Blend Images with Reverse Engineering in Midjourney

Tokenized AI by Christian Heidorn
15 Apr 202317:19

TLDRThe video discusses the limitations of traditional image blending methods and introduces two innovative techniques for creating more refined and creative blended images. The first method, 'Blended Reverse Engineering,' involves using the 'describe' command on a blended image to generate improved results. The second method, 'Multi-Prompt Image Blending,' uses the 'describe' command on individual images before combining them into a multi-prompt for a more controlled and creative outcome. The video provides step-by-step examples of how to apply these methods, resulting in images with less artifacts and greater control over the final composition. The techniques are not limited to interior design and can be applied to various types of images, offering endless possibilities for creative image blending.


  • 🚫 The traditional 'blend' feature for merging images is considered outdated and limited in functionality.
  • 🎨 A better approach to blending images is introduced, offering cleaner results and more creative control.
  • πŸ” The 'describe' command and multi-prompts are key to achieving higher quality and customized image blends.
  • 🌐 The process involves using image URLs or existing images as prompts and refining them through description commands.
  • πŸ“ˆ Manipulating the weights of different segments in a multi-prompt allows for fine-tuning the emphasis on specific elements.
  • πŸ› οΈ The 'version 5' parameter is used to enhance the quality of the generated images.
  • πŸ“ Aspect ratio parameters can be adjusted to match the desired format for the final image.
  • πŸ”„ Iterating through different variations of an image is simplified with the new blending methods.
  • πŸ™οΈ The blending techniques are not just for interior design but can be applied to a wide range of image types.
  • 🀝 Combining multiple images and concepts can lead to unique and unexpected creative results.
  • 🌐 The described methods are versatile and can be used for various creative projects, from graphic novels to product design.

Q & A

  • What is the main issue with the 'blend' feature mentioned in the transcript?

    -The 'blend' feature is criticized for its limited functionality and poor results, often producing images with artifacts that make them unusable.

  • What alternative method is suggested to achieve better blending results?

    -The transcript suggests using the 'describe' command along with multi-prompts as a more effective method for blending images, offering more control and creative flexibility.

  • How does the 'describe' command work in the context of blending images?

    -The 'describe' command is used to generate prompts based on an existing image. These prompts can then be used to create new images with more control over the final output.

  • What are the two different methods demonstrated for blending images using the 'describe' command?

    -Method one involves blending images and then using the 'describe' command on the result. Method two involves using the 'describe' command on individual images before creating a multi-prompt for blending.

  • Why might someone choose to use multi-prompts for image blending?

    -Multi-prompts allow for more precise control over the elements of the final image, enabling the user to emphasize or de-emphasize certain aspects of the blend.

  • How can adjusting the weights of segments in a multi-prompt affect the final image?

    -Changing the weights of segments in a multi-prompt alters the relative importance of each segment, which can significantly influence the final image's composition and style.

  • What is the purpose of adding a 'version' parameter in the described prompts?

    -The 'version' parameter is used to specify the version of the image generation algorithm, which can affect the style and quality of the generated images.

  • How does the aspect ratio parameter affect the generated images?

    -The aspect ratio parameter sets the dimensions of the generated image, preventing unwanted black borders and ensuring the image fits the desired format.

  • What is the benefit of using the 'stylized' parameter in the described prompts?

    -The 'stylized' parameter can be used to increase the level of artistic interpretation in the generated images, leading to more unique and creative results.

  • Can the methods demonstrated in the transcript be applied to other types of images beyond interior design?

    -Yes, the methods can be applied to a wide variety of image types, including landscapes, portraits, and abstract paintings.

  • What is the final advice given to users regarding the image blending process?

    -The advice is to keep an open mind during the blending process, allowing for experimentation and sometimes accepting results that might be better than what was initially envisioned.



🎨 Advanced Image Blending Techniques

The video introduces the limitations of traditional image blending methods and presents a superior approach to merging images for more creative and cleaner results. The host walks through examples using different methods, starting with using the 'describe' command to refine a blended image and then crafting a new multi-prompt. The process involves experimenting with weights and parameters to achieve desired outcomes, emphasizing the flexibility and control over the final image.


🏒 Interior Design Image Creation

The second paragraph focuses on creating interior design images by blending different styles, such as a New York industrial style apartment loft with a Santorini holiday home. The host demonstrates the process of using multiple images and the 'describe' command to generate a more stylized and personalized interior. The video also touches on the use of photo editing software for further customization and the creation of a unique interior design that combines elements from different sources.


