Looking for a MidJourney prompt cheat sheet?
I created a free prompt writing worksheet that includes the seven main ingredients to include when writing a MidJourney prompt, plus pages to track your prompts, what worked, what didn’t, and the final results.
Use the top portion as a reference to generate better AI art prompts, then practice writing your own. Use them to create your own prompt logbook and journal.
Here’s what you’ll find inside the worksheet PDF file.
7 Essential Prompt Writing Ingredients
Use this section for guidance and brainstorming prompt creation.
- Who/what is my main subject? (Ex: Person, Place, or Thing)
- How does it look? What is it wearing? Any particular details that the AI should know about? (Ex: Blue eyes, Wearing a Geisha robe with gold stitching)
- What’s the mood of the subject? (Intense gaze, staring off to the side, loyal, fierce)
- What is the setting or background? Where is it taking place? (Ex: A stunning Dojo in Japan, Next to a volcano, golden hour)
- Is there a specific style that I want? Any particular artist I want to emulate? (Ex: Fantasy, Steampunk, Van Gogh style)
- Which kind of media am I going for? (Ex: Digital Art, Watercolor, Photograph)
- MidJourney parameters to include:
AI Mode (Ex: V4, V3, test, testp)
Aspect Ratio (Ex: 9:16, 16:9, 4:3)
Upscale Version (Ex: Beta Upscale, Light Upscale)
Prompt Tracking Sheet: Record Your Prompts
The second page of the worksheet is a blank form to:
- Create prompts
- Record success or failure of the initial first try at each prompt
- Keep track of the changes and versions of each prompt
- Remember which version of MidJourney each prompt works best with
- Keep a record of the outcomes
- Stay organized
MidJourney Prompt Writing Worksheet Download
Use my MidJourney prompt writing worksheets to make sense of the trial and error of crafting prompts. By writing things down, you’ll be able to keep it all straight and waste less time aimlessly generating images.
You can also use it for brainstorming prompts to try. Print off as many copies as you need and keep them in a notebook!
Note: This worksheet pdf will also work in GoodNotes for digital use. If you use in GoodNotes, you can include an image of the results too.
Get the PDF free in my shop: MidJourney Prompt Writing Worksheet