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Tutorial on Using Blend Command in Mid-Journey


In this tutorial, we will explore how to use the Blend command in Mid-Journey to combine images. We will discuss the pros and cons of using the Blend command and provide possible alternatives to it.

Using the Blend Command

The Blend command in Mid-Journey is an easier way of combining images than was previously used within the/imagine command. Let’s explore how to use it.

Combining Two Images

To combine two images using the Blend command, type in slash blend, and then drop the two images into the provided image boxes. Once the images are in place, press enter.

For example, you can insert a picture of a girl in a business suit and a boardroom image to see how the Blend command combines them.

Combining Multiple Images

Mid-Journey allows you to combine up to five images using the Blend command. To do this, move the cursor on the bottom line and click on the image slot you want to fill next. For example, you can combine a picture of a girl with a picture of an elf and a picture of a tavern to create a fantasy scene.

Pros and Cons of Using the Blend Command

The Blend command is a quick and easy way of combining images in Mid-Journey. However, it has some drawbacks.


The Blend command’s simplicity comes with some limitations. For instance, it may not work with all types of paintings or create the desired effect, such as with Renaissance-type paintings.

Possible Alternatives

If the Blend command does not work for your purposes, you can use other commands such as /imagine, /merge, /composite, or /mosaic to merge images. These commands may offer more customization options.


The Blend command is a quick and easy way to merge images in Mid-Journey. However, it may not work for all types of images or situations. It is good to explore other merging commands to find what works best for your project.