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Mastering Midjourney — Creating Characters to use with cref
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Mastering Midjourney — Creating Characters to use with cref

Last Updated on March 25, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): PromptDervish

Originally published on Towards AI.

Not every character is cref ready, here are some tips for creating characters that will work better with the character reference tool.

In my previous article about Cute Characters I discovered that non-humanoid creatures do not fare well with the new character reference (cref) tool. So, this time, I have created a tuner of fun human-looking steampunk fairies to work with. Now that we have the style reference (sref) and character reference tools, the Style Tuner is much more useful. It allows us to throw styles around quickly and easily hone in on the look of the image desired. It was suggested that I try a more cartoon style using the Niji engine in Midjourney as it is trained on anime. For the examples in this article, I had a good feeling about the results it was giving me.

Want to know more about the tuner? I have lots of articles on the topic; see the list link below:


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This article will be useful to you whether you use a tuner or not. Below each of the sections with a quad created from a tuner code, I have included a code box with both the prompt that created the quad and… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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