There are seemingly countless AI art apps out there, but arguably few are as accessible as PicFinder.AI.
When you launch the web app you are met with a simple prompt box, encouraging you to dive right in. You type in at least five descriptive words, and then set the AI running. I went with “a picture of a dinosaur playing soccer against humans,” and within a few seconds, I was presented with dozens of images of mostly what I had hoped for - dinosaurs and humans in the game of their lives.
Images are laid out in a vertical set of pairs, but as you scroll down the page you’re presented with more and more variations. I tried to keep count, but as I went, PicFinder.AI just kept generating more and more pictures.
By default, images are presented in a square format using the AbsluteReality model. But clicking into the settings dropdown presents a batch of other aspect ratios and image models. I decided to try the 16:9 landscape ratio paired with the ReV Animated model, and the resulting pictures were certainly wider with a look that was more akin to an animated movie.
The fact that PicFinder.AI is a free tool is a serious win for anyone looking to create AI art. Nonetheless, the ads on the website do tend to get in the way from time to time, and, anecdotally speaking, they seem to impact how long it takes for images to populate.
Despite this, there’s still a lot to like with PicFinder.AI. The fact that you can use it without having to sign up for an account is a natural plus, and the ease of getting started just makes it simple to try out.
Of course, if you need something more powerful, you’ll find it easily enough, but for those who just need something fast, PicFinder.AI is an easy recommendation.