I know, I know.
Most artists, even more so if professionals have mixed fealings about AI applied to their field.
I do not. I love new & fresh tools to speed-up my workflow.
With the public release of SD and few iterations of its trained models for free we are impressively close to a technological breakthrough. For good or for worse this is going to define how digital art is done in the future, and I prefer to embrace it than forcing myself in a reactionist stance, as if this would benefit myself in any real way.
These are some of my very early attempts while getting familiar with the strange slang used to write prompts (still a long way to go considering what others are doing)::
To the future & beyond!
After I got a bit familiar in writing prompts, there are few things I want to test next:
- Tessellation to generate bigger images with higher detail.
- Upscaling via other machine learning techniques (and to fix generated faces).
- Test waifu-diffusion.
- Image compositing, since I often take photos they can match each others pretty nicely.
- Generation of seamless textures for 3d modelling in blender.
I got very good preliminary results and I want to see how deep this rabbit-hole goes.