So I decided to combine the various forces of my mobile's autocomplete, a GPT-2 Text generator, and CrAIyon (neé Dall-E Mini) to make a short story. A VERY short "story". This is what was created:

Paisley was very bored, and saw the other things that were scrapping the last one piece of the door. She decided she would have a try at it herself.

She jumped out of the hole, and landed on the other side of the door, on a nice soft grassy place, but had to jump up again.

"It's still closed though" she said.

She pushed the door, and it was just closed, but then it opened.

"It's too easy" said Paisley, "I must try something else".

She jumped off the grass, and up to another door.

The door opened, and there were all these long corridors and hallways that all seemed to go in different directions. Paisley hopped into one of the corridors, which went in a sort of circle, and went on and on.

It was dark and dusty, but there were little lights, which Paisley was looking for.

She hopped forward, and she saw that the little light bulbs were all hanging on a sort of...

I decided for my sanity to stop there. 

This is how the daemonic sausage was made: 

First, the autocompleted seed sentence from my Mobile, started with "Paisley was very bored," 

Then I ran it through  https://textsynth.com/playground.html (as Talk to Transformer no longer works the way I like) and got a longer story, 

Which I then dumped into CrAIyon (neé Dall-E Mini), which generated this scenery which I utilised for the illustration. 


Paisley P. Peinforte

About Paisley P. Peinforte

Having successfully invaded both America and Canada from her home base in Windsor, Paisley has become horribly corrupted by the world. She hates active voice and wished to god Twitter had an edit button but is now glad to be rid of that place. Dedicated to "creating the greatest 'Ship of them all", she ponders horribly terrible, idiotic things for your amusement.

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I'm a snarky, semi-horrible human being given to penning intentionally bad epic slashfiction involving improbable objects and individuals, with the ultimate ambition of befouling Kindle with it one day,which is ostensibly what this blog is for.

In practice, however, it tends to mainly be a circular file for my various thoughts and ideas, some whimsical and others not, in addition to my various Photoshop experiments, mainly collections of what I originally generated for Twitter but now do for Mastodon Threads Bluesky thanks to Twitter becoming a fascist hellscape.

I also have a sideproject doing art for my addition to Doctor Who fanon, Karnian Script which is a more sigil-based, witchy take on Galifreyan variants.