r/StableDiffusion • u/frigis9 • Oct 02 '22
Img2Img Using old cartoons as init images
r/StableDiffusion • u/Aqwis • Sep 11 '22
Img2Img A better (?) way of doing img2img by finding the noise which reconstructs the original image
r/StableDiffusion • u/bazarow17 • Sep 12 '22
Img2Img SD + IMG2IMG + After Effects. I generated 2 images and added animations to them. It seems it is already possible to generate frames for cartoons
r/StableDiffusion • u/RadDadZen_Twitch • Sep 15 '22
Img2Img Turning RL people into Fantasy Art - Prompt in Comments!
r/StableDiffusion • u/legoldgem • Sep 26 '22
Img2Img Am I spending every spare moment in front of the PC lately?
r/StableDiffusion • u/mysteryguitarm • Sep 26 '22
Img2Img I spent a few days figuring out how to train SD on my face... and then put myself into a bunch of classic movie frames.
r/StableDiffusion • u/numbian • Oct 05 '22
Img2Img I was messing around with img2img and I created this monstrosity - a scene from Witcher as a Studio Ghibli animation
r/StableDiffusion • u/pjgalbraith • Oct 20 '22
Img2Img Sci-fi art timelapse using Img2Img and Photoshop
r/StableDiffusion • u/ilikemrrogers • Oct 05 '22
Img2Img My favorite thing to do with SD: turn my kids’ drawrings into real life.
r/StableDiffusion • u/TheGrimGuardian • Sep 19 '22
Img2Img Still can't believe this technology is real. My talentless 2 minute sketch on the left.
r/StableDiffusion • u/thebabyburner • Sep 08 '22
Img2Img proof of concept using img2img + ebsynth to animate from hands
r/StableDiffusion • u/Pfaeff • Sep 09 '22
Img2Img Enhancing local detail and cohesion by mosaicing
r/StableDiffusion • u/Sharchasm • Sep 30 '22
Img2Img My take on doomer girl
r/StableDiffusion • u/smooshie • Sep 30 '22
Img2Img Not sure if I want some stir Fry
r/StableDiffusion • u/Pereulkov • Sep 19 '22
Img2Img «It just seemed». I used SD to show the feeling of war in art project
r/StableDiffusion • u/dulldata • Sep 05 '22
Img2Img de-impressionizing a Monet
r/StableDiffusion • u/evilstiefel • Sep 18 '22
Img2Img Use img2img to refine details
Whenever you generate images that have a lot of detail and different topics in them, SD struggles to not mix those details into every "space" it's filling in running through the denoising step. Suppose we want a bar-scene from dungeons and dragons, we might prompt for something like
"gloomy bar from dungeons and dragons with a burly bartender, art by [insert your favorite artist]"
Which results in an image as follows, maybe:
Now I like the result, but for me, as happens a lot, the people also get lost in the generation, and while the impression is nice, it lacks a lot to "make it usable".
img2img-inpainting to the rescue!
With the web-ui, we can bring those people to life. The step is fairly simple:
- send the result to im2img inpainting (I use automatic1111s version of the gradio-UI)
- draw a mask covering a single character (not all of them!)
- change the prompt so it matches what you want, e.g "red-haired warrior sitting at a table in a bar" for the women (?) on the left
- keep the strength above 0.5 to get meaningful results
- set masked content to "original"
- select "inpaint at full resolution" for best results
- you can keep the resolution at 512x512, it does *not* have to match the original format
The results are cool, SD has rarely been a "1 prompt and perfect result" tool for me, and inpainting offers amazing possibilities.
After doing the same thing for all the characters (feeding the intermediate images back to the input), I end up with something like this:
It's a lot of fun to play around with! The masking via browser is sometimes fiddly, so if you can, use the feature to upload the mask from an external program (you can use GIMP or PS to have the masked area filled in white and leave the rest black).
You also don't have to restrict it to just people, you can re-create parts of everything else aswell:
r/StableDiffusion • u/DGSpitzer • Sep 25 '22
Img2Img Let AI redraw classic illusion painting, but change prompts for different illusory results. Turns out...
r/StableDiffusion • u/jd_3d • Sep 12 '22
Img2Img This community continues to blow me away. 8 days ago I was amazed by my 1408 x 960 resolution image. With all the new features I'm now doing 6 megapixel native output (3072x2048). That's 24 times more pixels than 512x512. Full workflow in comments.
r/StableDiffusion • u/rockbandit • Sep 14 '22
Img2Img Turning my dog into a robot with img2img (prompt inside)
r/StableDiffusion • u/qdozaq • Oct 05 '22
Img2Img Overview of my SD and after effects workflow on a recent piece
r/StableDiffusion • u/jonnyjive5 • Oct 04 '22
Img2Img My attempt at a real life version of the Yes Chad meme.
r/StableDiffusion • u/Uncle_Warlock • Oct 06 '22
Img2Img Guess the movie! Please no cheating!
r/StableDiffusion • u/frigis9 • Sep 16 '22
Img2Img Reverting modern games back to VGA graphics
r/StableDiffusion • u/gormlabenz • Sep 05 '22