Maintainer: p1atdev

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Last updated 5/28/2024


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Model overview

pvc-v3 is a latent diffusion model fine-tuned on Waifu Diffusion v1.5 beta 2 with PVC figure images. It can generate images using Danbooru tags, and is capable of producing high-quality PVC figure-style images. The model was created by p1atdev, who has also developed similar models like plat-diffusion and Baka-Diffusion.

Model inputs and outputs

The pvc-v3 model takes text prompts as input and generates corresponding images in the PVC figure style. The model supports the use of Danbooru tags in the prompts, which allow for the generation of specific character and scene elements.


  • Text prompts: The model can accept text prompts that include Danbooru tags to generate specific types of PVC figure images.


  • Images: The model outputs high-quality, PVC figure-style images based on the provided text prompts.


The pvc-v3 model excels at generating detailed, anime-inspired PVC figure images. It can produce a wide variety of characters, scenes, and styles using Danbooru tags in the prompts. The model is particularly adept at capturing the nuances of PVC figure design, such as the materials, textures, and overall aesthetic.

What can I use it for?

The pvc-v3 model can be used for a variety of creative and entertainment purposes, such as:

  • Generating artwork: Users can create high-quality PVC figure-style images for personal use, as well as for commercial projects like illustrations, character designs, and concept art.
  • Prototyping and visualization: The model can be used to quickly generate PVC figure concepts and designs, which can be useful for product development and design projects.
  • Hobby and fan art: Anime and figure enthusiasts can use the model to create custom PVC figure-inspired art and content.

Things to try

One interesting aspect of the pvc-v3 model is its ability to blend different Danbooru tags to create unique and unexpected PVC figure-style images. For example, users can experiment with combining character tags, such as "1girl" and "cat ears", or scene tags, such as "street" and "rain", to see how the model interprets and combines these elements.

Another interesting thing to try is using the model's capabilities to explore different artistic styles and interpretations of PVC figure design. By adjusting the prompts and experimenting with different keywords, users can see how the model responds and explore the boundaries of its capabilities.

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