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Ready to boost your creativity with an extensive array of artistic styles?

What are OpenArt style palettes

Think of Style Palettes as templates, but a new form that’s AI-native.

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How to use the style palettes

It's incredibly simple to get started:

  1. Explore: browse the styles
  2. Select: pick and click on a style that resonates with your vision
  3. Create: you’ll be taken to the create page that you already know - except this time, it’s set up for you and ready to go
  4. Customize: adjust parts of your prompt and other elements as needed
  5. Perfect: tweak and create until your vision is visualized

With over 150 styles handcrafted by us, we want to make this as easy and magical for you as possible.

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Here’s a glimpse into the variety you can explore

Fantasy: From vibrant fantasy landscapes to detailed D&D character designs and dreamy pastel worlds, the Fantasy category offers everything you need to craft your own mythical universe.

Illustration: Whether you're looking for simple line art, detailed vector illustrations, or vintage drawing styles, this category has a wide range to suit any project, including specialized options for children’s books and T-shirt designs.

Art Media: Dive into traditional and digital media styles including digital watercolor, gouache, oil paints, charcoal sketches, and even unique forms like wool felt or papercut.

Art Style: Explore historical and modern art movements such as Impressionism, Fauvism, Pop Art, and surrealism to find the perfect match for your artistic expression.

Anime: From general anime styles to specific tributes like Studio Ghibli or Horror Manga, these palettes are perfect for fans of graphic narratives and animations.

Comic and Cartoon: These palettes range from classic American comic sketches to whimsical styles like Lego and Simpsonized, bringing varied comic visions vibrantly to life.

Photography: Capture the essence of different photographic styles, from photorealistic portraits to dramatic black and white or the timeless look of Polaroid.

Gaming: Channel the aesthetic of your favorite games with styles like pixel art, voxel, or 80s game box-cover designs.

Customizing the palettes

  • On your first iterations, try to change one key phrase at a time to see how it changes the image.
  • From there, make slight changes to generate images closer to your vision.
  • If you make too many changes at once, the style may be lost.
  • Changing the model is generally not recommended as it can result in drastically different outcomes, unless you wish to use the palettes as prompt inspirations.

Example: Detailed Line Art

Example: 3D Characters