Midjourney Tile Parameter — 5 Beautiful Examples (v6)

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The Midjourney tile parameter is a feature that allows users to generate images that can be used as repeating tiles to create seamless patterns for various applications such as fabrics, wallpapers, and textures. To use the tile parameter, you simply add --tile to the end of your prompt. For example, if you want to create a tile with a watercolor koi pattern, your prompt would be “watercolor koi --tile

Example 1: Watercolor Koi –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: watercolor koi --tile --v 6.0

Example 2: Mona Lisa –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: mona lisa --tile --v 6.0

Do you see the beautiful transitions between two aligned images? Note that the single output from the prompt was this image, and I arranged it as a tile:

Example 3: Soccer Girl –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: soccer girl --tile --v 6.0

Example 4: Fairy Tale –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: boy and girl fairy kiss each other on leaf in spring --tile --v 6.0

Example 5: Python Snakes –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: python snakes --tile --v 6.0

Bonus Example: Lord Voldemort –tile

πŸ’‘ Prompt: lord voldemort --tile --v 6.0

The --tile parameter is compatible with Midjourney Model Versions 1, 2, 3, test, testp, 5, 5.1, and 5.2. However, it does not work with the Niji model or Version 4. It’s important to note that the --tile parameter only generates a single tile. To visualize how the tile repeats and forms a pattern, you would need to use a pattern-making tool like a seamless pattern checker.

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What Are Some Example Prompts That Can Be Used with the Midjourney Tile Parameter?

The Midjourney --tile parameter can be used with a variety of prompts to generate images that can be used as repeating tiles to create seamless patterns.

Here are some examples of prompts that can be used with the --tile parameter:

  1. "scribble of moss on rocks --tile"
  2. "watercolor koi --tile"
  3. "beautiful fantasy map in the style of Lord of the Rings --tile --c 1"
  4. "3d tetris, white background --tile"
  5. "modern minimalist pattern --tile --v 5 --s 250"
  6. "elephant retro seamless pattern, nursery decor, simple, 16k resolution --tile --s 500"
  7. "monstera leaf seamless pattern --tile --q 2 --s 500"
  8. "100 x 100 tiled game map with large grasslands and river, top down view, styles of SNES --tile"
  9. "game map with varied terrain, style of Advance Wars for Game Boy Advance --c 1 --tile"
  10. "frog pattern, breathtaking illustrated, simple, featured on pixiv, muted colors indigo dark with minimalism, irina nordsol kuzmina, a hazy memory --ar 16:9 --tile"
  11. "peonies and buds, Baroque Jean-HonorΓ© Fragonard style, seamless wallpaper, pastel colors on a teal blue --tile"
  12. "a geometric pattern --tile"
  13. "a floral design --tile"
  14. "a starry night --tile"
  15. "Ancient magical forest, super mario level, pixel art, by Dan Mumford –ar 2:1 –tile"
  16. "seamless pattern that features small cute pastel colored forest animals --stylize 250 --tile"

Remember, the --tile parameter only generates a single tile. To visualize how the tile repeats and forms a pattern, you would need to use a pattern-making tool like a seamless pattern checker.


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