How to prompt

The prompt is your image description. It’s what Nai uses to bring your imagination to life
Part of what makes Nai so fun and addictive is the ability to turn even the most basic prompts into incredible images.
To generate an image, you must enter a command + prompt.
THE COMMAND (ex: /nai) defines which model you are creating with.
THE PROMPT (ex: cute dog girl with pink hair, sunset, stunning, cinematic lighting, beautiful) defines what our bot will create.
Here are some examples:
Your prompt is up to you. The only limit is your imagination.
We train our models to be responsive to prompts of varying length and quality. However, while even the most basic prompts can produce stunning images, we encourage all gennorrators to learn the basics of prompting to optimize image output.
/cin analog style, cat in a hat and scarf, it's snowing in the forest, yellow-black, diffused light, realism, dynamic photo, sharp focus, studio photo, intricate details, highly detailed, unreal engine
When constructing your prompt, consider the following:

Below are some tips to maximize the quality of your prompt:

- Avoid short, non-descriptive prompts. The more detail the better.
- Separate text with commas for best results [ex: cute dog girl, sunset, stunning]
- Use parentheses to emphasize important descriptions [ex: cute dog girl, ((pink hair)), sunset]
- Use style descriptions to enhance the quality of your render [ex: 8k, abstract, photo realistic, cinematic lighting]
- Use style descriptions to mimic the style of famous artists and/or photographers (ex: monet, watercolor; picasso, abstract; or cyberpunk, syd mead)
When you know exactly what you want, you should be as clear and accurate as you can with your prompt. Use descriptive and detailed language in your prompt.
If you’re feeling creative, you can also use abstract descriptions and leave the interpretation up to Nai. For example ¨magical happiness¨ or “mystical sunshine”
On Discord, advanced prompters have more freedom
Add --raw to your prompt to disable our backend prompt assistance
Add --uc=[negative prompts] to add negative prompts
Add --cfg=number to adjust how closely the model follows the prompt (the higher the number, the more it follows)
We recommend these only for advanced prompters as results can be worse if correct prompt engineering isn't used.
The power is within you. Just keep these tips in mind and leave the rest to your imagination.