Tamaño
14M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

Create beautiful artwork using the power of AI! Enter a prompt, pick an art style and watch Dream by WOMBO turn your idea into an AI-powered painting in seconds.

So how does Dream by WOMBO work?
Type in whatever you want to create! — “Alien Space Station”, “City Sunset”, “Rainbow Forest” or anything else you can imagine are just a few of the billions of potential paintings that could be made. Let your creativity take over!

Pick an art style! — Whether you’re looking for a vibrant colorful painting or something darker and more dystopian, WOMBO Dream has you covered with an array of selected styles.

Generate your painting! — Watch WOMBO Dream use the power of AI to transform your idea and art style into a beautiful painting right before your eyes in seconds.

WOMBO Dream is expanding art to the masses. You don’t need a paint brush, pencil, or any art supplies to make beautiful artwork, all you need is an idea. Take a back seat and let WOMBO Dream be the paintbrush to your artwork.

Share your art to your friends and family and save your artwork to your profile so that you can view it for later, it’s that simple!

Who is WOMBO?
WOMBO AI is a Canadian artificial intelligence company transforming the ways that entertainment and AI work together. Our goal is to provide the world with AI-powered tools to immerse themselves in entertainment. With over 65 Million app installs to date, we’re just getting started.

Novedades

* Try out Input Images - Bring your photos to life in beautiful and unimaginable ways, giving new shape and structure to your creations by adding your own custom images to the creation magic
* Support for haptics

* Bug fixes and performance improvements

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4 comentarios en "Dream by WOMBO FULL"

  1. Pepin Lachance dice:

    This is the first app that made me feel like I was living in the future. I love the fact you can use your own images as input into this. I see the potential for a new form of pop abstract art. Don’t expect photorealistic renders, but expect effective abstract art. I hope they upgrade their model by sampling more images eventually. Also a physics layer could be interesting to add in.

  2. Dawn Robins dice:

    Was cool until the buzzing every time it goes through a shift. Can’t turn it off. It used to be relaxing, nice to mess with while falling asleep. Now it’s extremely nerve wracking to use. I don’t use it unless I’m totally alone because I’m sure it’s annoying to others, too. And then only maybe once because I cannot stand the buzzing. I can only assume that’s the point, to keep you from using up their server space or whatever. I’d rather just pay for the app and be able to turn that off.

  3. Justin Harner dice:

    Still experimenting, but so far I’ve done a few generated images and I’m extremely impressed. I draw a lot and sometimes I just can’t come up with ideas, if you don’t pick a input image, especially under steampunk, you can end up with some wild renders! And another huge plus: I haven’t encountered a single ad.

  4. Zach Franklin dice:

    The paintings almost always turn out great, but the user experience is what’s stopping this from a full five stars. 1: the settings aren’t really settings (can’t edit account info or anything, I’d like to turn off the haptic feedback, and the only actions are external links to socials) 2: no option for feedback (which is why I’m typing this all here) 3: no option to rename artwork or toggle showing the prompt after publishing

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