The AI Content Boom is here, and ArtSpace.ai is throwing it’s hat in the ring as a frontrunner in the AI Image Generation sector.

According to Grand View Research, “The global machine learning market size is expected to reach USD 96.7 billion by 2025”.

It’s an exciting time that we live in where computers are able to assist us in our content creation to the point that they do much of the heavy lifting.

This is amazing news for small business owners who can’t afford a large marketing team and team of artists or photographers to compete with much larger brands with seemingly bottomless bank accounts.

While AI is still fairly new in the content space, it is making technological advancements in leaps and bounds and machines are learning not only from human-generated content out there, but also from each other.

By taking what is already known and finding out new information for themselves (wild…right?) deep learning is allowing machines to come up with their own solutions to problems.

This is good news for us, and good news that ArtSpace.ai is here to assist us in our image generation needs.

You can already tell that this is going to be a positive review on this fascinatingly helpful tool, but what makes it do good?

Let’s dig deeper.

Ready to Generate Any Image You Can Think Of?

ArtSpace.ai is a crazy new tool that allows you to generate images for your business, just by entering text of what you want.

As of this writing, they have a lifetime deal. Given the developers history, this lifetime deal won’t last forever.

Check it out while you still can!

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What is Artspace.ai?

ArtSpace.ai is an image generation tool driven by artificial intelligence. 

The creators have their own in-house models that calculate how images should be created based upon your prompts. 

If you haven’t used image generation software before, the basic concept is that you think of something, enter text into the prompt box, and the algorithm with try and create a visual for what you are describing.

ArtSpace has some features that I’ve yet to see on other platforms, which is why we highly recommend it above others on the market at this time.

So How Does It Work?

In order to generate images with ArtSpace.ai, you have to start with a text prompt.

Let’s say that we want a nice photo of a business owner in their store to represent us in our candy shop.

You may start with a prompt such as “business owner in their shop”.

With that we get an image like this:

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The artificial intelligence doesn’t know that we happen to be a male business owner, or that we own a chocolate shop. We need to be more specific in our prompts.

So we may try and be a bit more descriptive.

Let’s try “male business owner wearing a green apron standing behind the counter of their chocolate shop”.

More descriptive and what we’re looking for to place in our article about friendly, old-school confectionary shops that still exist today (for example).

Here’s that result:

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Our image is getting closer to what we want, but in our mind we’re picturing a green apron, a little bit wider of an angle, and we want the business owner to be a black business owner like we are. We also want to fix the facial features a bit. 

Let’s use the same image as a base, or seed, and see if we can get a result closer to what we’re imagining.

Before outpainting

As you can see, we get a pretty decent image we can use in a blog post about our chocolate shop. There are some issues we can fix using some of the other features the tool offers, and we can see that AI still has some work to do in the way of replicating human hands and faces.

I will say these facial results are better than I’ve seen using other tools, and people within the community are generating flawless faces. It just takes more time, more descriptive prompts, and some trial and error.

What Makes Artspace.ai Different From Other Image Generator Platforms?

Other art generators have communities that share their prompts and examples of images that are generated, and this is great. But the problem here is that you cannot use the exact image as a starting point.

You also cannot edit or expand upon images you’re working on.

Artspace.ai has some amazing features I haven’t seen anywhere else, including painting more of your same image, changing pieces within your image you’ve generated, automatic facial corrections, and more.

Let’s explore some of these unique features this tool offers to AI-Generated Art.

Outpainting

Outpainting is the concept of taking the AI-generated image that we have, and expanding the image beyond its current borders to create more of the image and make it larger.

This is a feature that I haven’t seen in any other AI Art tool out there, and it’s super helpful.

So many times I’ve entered a prompt and created an image, only to wish the computer had included a bit more of the subject. 

With the Outpainting feature, you can simply select the mode, the direction you want to see more of the image in, and push the magic button again.

Using our image earlier, you can see I already expanded to the right, and now will expand to the left using the Outpainting tool.

Before Outpainting

Before outpainting

After Outpainting

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And you can keep expanding as you wish.

Fully Expanded Shot of Man in a Chocolate Shop

Inpainting

Inpainting is the act of having the AI add details to your existing image. This is another feature that I haven’t seen in other tools.

Inpainting requires using a paint brush to indicate the area in which you want to add something. Instead of simply pressing the magic button, this time we have to rewrite the prompt to indicate what we would like to add to the image.

Adding new elements to AI images with inpainting

Now instead of what looks like a stack of sheet cakes or large cookies, we have a wedding cake in our image.

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This is a super cool feature, and I can’t wait for them to improve this further. As you can see the more we add and manipulate our image, some of the features of the man’s face are getting a little distorted. 

If you have problems like this, you can try and fix them further with inpainting, or recover an older version of the image and try again.

Seed Images

An image seed, when it comes to image generation, is a reference point for the AI to use in order to generate your new image.

You can choose how much like the original image you want the image to appear.

The first way to use a seed image is to plug in a string of numbers. You can get this set of numbers from a previous image you created, or from someone else’s image that they saved to the Artspace.ai cloud. 

After a few tries, I was able to get the tool to give me an exact replica of the image that was shown in the community gallery.

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Then, if we want to tweak this, we can leave the image and most of the prompt, and just replace the bear with a tiger. We get something pretty similar.

Swapping-the-bear-with-a-tiger

The other way you can use a seed image is to upload your own image.