πŸ€Ήβ€β™‚οΈ Experimenting with Diverse Image Blending

This section showcases the versatility of the blending techniques by applying them to various scenarios beyond interior design. The host describes creating images that blend Spider-Man with the Joker, and Spider-Man with David Hasselhoff, leading to humorous and unexpected results. The paragraph also covers blending landscapes and paintings, highlighting the endless possibilities of image creation with the right prompts and parameters.


🌐 Broad Applications and Encouragement for Creativity

The final paragraph emphasizes the wide range of applications for the blending methods discussed in the video. It encourages viewers to keep an open mind and experiment with the creative process rather than sticking to a single, straightforward approach. The host also provides resources for further learning, including links to additional videos and playlists on various forms of prompting in mid-journey, graphic novel creation, and product design.



πŸ’‘Blend Images

Blending images is the process of combining two or more separate images into a single image. In the context of the video, blending images is initially presented as a technique that has limitations and does not always produce satisfactory results. However, the video goes on to demonstrate more advanced methods of blending that yield better and more creative results.

πŸ’‘Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering in the video refers to a method of image creation where an existing blended image is analyzed and then re-created using different techniques to improve upon the original. This is one of the methods introduced to overcome the limitations of traditional blending and to achieve more refined and desired outcomes.


In the context of digital image processing, artifacts are unintended results that appear in an image due to various factors such as compression or blending errors. The video script mentions artifacts as a problem with traditional blending methods, which detract from the image quality.


Multi-prompts are a technique where multiple prompts or descriptions are used to guide the creation of an image. The video discusses using multi-prompts to craft more detailed and nuanced image blends, allowing for greater control and creativity in the final image.

πŸ’‘Describe Command

The describe command is a feature that allows the system to analyze an image and generate a textual description or prompt based on its content. In the video, this command is used to create starter prompts which are then used to generate new images, offering a more controlled and creative blending process.

πŸ’‘Image Prompts

Image prompts are URLs or descriptions of images used as input for image generation systems. The video discusses using image prompts in conjunction with the blend command as a quick way to mix two concepts, but notes that it often falls short in producing high-quality images.

πŸ’‘Aspect Ratio

Aspect ratio refers to the proportional relationship between the width and the height of an image. The video script mentions aspect ratio as a parameter that can be adjusted to address issues such as black borders that appear when blending images with different formats.

πŸ’‘Stylized Parameter

The stylized parameter is a setting that can be adjusted to increase the level of artistic interpretation in the generated image. The video demonstrates how varying this parameter can lead to more abstract and creative results in the blended images.


In the context of multi-prompt image blending, weights are used to assign relative importance to different segments of the prompt. By adjusting the weights, one can control which aspects of the blend are more prominent in the final image, allowing for fine-tuning of the blending process.


Photobashing is a technique where different images are manually combined or 'bashed' together to create a new composite image. In the video, this technique is used to blend elements from different images in a more hands-on way before using the describe command to generate a final image.


Midjourney refers to the image generation system or AI being used throughout the video to create and blend images. It is the tool that facilitates the various blending methods and techniques discussed, allowing users to experiment with different prompts and parameters to achieve their desired image outcomes.


Blending images with traditional methods is criticized for its limitations and poor results.

A new method is introduced that offers cleaner results and more creative control over the final image.

The 'modernity's blend' command is a quick way to mix concepts but often fails to produce crisp images.

Using the 'describe' command and multi-prompts can lead to better blending results.

The first example involves blending a hotel lobby with the royal greenhouses in Brussels, Belgium.

Traditional blending methods produce images with artifacts and black borders due to aspect ratio differences.

Describing a blended image can generate cleaner and more varied results.

A multi-prompt approach allows for greater creativity and control over the blending process.

The 'stylized' parameter can be adjusted for different creative effects.

Weights can be assigned to different segments of a multi-prompt to control the emphasis on each element.

Feeding a generated image back into the 'describe' command can refine the blending process.

Photobashing can be used to manually adjust and blend elements from different images.

Adjusting prompt weights can fine-tune the blending of different image elements.

The methods shown are not limited to interior design and can be applied to various types of image creation.

Experimentation with blending methods can lead to unexpected and interesting results.

The video provides supporting material with examples, images, and prompts used in the transcript.

The 'multi-prompt image blending' method involves describing original images and using those descriptions within a multi-prompt.

The video encourages viewers to keep an open mind and explore the creative potential of blending images.