ghost_mix_v2

Maintainer: sky-admin

Total Score

28

Last updated 6/13/2024
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Model overview

The ghost_mix_v2 model is a mixed AI model created by sky-admin that builds upon previous models like GhostMix, realistic-vision-v3, and HighRiseMixV2. It is specialized for generating images with city and skyscraper backgrounds, with a focus on creating cute, anime-style characters.

Model inputs and outputs

The ghost_mix_v2 model takes in a variety of inputs, including a text prompt, seed, steps, width, height, CFG scale, and more. It then generates a single image output in the form of a URI.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text prompt describing the desired image
  • Seed: The seed value used to initialize the random number generator
  • Steps: The number of steps to run the image generation process
  • Width: The desired width of the generated image
  • Height: The desired height of the generated image
  • CFG Scale: The guidance scale, which controls the strength of the text prompt
  • Enable HR: A boolean indicating whether to generate a high-resolution version of the image
  • Sampler Name: The name of the sampler to use for image generation
  • Negative Prompt: A text prompt describing undesired elements to exclude from the generated image

Outputs

  • Output: A URI pointing to the generated image

Capabilities

The ghost_mix_v2 model is capable of generating high-quality, anime-style images with detailed city and skyscraper backgrounds. It can produce a wide variety of scenes and characters, from cute schoolgirls to dynamic cityscapes.

What can I use it for?

The ghost_mix_v2 model could be useful for a variety of applications, such as:

  • Generating concept art or illustrations for anime, manga, or video games
  • Creating custom stock images or assets for commercial use
  • Experimenting with AI-generated art and image creation

Things to try

One interesting aspect of the ghost_mix_v2 model is its ability to generate images with a consistent anime-inspired style, even when using different prompts. You could try experimenting with various prompts and settings to see how the model handles different types of scenes and characters, or explore the impact of the negative prompt on the generated images.



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