Here is a result of a chipmunk I pulled from Pixabay, with the prompt to show him holding a martini.

Seed image result

Obviously I could have spent a little bit more time getting a better rendition of the martini, but you get the idea of how powerful this can be.

Formulas

Not sure what type of descriptive words to add to a prompt to make it the way you are imagining?

That’s where formulas come in.

Formulas are built-in suggestions that you can pick from the help enhance your image. Enter the subject that you want, and increase your chances of getting what you want by adding styles, artists, formats, boosters, vibes, and perspectives. 

Formula Window

Newer to the tool, you can also add your subject and click “Inspire” to let the AI give you it’s suggestion for a formula. You can also click “Enhance” to get elements added to what you already have. I assume the AI knows what elements usually go well together, and they will give you something based on that.

Face Corrections

One universal truth about AI image generators as of today: they really don’t know how to draw human faces or hands very well.

They are getting better every day, but there is usually something a little off about them. You likely saw some weird details in our chocolate shop owner example at the beginning of this article.

Fear not, Artspace.ai has come up with a feature that will at least help some in fixing these issues.

Simply by toggling on “Enable automatic face corrections” we can get a noticeably better facial details in our results.

Prompt with no facial enhancements enabled

Prompt with no facial enhancements enabled

Prompt with facial enhancements enabled

Prompt with facial enhancements enabled

AI still has a ways to go before it’s able to fill in these details the way we want, but this tool does just as good, if not better, than other competitors I’ve tried.

Using AI Generated Images In Your Blog Posts

So all of this begs the question, “Can I use AI Generated images in my blog posts?”

Based on every platform I’ve used to create images, they all state that the creator is the owner of the work and may use them for commercial purposes.

Others claim otherwise. 

While AI Images are created from a blank canvas, the algorithms and deep learning models that power these tools still had to learn from somewhere. They sometimes learn by scanning millions of images of artists who have not given their permission for their art to be used to teach such machines.

This can be seen as some AI Image Generators even pull in the signature of artists into some generated works. That why you can sometimes see small, scrawled words that don’t make much sense. This is also why you see these tools suggesting artists that you can model your style after. These are the artists that may have been fed into the algorithm to learn to generate the art.

This creates a murky grey area that is currently being sorted out in the way of the law. ArtSpace.ai mentions this in their FAQ. They plan to keep AI artists updated on the legality of using images. 

The general consensus right now is that you are free to use any images you generate for commercial purposes, but you still don’t own the only rights to the image. Others can take the exact same image you generated and use it for their own purposes. 

This is seemingly created an open, sharable space where anything is game to be used and shared. This may also be where human-created art still stands a chance of surviving. People who want to own the rights to their work will have to still make it themselves, or commission an artist to do so.

For our purposes of generating art for our blogs, ArtSpace.ai serves it’s purpose to let us use our imaginations to create what we need to enhance our written content. We just can’t be angry or sue if others take what we’ve created and use it on their own blogs.

Who is the Company and Creator Behind ArtSpace.ai?

ArtSpace.ai was founded by Nico Engler as a side project to his widely popular Closer’s Copy AI tool. The actual company name is Nico Engler IO.

Nico was actually planning to make the tech behind Artspace as an add-on for Closer’s Copy, but realized that it was a super powerful tool that required its own platform (there is a version of ArtSpace within Closer’s Copy, but without as many features). 

It makes sense that Nico would make another AI tool as Closer’s Copy is a very popular AI Writing Tool that helps you create copy for ads, landing pages, emails, blogs, and more. 

ArtSpace.ai is a perfect complement to this program as you always need creatives to go along with written copy.

How Often Do They Update the Tool?

I know that there is a fear that you will buy the tool, and then never see an update again.

The thing is, in the few weeks that I’ve had the lifetime deal they’ve updated quite a few features. 

The Formula section has been vastly upgraded in UI, and also by adding some awesome features like Inspire and Enhance to help people further with their prompts. 

While on that site today I’ve also noticed that they’ve rolled out V1.1 of the app that appears to be using a different render engine.

I look forward to frequent updates of ArtSpace as the creator hasn’t let his customers down so far with his other software.

What are The Alternatives to Using ArtSpace.AI?

AI content generation tools are in the middle of a boom right now. Not many days go by where a new solution you’ve never heard of doesn’t pop up and advertise itself as the best solution out there.

AI image and art generators are no different, as there are many options out there to choose from.

Here’s a short list of current alternatives you could choose from:

There are plenty more out there, but these are currently some of the top ones out there on the market. There are plenty of unique features within each one, but so far I have found ArtSpace.ai to have some of the most useful unique features (being able to expand your image and edit within your generated image is priceless).

Where can you get ArtSpace.ai?

As of this writing you can still score an unlimited, lifetime license to ArtSpace.ai here.

The lifetime deal is currently 37% off (a one-time fee of $187), but this deal will get more expensive as time goes on.

I got my deal at 50% off just a few weeks ago, and now the discount is already less.

As reference, Closer’s Copy (from the same developer) used to have a lifetime deal, and has since gone to monthly plans starting at $49.99/mo. Nico isn’t playing around here. The lifetime deal is for a limited time until the product begins to take off, and then it goes to monthly.

If you want in on the power of ArtSpace.ai to be able to create quick and limitless content for your business, THE TIME IS NOW!

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