loteria

Maintainer: zeke

Total Score

4

Last updated 5/23/2024
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Model overview

The loteria model is a fine-tuned version of the SDXL text-to-image generation model, created by Zeke specifically for generating loteria cards. Loteria is a traditional Mexican bingo-like game with richly illustrated cards, and this model aims to capture that unique artistic style. Compared to similar models like SDXL, Stable Diffusion, MasaCtrl-SDXL, and SDXL-Lightning, the loteria model has been specialized to generate images with the classic loteria card aesthetic.

Model inputs and outputs

The loteria model takes a text prompt as input and generates one or more images as output. The prompt can describe the desired content of the loteria card, and the model will attempt to render that in its own distinctive visual style. Other input parameters allow you to control aspects like the image size, number of outputs, and the degree of "inpainting" or refinement applied.

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text prompt describing the desired loteria card content
  • Negative prompt: An optional prompt that describes content to avoid
  • Image: An optional input image to use for inpainting or img2img generation
  • Mask: A URI pointing to an image mask for inpainting mode
  • Width/Height: The desired dimensions of the output image(s)
  • Num outputs: The number of images to generate (up to 4)
  • Seed: A random seed value to control image generation
  • Scheduler: The algorithm to use for the diffusion process
  • Guidance scale: Controls the strength of guidance during generation
  • Num inference steps: The number of denoising steps to perform
  • Refine: Selects a refinement method for the generated images
  • LoRA scale: The additive scale for any LoRA models used
  • High noise frac: The fraction of high noise to use for refinement
  • Apply watermark: Whether to apply a watermark to the output images

Outputs

  • Images: The generated loteria card image(s) as a list of URIs

Capabilities

The loteria model is able to generate a wide variety of loteria-style card images based on the provided text prompt. It can capture the bold, illustrative aesthetic of traditional loteria cards, including their distinctive borders, text, and symbolic imagery. The model can handle prompts describing specific loteria card symbols, scenes, or themes, and produces output that is visually consistent with the loteria art style.

What can I use it for?

The loteria model could be useful for a variety of applications related to the loteria game and Mexican culture. You could use it to generate custom loteria cards for game nights, events, or merchandise. The model's unique visual style also makes it well-suited for art projects, illustrations, or design work inspired by loteria imagery. Additionally, the model could be used to create educational materials or digital experiences that teach about the history and cultural significance of loteria.

Things to try

One interesting thing to try with the loteria model is to experiment with prompts that combine multiple loteria symbols or themes. The model should be able to blend these elements together into a single, cohesive loteria card design. You could also try using the inpainting or refinement options to modify or enhance generated images, perhaps by adding specific details or correcting imperfections. Finally, playing around with the various input parameters like guidance scale, number of inference steps, and LoRA scale can help you find the sweet spot for your desired visual style.



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