Discover how artificial intelligence turned Beetlejuice into an anime version
Beetlejuice He is one of the most famous characters in American cinema. 80s, created by the genius of Tim Burton. It is a deceased person who lives in the city no world, a recreation of the real world according to the vision of the dead. Beetlejuice works like “Exorcist of the Living” (or “bioexorcist”) who helps ghosts expel any living thing that bothers them from their home. His personality is dirty, rude and spiteful and his methods are unorthodox and dangerous.
What would Beetlejuice look like in an anime version according to artificial intelligence?
But, What would this character look like if it were an anime? Which characteristics would you keep and which would you change? To answer these questions, we used an artificial intelligence tool that generates images from text. The tool is called Midjourney and is able to create high-quality graphics by writing a description.
So we asked Midjourney to draw us an anime version of Beetlejuice, and this was the result:
As we can see, the image retains some characteristic elements of Beetlejuice, such as her striped suit, her green hair and her black and white makeup. However, it also adds some anime style touches such as: her big, expressive eyes, her small nose and her smiling mouth. In addition, it gives him a more youthful and slimmer appearance, in keeping with the design of many Japanese cartoon characters.
The image shows us Beetlejuice in a dynamic and funny pose, as if he’s ready to cause some mischief. His facial expression is confident and mocking, reflecting his mischievous and carefree personality. The background is dark and nebulous, creating a contrast to the character and suggesting his supernatural origins.
The picture is an example of this how artificial intelligence can create art from words, combining different elements and influences. Midjourney is a tool that allows you to explore creativity and imagination and create unique and innovative images.
If you liked this image of Beetlejuice in the anime version, you can try Midjourney for yourself and see what other works you can create. All you have to do is write a description and the artificial intelligence will do the rest. Dare?