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eBook AI Musings – Texts and Art by Artificial Minds – Christine aka stine1

 

Yeah, I have been very busy lately with artworks created by artificial intelligence and now that I have also tested ChatGPT, I just needed to do something with the creative writings generated!

May I present:

“AI Musings – Texts and Art by Artificial Minds: Showcasing the creative potential of Artificial Intelligence by featuring poems, short stories, and recipes generated by AI with matching art” by Christine aka stine1 😍

Available as an ebook both on Smashwords and Amazon sites around the globe and as a paperback book also from Amazon!

Follow the links to read a preview and to buy your desired version.

Curious what to expect? Let’s read what ChatGPT has to say about this book:

“AI Musings – Texts and Art by Artificial Minds” by Christine aka stine1, with help from Nightcafé and ChatGPT, explores the creative potential of artificial intelligence. The book features 20 poems, short stories and even recipes with matching artwork generated by AI, showcasing the unique perspective and imagination of these digital minds.

This thought-provoking work delves into the concept of AI as a new form of artistic expression, and raises questions about the role of technology in the creation of art. With contributions from multiple AI models, the book provides a diverse range of perspectives and styles, demonstrating the boundless possibilities of artificial intelligence.

Whether you are an AI enthusiast, a lover of poetry and art, or simply curious about the future of technology, this book is sure to captivate and inspire you.

And if you’d like to see what else I have in my Amazon store for you, why not check out my author profile? 👍😁

 

For anyone who would like to review by book on Smashwords, please contact me for a coupon code reducing the price of the ebook to $0.00 – that’s right, it if for free in exchange for an honest review 🙀

I recently discovered Pictorem and it seems to be little known among pod sellers, so why not give it a try and test it?

Opening a free account is fast and easy, terms seem to be fine and uploading your art is a breeze. I am currently filling my shop with my published AI art and will keep you posted about any sales I might or might not get.

https://www.pictorem.com/gallery/Christine.aka.stine1

Christine aka stine1 on Pictorem

Christine aka stine1 on Pictorem

Whew, this whole AI Art (art created by artificial intelligence) is such a huge new adventure for me. In addition to my favourite print on demand websites, I have also set up an account with OpenSea to mint and sell my artworks (non-exclusively as of now and all rights will remain with me).

Christine aka stine1 selling AI Art as NFT on OpenSea

Christine aka stine1 selling AI Art as NFT on OpenSea

As you can see, my portfolio is still small and needs to grow and I am basically testing out OpenSea and what works best for my art. You are free to check it out and I am always very happy about a social share or two 😁

https://opensea.io/stine1

Hurray, I can brag about the first three products sold with my AI Art – Art created with the help of Artificial Intelligence.

These are the three t-shirts:

Colorful Crazy Kitty Cat Kitten Collage All Over Graphic Tee by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Colorful Crazy Kitty Cat Kitten Collage All Over Graphic Tee by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Ancient Egyptian Cat Goddess Bastet AI generated digital artwork Kids T Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Ancient Egyptian Cat Goddess Bastet AI generated digital artwork Kids T Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on Society6

Colorful Crazy Kitty Cat Kitten Collage T-Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on Teepublic

Colorful Crazy Kitty Cat Kitten Collage T-Shirt by Christine aka stine1 on Teepublic

Do you like these two creations? I sure love them as they are so unique and extraordinary.

I just had this idea for a blog post that focusses on one of the fundamental topics of my blog. With all these AI Art images and videos I tend to forget about the original earning with print on demand vibe.
So, who would like to check out my “naughty and nice list” of my print on demand websites? Naughty does mean “no earnings in 2022” and nice will mean “ka-ching” 😍

The following sites do not come in any specific order, it’s not a ranking apart from being on the naughty or nice list. I will not write down detailled earnings, I might give a hint or two and I might even babble a bit about what kind of products or designs sold best.


NAUGHTY LIST – will not get updated until further notice

  1. LeGaleriste
    Ok, this might not be 100% fair since I started with them only a few months ago but to be honest: I had high expectations… and dreams… and hopes…. and zero sales with a shop full of pretty fashion items 😥 A little bit of hope is still left and I cross my fingers for some sales in 2023 to push this onto the nice list!
  2. Calvendo
    Calvendo is a German based publisher focussing on calendars with some puzzles and wall art for the best images. A few years ago (pre-covid) I had a few sales per year from my “Caribbean Cruise Ships” calendar but that had stopped in 2020 😣 I had re-discovered their site and have created a few AI Art calendars for 2023 that I do hope will sell in December 2022 and January 2023. If not, Calvendo will probably stay on the naughty list for a few more years…
  3. miPic
    I had not uploaded much and had forgotten about this for over one year (or even longer) and have given them a second chance now with uploading some AI Art images. No sale yet, I will keep you updated.

NICE LIST

  1. Society6
    Unsteady earner. I have no idea why but there are many months in a year with no sales at all and then there are a few months where I sell a few things. I have no idea why…
  2. Redbubble
    Redbubble is one of my slowest earners, I never seem to hit a trend and sell anything more than once. Mainly a few stickers here and there… not really worth my time but then I don’t want to stop uploading *sigh*
  3. Zazzle
    One of my favourites, a very steady and rather good earner but I will not get rich with it.
  4. Displate
    Displate is a bit like Redbubble… I am always hoping for sales but I might sell only 3 or 4 a year. They only sell metal posters as far as I know, so there is not much potential for selling a huge variety of products. In 2022, I had received my first payment after I have no idea how many years.
  5. EyeEm
    If you really read my blog post you whould wonder “This is NOT a print on demand website???” but hey, it’s one of my best earners 😁
  6. Amazon Merch on Demand
    Slow but steady and I am still hoping for hitting a trend so that my earnings might skyrocket….
  7. TeePublic
    This one is also a smaller earner and there are months I don’t sell anything but it is slightly better than Redbubble.
  8. VIDA
    Well, in 2020 and 2021 I did earn quite much with textile masks selling like crazy. I had two very popular designs but now the sales are very small. Uploading designs is rather quick though and I do hope that sales will increase soon.
  9. Spreadshirt.com
    Another small earner that I had totally forgotten about in the last 2 or 3 months. I have started to upload again to test some AI Art, so please kepp your fingers crossed.

So, how does your naughty and nice list look?

 

P.S: I was too lazy to check Cafepress for any recent sales. I do believe they should be on the naughty list… have not gotten any payment since I have no idea…

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