material-diffusion-sdxl

Maintainer: pwntus

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1

Last updated 6/9/2024
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Model overview

material-diffusion-sdxl is a Stable Diffusion XL model developed by pwntus that outputs tileable images for use in 3D applications such as Monaverse. It builds upon the Diffusers Stable Diffusion XL model by optimizing the output for seamless tiling. This can be useful for creating textures, patterns, and seamless backgrounds for 3D environments and virtual worlds.

Model inputs and outputs

The material-diffusion-sdxl model takes a variety of inputs to control the generation process, including a text prompt, image size, number of outputs, and more. The outputs are URLs pointing to the generated image(s).

Inputs

  • Prompt: The text prompt that describes the desired image
  • Negative Prompt: Text to guide the model away from certain outputs
  • Width/Height: The dimensions of the generated image
  • Num Outputs: The number of images to generate
  • Num Inference Steps: The number of denoising steps to use during generation
  • Guidance Scale: The scale for classifier-free guidance
  • Seed: A random seed to control the generation process
  • Refine: The type of refiner to use on the output
  • Refine Steps: The number of refine steps to use
  • High Noise Frac: The fraction of noise to use for the expert ensemble refiner
  • Apply Watermark: Whether to apply a watermark to the generated images

Outputs

  • Image URLs: A list of URLs pointing to the generated images

Capabilities

The material-diffusion-sdxl model is capable of generating high-quality, tileable images across a variety of subjects and styles. It can be used to create seamless textures, patterns, and backgrounds for 3D environments and virtual worlds. The model's ability to output images in a tileable format sets it apart from more general text-to-image models like Stable Diffusion.

What can I use it for?

The material-diffusion-sdxl model can be used to generate tileable textures, patterns, and backgrounds for 3D applications, virtual environments, and other visual media. This can be particularly useful for game developers, 3D artists, and designers who need to create seamless and repeatable visual elements. The model can also be fine-tuned on specific materials or styles to create custom assets, as demonstrated by the sdxl-woolitize model.

Things to try

Experiment with different prompts and input parameters to see the variety of tileable images the material-diffusion-sdxl model can generate. Try prompts that describe specific materials, patterns, or textures to see how the model responds. You can also try using the model in combination with other tools and techniques, such as 3D modeling software or image editing programs, to create unique and visually striking assets for your projects.



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