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Learn how to use the BlueWillow Bot on discord with simple text prompts.
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Go to Bluewillow.ai and click the button. Everything you need happens within Discord. Test your prompts, generate your images, meet others, and get support all in one place. New users will have a trial, of 25 free images. Once your trial has ended, you can become a subscriber with /subscribe.
Within any of the rookie channels use the /imagine command and type your prompt afterwards. The more specific the prompt the better the images.
- Type /imagine prompt: or select the slash command /imagine from the pop-up menu.
- Describe in the prompt box with text what image you would like to generate.
- Send the command!
/imagine prompt: bluewillow tree
Within a minute you'll receive four images for you to download and use however you wish.
U - Stands for Upscale, generates the image you want V - Stands for Variations , creates variations of the selected
U: The function of "U buttons" is to enhance the visual quality of an image by creating a larger, more detailed version of the selected image.
U1 - U2 -U3 - U4
V: The function of "V buttons" is to produce alternative versions of a selected grid image. The result is a new grid image that retains the original's overall aesthetic and composition, with subtle modifications.
V1 - V2 - V3 - V4
🔄 : The function of "🔄 button" rerolls - restarts a generation by generating a new grid of images based on the original prompt.
If you don't like any images you’ve generated you can delete with the
Keep in mind: The deletion button only works for the person who created the image. If you try to delete someone else’s image, the button won’t do anything. This is expected behavior.
After upscaling your image, you will see new emoji buttons that allow you to rate the image from worst to awesome. This helps us a lot in improving our training data.
After your upscale, to save an image, first open it to its full size, then right-click and select "Save image." On mobile, hold your finger on the image and tap the download / or click Share and then "Save".
When an image is first upscaled, four arrow buttons will appear. Each button represents an outpainting task in a specific direction.
Each outpainting job will provide four variations of outpainting, from which the user can select any of the four images.
Only the original upscaled image can be outpainted. If an outpainted image is upscaled again, no outpainting buttons will be available.
Currently, it only outpaints 128 pixels on each side.
Note: The outpainting model is currently in a super beta stage.