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AI-generated art could be one of the most controversial things in the 21st century. Artists writ large are pissed off because they think it is not "real" art, kind of like what most people think about porn. Honestly, that might be the reason that I like it so much. AI erotica can be made to reflect a fantasy that is on the edge of what is actually possible or even goes beyond reality. It can be vanilla, taboo, or what the artist wants it to be.


Of course, there are plenty of places to find it online, but not all platforms that host adult AI art has been programmed to be equal. Then there is the issue of creating it yourself. You can try to create your own erotic art on some sites, but they usually have protocols in place to prevent you from creating anything too explicit. Some websites have policies and programming to prevent any user from creating something sexy, and the few that do might not always render anything raunchy well.


You would be surprised by how many "smart" AI create women with a mono boob or an extra nipple no matter how many times you try to get it not to. However, Dopamine Girl is quite different and certainly worth looking into. That's why I did, and you should to…


My First Impression Was Spectacuarly Positive


When I first saw the title of this site, I was interested but not exactly turned on. I don't know; perhaps I was thinking that this might be the blog of someone who writes about neurochemistry. Then I clicked the link, and within the space of a couple seconds, my mind was piqued, and then my penis started to pop in my pants.


You'll see a series of pictures of beautifully rendered women in all sorts of art styles who are partially clothed or totally nude. I definitely loved the fact that if you keep taking down the previews of all of this media on an infinite scroll function, the number of pictures seemed to be endless. As I continued, I found that there were hentai-style pictures, hyper-realistic pics, and even more styles that I had never seen before. So, right off the bat, this site is certainly a great way to find all sorts of AI-made erotica.


And when it comes to all of the public ones, you can save them to your profile's favorites, download them, or even remix them. I have been on a lot of AI generation websites, and I rarely see an option to modify your own work after you've generated it, so that is an awesome feature.


The Image Generation Tools Are Quite Extensive


When it comes to this site's creation tools, you are spoiled for choice. Obviously, there are no restrictions on words or terms you can use. When it comes to image creation, more detail is always better, and you can use as many as 20,000 characters in a description. And from what I have seen, three to four hundred characters are plenty to create a highly specific, unique image. Further, you can also apply negative prompts and upload existing images (AI-generated or not), which will adjust how your image will be created.


You can also pick from one of sixteen model types as well including Photorealism, Anime, Hentai, Fantasy, and Korean. Other variables you have control over are the aspect ratio, if you want one to four images to be created, and select the scale.


Once you are finished creating your image, you can completely perfect it with the image editing feature. The tools are entirely intuitive and allow you to crop an image, apply filters, and annotate, like most other AI generators do. Unlike rival sites, Dopamine Girl has additional tools which allow you to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and other highly specific values, too. You can also add frames, redact parts of an image, and additional tools, which are included with your account at no additional cost.


Lose Track Of An Image? You Can Search For It


To make a single image, it will cost one credit, and at a minimum, you'll have to buy a thousand credits. So, with so many possible images you can make it easy to see, it'll be difficult to keep track of your creations, so it is a good thing that the site applies your creation criteria text as tags to them.


This feature is great since you can search on your own profile to find a particular image or a series of them. You can also check your history folder, your "likes" (which include other people's creations and yours), and you can save your own images to a collection file.


There Are A Couple Of Things That Bother Me


As great as this site is, I have a couple of complaints that I hope are fixed someday. The first is improving ways to find certain styles of art. There is a search engine that allows you to punch in a term and add a filter, whether or not popular, new, old, random, or something else called 'follow.' That last term does not make sense to me, so I wish it were renamed.


You can also select the style, but the names are also confusing. I mean, I also understand what hentai is, but what is the difference between HentaiV1 and HentaiV2? What exactly makes an image GorgeousV1 and makes it different from BabesV1? For that matter, why is every category name fixed with the letter V and a number? I am sure this has something to do with the way the website is designed, but it does not feel very professional.


Another thing I would modify would be the image pages. As I noted already, they are quite thorough and do not look bad per se. However, I cannot help but think that they look like look a little too technical since certain values are listed, including the seed, guidance scale, and model type is given. I am sure that might seem important to computer engineers, but I would scrap it. Instead, I would like to see a comment section, a rating option, or some way to leave feedback.


Also, I am not sure if it is a design issue or what, but while the site does look great on mobile, it is a little laggy when it comes to image loading.


Buy Credits Vs. Getting A Membership: Here Are The Benefits


You will have to pay for this service, but the cost and benefits are certainly worth it. One way to use Dopamine Girl is by simply buying credits. If you spend $10, you'll get 1,000; for $20, 2,2,69, $50 gets you 5,969; and for $100, you receive 13,696. The only other thing you will need is a Google account.


That's not bad, but I think that a monthly membership has a certain appeal to it. For a $10 monthly subscription, you start 1,000 credits, can generate an image at a time with normal resolution, a commercial license, and all of your images are public. The only benefit that this has over simply buying credits is that generation is twice as fast.


However, if you spend even more, there are even more benefits. At the $30 Pro level, you get 3,000 credits a month, and you can make three images at a time at four times the generation speed. You'll also be eligible for a team commercial license. You can also keep your images in a private folder.


Then there is the Premium package which, for $60, gets you 6,969 credits, six times the generation speed and four times the resolution.


When You Get An Account, You Get A Nice Turtorial


Another neat aspect of this website is the fact that when you sign up to get an account, you will receive a series of welcome emails. You might think that, like other websites, it is just a trivial "hey, thanks for joining" type message but not at all. In fact, you are automatically sent a series of onboarding emails that get you acclimated to using the site. They are written in a way that would appeal to an engineer or a computer expert and might come off as "odd" to most other people. However, it is nice to see this since no other AI generator (or, really, almost any website for creative activity) does this.


Comparing This Site To Others On The Market


As I pointed out at the start, there are not a lot of artistic AI websites that even allow you to make erotica, so this a pretty small space. To make this a fair review, I pulled a couple of popular AI art makers for comparison.


Neural.Love is a free generator, unlike Dopamine Girl, so that is nice. However, its generation time can be painfully slow when creating images. While there is technically an erotica series of pictures, they are not exactly wank worthy. What is worse, you cannot even use terms like "naked," "nude," "tits," or anything like that.


Other sites like Live3D.io is another platform that says it has the capacity to create nudity art. For one, generating a single image will only take about five minutes, which is painfully slow by any standard. And it does not matter how simple or complete you specify your criteria. The end result will yield something erotic, although it may also have elements of an Eldritch horror novel.


I tried playing around with it and did get anime-style samples of erotica, but in every case, limbs would appear unattached to bodies, and genitals would look like something an alien would have. Most disturbingly, the character's anatomy would be twisted into impossible positions which were in no way sexy.


This Is One Of The Best Erotic AI Generators I Have Ever Seen


Whether you are deeply fascinated by the power of AI-made erotica, simply like seeing cartoon or CGI porn, or are interested in making it, you'll love Dopamine Girl. The site itself has a few things that I would tweak, but they are minor enough that I am not going to take off a bunch of points. With that endorsement, I am going to give this site four and a half out of five hands.


So get your dopamine hit and click on this site.



What I Like About Dopamine Girl

-You'll see perhaps the largest collection of AI-made erotica

-You can make plenty of AI art with excellent tools

-The computer renderings are some of the best I have seen

-They provide plenty of onboarding tools, unlike other sites

-When it comes to pricing, this website is pretty fair


What I Hate About Dopamine Girl

-Certain parts of the design might seem too "techy."

-The site loads a little slow on mobile machines

-I would like there to be more search options

-This site could use a category page, too