19th Century Painting

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theperm
over 1 year ago

I trained a model on Mostly the 19th century paintings you would see in a Art History Class. And a few older ones.

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What is 19th Century Painting?

19th Century Painting is a highly specialized Image generation AI Model of type Safetensors / Checkpoint AI Model created by AI community user theperm. Derived from the powerful Stable Diffusion (SD 1.5) model, 19th Century Painting has undergone an extensive fine-tuning process, leveraging the power of a dataset consisting of images generated by other AI models or user-contributed data. This fine-tuning process ensures that 19th Century Painting is capable of generating images that are highly relevant to the specific use-cases it was designed for, such as oil painting, 19th century, paintings.

With a rating of 5 and over 2 ratings, 19th Century Painting is a popular choice among users for generating high-quality images from text prompts.

Can I download 19th Century Painting?

Yes! You can download the latest version of 19th Century Painting from here.

How to use 19th Century Painting?

To use 19th Century Painting, download the model checkpoint file and set up an UI for running Stable Diffusion models (for example, AUTOMATIC1111). Then, provide the model with a detailed text prompt to generate an image. Experiment with different prompts and settings to achieve the desired results. If this sounds a bit complicated, check out our initial guide to Stable Diffusion – it might be of help. And if you really want to dive deep into AI image generation and understand how set up AUTOMATIC1111 to use Safetensors / Checkpoint AI Models like 19th Century Painting, check out our crash course in AI image generation.

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