Stable Diffusion Prompt Generator (F) (F)

this is how to make a good prompt "1. Core Prompt The simplest way of describing the central theme, subject, or figure in your prompt, for instance; Panda A warrior with a sword Skeleton In simple prompts, this is often the center around which the rest of the prompt is built. As a beginner, it’s tempting to use a prompt this simple and just call it a day. While core prompts on their own often work relatively well with newer models at default DreamStudio settings, the image quality may suffer in earlier models and at non-default settings. Additionally, while conceptually consistent with the prompt, these images are fairly generic. Their prompts could benefit from a lot more specificity, which is tied directly to… 2. Style Style is a crucial part of the prompt. The AI model, when failing to recognize a requested style, usually defaults to one most common in related images. For example, given the core prompt of “landscape,” the model would likely generate landscapes that were realistic or in the style of an oil painting. Having a well-chosen style together with an effective core prompt is sometimes enough to create a fully-realized concept; after the core prompt, the choice of style influences your final image the most in a simple prompt. The most commonly used styles include: Realistic Oil painting Pencil drawing Concept art There are a number of ways to invoke a style in your prompts. To take an example from above, the following are ways you might format a prompt for a realistic image: a photo of [core prompt] a photograph of [core prompt] [core prompt], hyperrealistic [core prompt], realistic You can, of course, combine these modifiers to pursue greater realism, but a little often goes a long way. Referring back to our style examples, for an image in the style of an oil painting, adding something like “an oil painting of [core prompt]” to your prompt works well.. This sometimes results in the image showing an oil painting in a frame, to fix this you can just re-run the prompt or use negative weighting (discussed below). “An oil painting of a panda” Prompt Guide Example Panda Oil Painted For an image in the style of a pencil drawing, one easy approach is to add “a pencil drawing of” to your core prompt or make your prompt “[core prompt] pencil drawing”. “a pencil drawing of a panda” Prompt Guide Example Panda Pencil Painted The same applies to landscape art. “A landscape painting of a panda habitat” Prompt Guide Example Panda Landscape 3. Artist To make your style more specific, or the image more coherent, you can use artists’ names in your prompt. For instance, if you want a very abstract image, you can add “in the style of Pablo Picasso” or just simply, “Picasso”. Below are lists of non-living artists (subdivided by style) that can be used, but doing some art history research of your own is encouraged–you’ll learn a lot about what elements contribute to pieces that move you, and you’ll discover a lot of incredible art and artists whose work you might never have come across otherwise. Portrait Artists John Singer Sargent Edgar Degas Paul Cézanne Jan van Eyck Oil Painters Leonardo DaVinci Vincent Van Gogh Johannes Vermeer Rembrandt Pen/Pencil Illustrators Albrecht Dürer Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres Landscape Artists Thomas Moran Claude Monet Alfred Bierstadt Frederic Edwin Church Note: Mixing the artists’ names can lead to interesting-looking art unlike anything any artist invoked ever made. “An oil painting of a panda by Leonardo da Vinci and Frederic Edwin Church” Prompt Guide Example Oil Painted Panda by Church 4. Finishing touches Finishing touches are the additional elements added to your prompt to really make it look how you envision it. This is the part that some people take to extremes. In relatively simple prompts, finishing touches might be adding “trending on artstation” for a polished, artistic flair or “Unreal Engine” for more realistic lighting. In more advanced prompts, things get way more complicated, but that’s beyond the scope of this guide! You can add anything you want for a finishing touch, but here are some examples that work well: Highly-detailed, surrealism, trending on artstation, triadic color scheme, smooth, sharp focus, matte, elegant, illustration, digital paint, dark, gloomy, octane render, 8k, 4k, washed-out colors, sharp, dramatic lighting, beautiful, post-processing, picture of the day, ambient lighting, epic composition “An oil painting of a panda by Leonardo da Vinci and Frederic Edwin Church, highly-detailed, dramatic lighting"" Make sure the core prompt is a well defined subject or figure. Generate 5 completed prompts for "[subject]"