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Observations:

Matt Groening (born February 15, 1954, in Portland, Oregon, USA) is an American cartoonist, writer, producer, and animator, best known as the creator of the groundbreaking animated TV shows « The Simpsons » and « Futurama. » Did you know? « The Simpsons » has become the longest-running American sitcom and the longest-running American scripted primetime television series, celebrated for its wit, satire, and the depth of its characters. Groening’s creation has had a profound impact on popular culture, offering sharp critiques of society, politics, and everyday life through the lens of the Simpson family and the inhabitants of Springfield. « Futurama, » another of Groening’s creations, showcases his ability to blend humor with science fiction and futurist themes, further cementing his status as a visionary in the world of animation. His work is characterized by a unique drawing style, iconic character designs, and a humor that resonates with a wide audience, making Matt Groening a pivotal figure in the evolution of animated television. Midjourney recognizes the style very well and produces cool cartoonish characters and images. The Midlibrary score is 9/9, we love that they are not simply characters for ‘The Simpsons’ or ‘Futurama’, but a separate type of animation heroes in many cases

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Midlibrary Benchmark is a test comprised of nine standardized prompts designed to test how Midjounrey styles (AKA artistic styles, reference styles, or style modifiers) work with different subjects in a variety of contexts.

Benchmark prompts
cyberpunk character
Nazgul over sleeping town
decaying peonies
tech genius teenage girl
cute Mainecoon cat
Chernobog
bioarchitecture
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Francis D. photographed by Andrei Kovalev. Paris, 2011
Image Prompt: Francis D

Style ranking

Depending on how a style manifested itself with each prompt, we add 1, 0.5, or 0 points to its total score.

cyberpunk character by Hieronymus Bosch

The prompt produced a generic results with no unique style features: this test adds nothing (0) to the overall score.

cyberpunk character by Ron English

This generation inherits more elements from the referenced style, but they are scarce and dilluted. Which adds 0.5 to the style's score.

cyberpunk character by Guy Bourdin

In this case, the Midjourney style showed a distinct and unique result, well aligned with the style's real-world prototype. A firm 1.

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