March 17, 2023 edit: quick note on how to use a negative embeddings. You download the file and put it into your embeddings folder. Since I use A1111 Webui, that is stable-diffusion-webui/embeddings. If you use a different program you will have to check with its documentation on where to put embeddings.
After you have put the file in the appropriate folder, you then use the embedding by entering its name into the "negative prompt" box instead of the normal prompt. The name, by default, will be either bad-picture-chill-75v, bad-picture-chill-32v, or bad-picture-chill-1v, depending on which one you downloaded. If you rename the file, that will change the activation word to whatever you renamed the file. So if you renamed "bad-picture-chill-75v.pt" to "pizza-is-great.pt" the activation phrase changes to "pizza-is-great"
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This is a "bad prompt" style embedding- it is trained to be used in the negative prompt. It is made specifically for ChilloutMix (version chilloutmix_NiPrunedFp32Fix.safetensors [fc2511737a]), so it may or may not work well on a non-chilloutmix model. The prompts used for the pictures were mostly taken from the comment section on the ChilloutMix page.
It comes in 1 vector, 32 vector, and 75 vector versions- the higher you go, the more detail you will be able to squeeze out, but the closer you will get to deep-frying your image. Check out the comparison images that I uploaded as part of the 75 vector version- you'll probably have to right-click and "open image in new tab" to properly zoom in.
The 'Training Images" download for each version is a .zip that has all the saved .pt versions that were generated during the training. Look there if you want a version that has more or less steps. If you want the actual training images, click on the "Actual Training Images" version which should be below the 1V version of the embedding.
Preview images: all preview images were generated at 512x512 with highres enabled @ a factor of 2 and 0.75 denoising, resulting in a final image of 1024x1024. Model: chilloutmix_NiPrunedFp32Fix.safetensors [fc2511737a]
Sometimes the original prompt or original negative prompt will include a LORA or embedding- here are links to them. Note: these are not used in the single image previews, only the original prompts that I borrowed and put into the stacked comparison images.
This contains all 5000 training images that I generated and used to train all versions of the embedding. Download this if you want to train the embedding using your own training parameters. The preview images contain the image generation parameters. Pictures were selected to give an idea of what the entire image set contains.
Go ahead and upload yours!