Just a few years ago, I would have paid probably $50 per pop to have these custom caricatures designed.
Now with some descriptive prompting, I can make my own – FREE.
I made these images with https://bing.com/images/create/
You’re given 15 credits to boost the image generation, and every go gives you 1 to 4 variations. You can still use it even after you run out of credits, but at the expense of longer wait time. The 15 credits reset the next day.
Here’s a prompt I used for one of these images. You can use this as a template and modify it for your own:
“I want a 2D cartoon style portrait of a young adult Asian man with spike red hair and black undercut, wearing a light gray formal buttoned two-row button suit and black collar undershirt, smiling confidently while taking a selfie with iPhone 11, background is white.”
Some Drawbacks I’ve Discovered:
1. It can’t read images from third party links for reference.
2. I don’t think you can put in names of public figures, or else the AI perceives it as “bullying”.
3. You can try to put in word titles, but it seems poor in fleshing out long words or words with multiple vowels.
At least that’s what I’ve discovered so far.
That said, here’s another variation I made, this time black suit.
And another one in my regularly depicted profile pic with the blue “Captain America” shirt:
Now this one, I applied the Flecktarn camouflage with Photoshop after the AI image was generated.
Pretty cool, huh?!