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One of my favourite potential uses of AI Visualizer is the creation of seamless textures, however I've been unable to produce a weatherboard texture with a consistent board width. Anyone had luck with this? 

 

None of this seems to help:

 

prompt: seamless texture, vertical shiplap timber weatherboard cladding, even width, uniform width, consistent width, regular width, equal width, unvarying width

 

negative prompt: horizontal joint, varied width, irregular width, inconsistent width, unequal width

 

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If you are going to use AI, use a more mature tool like InvokeAI Community Edition,Automatic 1111, or ComfyUI

They have settings for seamless textures, and you can use a "Control net" to better guide the output.

 

in VW you could try to draw a set of vertical lines in 2D to represent your board widths and use that as the starter image 

 

Its not clear from the VW AI Visualizer if the VW view is solely used as an Image-to-image denoising process or if the VW view is also put into a low weight control net to get better alignment with the intended initial image.  There is a lot more to Generative AI than VW has exposed in this simplified interface. 

 

Bart

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@Christiaan We will be adding a "Tiled" checkbox option to make seamless texture generation more reliable.

 

You can use hatch lines to give it a clue about where you want planks, or bricks in the pattern.

 

@BartHays The AI Visualizer is currently using SDXL, A1111, and ControlNet

 

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51 minutes ago, Dave Donley said:

@Christiaan We will be adding a "Tiled" checkbox option to make seamless texture generation more reliable.

 

You can use hatch lines to give it a clue about where you want planks, or bricks in the pattern.

 

@BartHays The AI Visualizer is currently using SDXL, A1111, and ControlNet

 

Great, thank you. 

I've become a fan of Invoke. FWIW. 

Though all of my comments about using AI professionally stand. Until the courts sort out copyright issues and the AI companies compensate creators for training the models on unlicensed work, I can't ethically embrace AI as a professional tool.  - But I want to be fully informed and proficient when the time comes. 

 

Bart

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