Every time I dive into DALL-E 3, I find myself in awe. Remember my last piece where I played with a 4-grid layout to ensure character consistency? Well, that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
There’s a certain charm to grids—the way they blend symmetry and organization, weaving different elements into a unified visual tale.
With DALL-E 3 at the helm, images aren’t just placed—they’re curated into meticulously designed grids, where each section unravels its own narrative, coming together to form a breathtaking gallery.
Curious about its potential? In this piece, we’re delving into 9 ways you can harness the power of grids. Let’s embark on this journey together!
Prompt: Antique pocket watches arranged in a 4×4 grid, with each watch in a crystal-clear display case.
Prompt: Wide 3D Render: iconic monuments from different countries arranged in a 3×2 grid, with each monument encased in a transparent dome.
Prompt: Anime illustration: a collection of superhero characters arranged in a 4×2 grid of playing cards
Prompt: Faces of a cheerful clown arranged in a 4×3 wide grid, each expressing a different emotion.
Prompt: Tall photo: Faces of emoji characters arranged in a 6×9 grid, each expressing a different emotion within a smartphone screen. All the four prompts should use photo as mediums.
Prompt: Wide photo: Sneakers in various colors and designs arranged in a 7×6 grid, each within a shoebox.
Prompt: Wide photo: Cupcakes with assorted toppings and flavors showcased in a 5×4 grid, each within a colorful bakery box.
Prompt: Wide photo: Same bustling city streets at different times of the day arranged in a 3×2 grid, each captured within a vintage television screen.
Prompt: Wide photo: Same harbor with boats at different times of the day arranged in a 5×3 grid.
Prompt: Different species of birds arranged in a 3×2 grid, each species captured within a nature badge.
Prompt: Different species of alpacas arranged in a 3×2 grid, each species captured within an Andes mountains tapestry.
Prompt: An intricate head shot composed of hundreds of smaller images, each contributing to the larger picture, similar to a mosaic. The primary subject should be a young woman with pronounced facial features, where every detail, down to the hair strands, is made up of the smaller images. Each of the tiny images should be distinct and varied, capturing moments of joy, friendship, and experiences.
Prompt: Illustrate the concept of ‘life’s tapestry’ by constructing a lifelike image of a girl using an array of mini snapshots.
Prompt: Square Photo Collage: A heart-shaped collage capturing cherished family memories.
Prompt: Square collage photo: A close-up shot of the African continent made up of tiny images of the eyes of different African wildlife, showcasing the beauty and diversity of the animals’ gazes.
Prompt: Wide quadriptych showing Paris during spring, summer, fall, and winter.
Prompt: Wide quadriptych showing Rome during spring, summer, fall, and winter.
Before and After
Prompt: Split-screen wide photo of a brand new car on the left panel and the same car rusted and old on the right panel.
Prompt: Split-screen square photo of a fresh apple on the left panel and its rotten counterpart on the right panel
Feeling inspired by the layout? Why not give it a whirl yourself?