Teaching you to Quickly Create AI Images – Bing Image Creator

Teaching Bing Image Creator

Teaching Everyone AI Quick Guide: Bing Images

1. Go to Bing.com/Create
2. Login with your Microsoft Account.
2. Enter keywords for the images you would like to create.
3. Four images will appear which can be saved or downloaded.

Before we dive in, let me just say that I’m aware of the immense curiosity surrounding ChatGPT and other “language models.” Personally, I truly believe these AI tools hold a great deal of value, and I’ll soon show you how to make the most of them. However, I wanted to take a moment to talk about one of my favorite activities that I find super cool and enjoyable: creating images on the fly. I initially stumbled upon this while brainstorming ideas for a print-on-demand business, and let me tell you, there are some impressive options out there. While I’ve experimented with several of these image generation tools, some better than others, I wanted to share my go-to for a majority of the image creation on this platform: Bing Image Creator.

What is Bing Image Creator

Bing Image Creator is a cool tool that lets you make pictures using just your words like magic! You don’t need any fancy skills or expensive software. All you do is add a few words to describe the picture you want, and Bing Image Creator will make it for you. It can create all sorts of images that look like real photos or have different artistic styles. And the best part? It won’t cost you a dime! Just sign in with your Microsoft account, and you’re ready to go.

Why I like Bing Image Creator

I’ve had the opportunity to try out various tools in this category, and I must say that the primary reason I prefer this tool is its accessibility. It’s open to everyone and its free! Bing offers you virtually unlimited credits, ensuring you can use it without constraints. In the rare case that you exhaust your “boost” limit, the image rendering process might be slower, but I have not run into this yet. Conversely, many of the other tools provide a limited number of free credits before requiring additional purchases.

How To Access Bing Image Creator

To dive into the world of image generation and have some fun, head over to Bing.com/Create or simply create images directly within Bing Chat. What’s cool is that any images you make in the chat window on Bing Chat will be automatically saved to your OneDrive account.

To use the Bing Image Creator, all you need is a Microsoft account and access to Bing.com. I’ve personally tried it on both Bing and Chrome browsers, as well as on my Android phone. Once you’ve got that covered, just go to www.bing.com/create and start typing away to bring your AI-generated images to life!

How to Use Bing Image Creator

Creating the AI images with Bing is very easy, basically think of the way you would search for something on google. You basically enter a few words, hit create, then in a short period the image will be presented to you. Here are the steps listed out with a short video to show you:

  1. Go to Bing.com/create (and login if you are not already)
  2. Enter your prompt in the text box
  3. View your results.
Teaching Everyone AI – Bing Image Creator Quick Guide

How to Take Your Image Creation to the Next Level

Once you start playing around, you’ll see that what you asked Bing to create might not actually be what you’re looking for. So, here’s my suggestion: give it loads of description! Add in nouns, adjectives, styles, colors, and verbs to make your vision come alive in the best way possible.

And speaking of styles, I have not been able to find a comprehensive list of styles, but here are some that others have had luck with:

  1. Pick an artist like Monet, Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, da Vinci
  2. watercolor
  3. surrealist
  4. digital art
  5. steampunk
  6. impressionism
  7. pencil sketch
  8. pen sketch
  9. drawn with crayons
  10. drawn with colored pencils
  11. drawn with charcoal
  12. comic book
  13. anime
  14. animated
  15. cartoon
  16. acrylic painting
  17. Renaissance painting
  18. cubism
  19. Japanese ink painting
  20. ukiyo-e paintings
  21. scifi
  22. fantasy
  23. dystopian
  24. mythology
  25. impressionistic

Playing with the image creation tools can be fun, and hopefully you have some fun while creating these. Here are some quick examples I created in a few minutes to give you a little inspiration. The prompts I used are listed in the captions and as you will see the AI is not fussy with the order or format in which you give it prompts. It really is that easy.

Bing Image - Dali
Dali style art with the universe in the background, with waterfalls, chickens and cows dancing with earth tone colors:
Bing Image - Bear
A friendly bear holding a lantern, walking in a campsite, eating a sandwich with el Capitan in the background. The image should be at night with tones of brown
Bing Image - Blueridge
Blueridge parkway, pig driving a motorcycle, on a twisty hill, the view is from above, in a comic book style
Bing Image - Moose
A moose in a waterfall in black and white, cubsim, looking up

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