Last week, we added a new section to Midlibrary—General Modifiers (or GenMods for short). In a nutshell, GenMods are tokens (words and expressions) that—when added to your prompt—impact its outcome. What separates that category from other Midjourney styles is that GenMods do not refer to a specific artist, artistic technique, genre, or title.

In today’s compilation, we present to you 9 GenMods worth experimenting with!

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Duotone colors

The Duotone style has roots in early photography, where two-tone printing was a practical solution for cost-effective mass production. But, as many specialized inventiones do, it has since been embraced in modern graphic design (and art in general) for its visual impact and simplicity.

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Psychedelic colors

Popularized in the 1960s, Psychedelic art—a style intended to mimic the visual hallucinations one might experience under the influence of psychedelic substances—was heavily influenced by the counterculture movement. Featuring artists such as Victor MoscosoPeter Max, and Wes WilsonPsychedelic art was the epitome of vibrant colors and surrealistic imagery aimed to expand viewers' consciousness.

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Rippled texture

Rippled textures (AKA Rippled surface) mimic the natural formations found in sand dunes and water ripples. This pattern, for instance, is often seen in Japanese Zen gardens, where carefully raked gravel is used to symbolize tranquility and the flow of life.

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Symmetrical composition

From ancient humanity's quest for aesthetic harmony and visual and spiritual balance—such as the pyramids of Ancient Egypt and the architecture of Greece—to modern times, where it signifies stability and order in classical governmental buildings, Symmetrical composition has always been one of the cornerstones of art.

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Shadowed lighting

Known in fine art dictionaries as Chiaroscuro and  developed during the Renaissance, Shadowed lighting is an artistic technique  that utilizes strong contrasts between light and dark to achieve a sense of volume in modelling three-dimensional objects and figures, notably used by artists like Caravaggio.

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Colossal scale

One of the first prime examples of Colossal scale in art history is the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. This giant bronze statue of the Greek sun god Helios stood over 30 meters (~100 feet) high, symbolizing the triumph and grandeur of Hellenistic civilization.

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Minimalist composition

Emerging prominently in the visual arts and music of the 1960s, Minimalism was a significant shift away from the expressive complexities of abstract expressionism. It emphasized  simplicity and objectivity in works by artists like Donald Judd and Agnes Martin.

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Dreamy atmosphere

Focusing on light and color to capture moments filled with deep emotion, the Dreamy atmosphere—often interchangeable with Dreamy mood—has been a major element of artistic expression across ages. From its mystical roots in ancient times through the ethereal scenes of the Rococo period, this dreamlike quality became especially pronounced with the Pre-Raphaelites and the Impressionist movement in the late 19th century. It has since evolved into an ever-present element in modern art.

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Split view

Split view can be traced back to Medieval art, where multiple storylines were depicted within a single painting or illustration. This narrative technique, allowing viewers to experience simultaneous events, gained significant popularity in the 20th century. It has been extensively utilized across various formats including comic books, posters, advertising, feature films, documentaries, live event broadcasts, video games, and many other art forms.

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If you are interested in how GenMods work, check out our Guide To General Modifiers →

That’s it for this time!

Happy midjourneys,

— Andrei

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