I believe the workflow of creating art is different today than it was decades ago. Today, you can create and publish many objects and get feedback that allows you to choose favourites. These can then be brought to commercial platforms.
So the goal of my experiment is how I can easily create a series of images and have them rated by an audience. This is how I have done it:
There is a new algorithm that converts any text string into an image. And that neural network is called Dalle. And there is a service called Dalle mini where you can try it out for yourself.
I have simply entered “digital art” and have received nine variations. Those I uploaded to Google Cloud’s Computer Vision. The result is a description that I use as a title and labels that I use as hashtags. I add other hashtags and the link to my website and tweet all of them one be one.
Within seconds, I get retweets and likes. The more, the higher is the object’s popularity. The most popular ones I might want to offer at commercial platforms such as OpenSea.
Don’t get me wrong, this is no art yet, but an artistic workflow that I would like to experiment with more in the future. Also, I’m not sure whether I have any copyright on those images from the system, however, I might replace that system with my own and use these results.
The case is an interesting experiment in digital art creation.