ghibli-diffusion

Maintainer: tstramer

Total Score

44

Last updated 5/17/2024
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Model overview

The ghibli-diffusion model is a fine-tuned Stable Diffusion model trained on images from modern anime feature films by Studio Ghibli. This model can generate images in the distinctive visual style of Studio Ghibli, known for its detailed, imaginative worlds and memorable characters. Compared to the original Stable Diffusion model, the ghibli-diffusion model has been specialized to produce art with a Ghibli-esque aesthetic. Other similar models include studio-ghibli, eimis_anime_diffusion, and sdxl-pixar, each with their own unique specializations.

Model inputs and outputs

The ghibli-diffusion model takes a text prompt as input and generates one or more corresponding images. Users can control various aspects of the image generation, including the size, number of outputs, guidance scale, and number of inference steps. The model also accepts a seed value to allow for reproducible random generation.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text description of the desired image
  • Seed: A random seed value to use for generating the image
  • Width/Height: The desired size of the output image
  • Num Outputs: The number of images to generate
  • Guidance Scale: The scale for classifier-free guidance
  • Num Inference Steps: The number of denoising steps to perform
  • Negative Prompt: Text describing aspects to avoid in the output

Outputs

  • Images: One or more generated images matching the input prompt

Capabilities

The ghibli-diffusion model can generate a wide variety of Ghibli-inspired images, from detailed characters and creatures to fantastical landscapes and environments. The model excels at capturing the whimsical, hand-drawn aesthetic of classic Ghibli films, with soft brushstrokes, vibrant colors, and a sense of wonder.

What can I use it for?

The ghibli-diffusion model is well-suited for creating concept art, illustrations, and fan art inspired by Studio Ghibli films. Artists and designers could use this model to quickly generate Ghibli-style images as a starting point for their own creative projects, or to produce Ghibli-themed artwork, merchandise, and promotional materials. The model's ability to generate multiple variations on a single prompt also makes it useful for ideation and experimentation.

Things to try

Try using the model to generate images of specific Ghibli characters, animals, or settings by incorporating relevant keywords into your prompts. Experiment with adjusting the guidance scale and number of inference steps to find the right balance between detail and cohesion. You can also try using the model to create unique blends of Ghibli aesthetics with other styles or genres, such as science fiction or fantasy.



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