Stable Diffusion negative prompt list to improve image output


stable diffusion negative prompt list
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Stable Diffusion has been one of the best AI image generators out there, and many want a good negative prompt list to make better portraits. Naturally, many aspiring AI artists want to master using these prompts so they can make better portraits and NSFW images in the future.

Admittedly, they could actually learn how to draw so their art can actually feel unique but it’s too late for some of these “artists.” Granted, some of these AI artists just want to make pictures for fun and that’s what this list is about. It’s just a horrifying future if these programs end up replacing actual human imagination.

For now, here’s a list of Stable Diffusion negative prompts that can be used to make some solid art. We still encourage artists to actually learn how to draw so it feels more gratifying but that might be falling on deaf ears.

Stable Diffusion negative prompt list

In case you’re not aware, people can trick AI into making “good art” by using a Stable Diffusion negative prompt list. Since AI art can be a bit random, negative prompts might actually lead to less horrifying features being put in the “drawing.”

Now, for those curious, here are some of the Stable Diffusion negative prompts AI “artists” can use for their “art:”

  • Ugly
  • Boring
  • Bad anatomy
  • Blurry
  • Pixelated
  • Trees
  • Green
  • Obscure
  • Unnatural colors
  • Poor lighting
  • Dull
  • Unclear
  • Mutated hands
  • Too many fingers
  • Long Neck

Just in case some people are confused, the goal is to make sure Stable Diffusion doesn’t do any of these negative prompts. When left to its own devices, AI art can make some hideous things when looked at closely. Go on Twitter and see how many misplaced fingers or long necks appear in AI “art.”

More negative prompts?

Obviously, this isn’t a full Stable Diffusion negative prompt list, as there are countless words that these artists can use to make a digital painting. AI artists can feel free to experiment with various negative prompts and witness what this service will make for them.

Ideally, these artists can also use this supposed passion they have to actually draw out what they want to see. Sure, AI art isn’t exactly easy, as it requires a lot of “training” to get a decent drawing, but it’s not going to feel unique. The choice is yours.

For more Stable Diffusion guides, here’s how to fix the Stable Diffusion runtime error. You can also read how to access Stable Diffusion on Google Colab.

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