It's the same for me, too. When I imagine things, I see them in strange approximations and blendings of shapes and colors, much like these pictures. I love D&D 5e's art, but they're so precise, and don't leave much up to the imagination. These pictures make your brain work and try to make connections to what you're seeing and what you wrote as the prompt. That makes them more interesting and expressive, to me at least.Is it weird if I find these pictures more evocative than the regular 5e art? I feel these dream-like painting are closer to the vagueness of our imagination.
Yep. I’m still trying various classical art references alternating with “Two-headed werewolf using rapiers”. The latter most often results in something resembling a scene from John Carpenter’s The Thing.The trick is to repeat as necessary apparently. I tired "ninja cat" a bunch more times and got nothing nearly as cool as the one I posted. Mostly nightmare fuel.