Ask AI Equestrian Edition: Star Wars

Okay, okay. We’re a couple days late on this one. But …Uh, we had a slight weapons malfunction, but uh… everything’s perfectly all right now. We’re fine. We’re all fine here now, thank you.

Happy belated May 4th to all our equestrians who also love Star Wars. May the 4th be with you (a day or two ago)! To celebrate the day, we’ve decided to ask AI to combine horses and Star Wars. Here’s what was generated.

All AI generated photos from Magic Studio.

The first ask was pretty generic: “Star Wars Horses.”

From there I moved on to seeing different characters riding horses:

“Darth Vader riding a horse”

“Luke Skywalker riding a horse.” This horse may have a broken leg, but apparently seems to be serviceably sound.

“Obi-Wan Kenobi riding a horse.” Maybe it’s normal for a horse in Star Wars to have three back legs?

“Jabba the Hutt riding a horse.” Looks like Jabba went on a diet and got some plastic surgery.

“Han Solo riding a horse.” Wow! This one has four front legs!

“Princess Leia riding a horse.” Well, Princess Leia looks GOOD… the horse… not so much.

“Sheev Palpatine riding a horse.” Not the vision I had for this one.

“Lando Calrissian riding a horse.” AI surprised me on this one! The horse looks fairly…accurate.

“Boba Fett riding a horse.” And we’re back to a horse with deformed legs.

“Yoda riding a horse.” I almost like this one enough I’d hang it on a wall in my house.

“Chewbacca riding a horse.”

“R2-D2 riding a horse.” This horse looks more like a spider… and this… isn’t R2-D2. This is more like if R2-D2 and a Storm Trooper had a child.

“C-3PO riding a horse.” This one looks pretty dang good (… if that’s what C-3PO looked like)!

“Storm Troopers riding horses.”

“The Mandalorian riding a horse.”

“Padme Amidala riding a horse.”

“Count Dooku riding a horse.” Okay, AI, we see you!

As always, AI kept it interesting. May the horse be with you AND may the force be with you, Horse Nation!

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