Maintainer: bdsqlsz

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Last updated 5/28/2024


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Model overview

The qinglong_controlnet-lllite model is a pre-trained AI model developed by the maintainer bdsqlsz that focuses on image-to-image tasks. It is based on the ControlNet architecture, which allows for additional conditional control over text-to-image diffusion models like Stable Diffusion. This particular model was trained on anime-style data and can be used to generate, enhance, or modify images with an anime aesthetic.

Similar models include the TTPLanet_SDXL_Controlnet_Tile_Realistic model, which is a Controlnet-based model trained for realistic image enhancement, and the control_v11f1e_sd15_tile model, which is a Controlnet v1.1 checkpoint trained for image tiling.

Model inputs and outputs


  • Image: The model takes an input image, which can be used to guide the generation or enhancement process.


  • Image: The model outputs a new image, either generated from scratch or enhanced based on the input image.


The qinglong_controlnet-lllite model is capable of generating, enhancing, or modifying images with an anime-style aesthetic. It can be used to create new anime-style artwork, refine existing anime images, or integrate anime elements into other types of images.

What can I use it for?

The qinglong_controlnet-lllite model can be useful for a variety of applications, such as:

  • Anime art generation: Create new anime-style artwork from scratch or by using an input image as a starting point.
  • Anime image enhancement: Refine and improve the quality of existing anime images, such as by adding more detail or correcting flaws.
  • Anime-style image integration: Incorporate anime-style elements, like characters or backgrounds, into non-anime images to create a fusion of styles.

Things to try

Some interesting things to explore with the qinglong_controlnet-lllite model include:

  • Experimenting with different input images to see how the model responds and how the output can be modified.
  • Trying the model with a variety of prompts, both specific and open-ended, to see the range of anime-style outputs it can generate.
  • Combining the model's outputs with other image editing or processing techniques to create unique and compelling visual effects.

This summary was produced with help from an AI and may contain inaccuracies - check out the links to read the original source documents!

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