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Can't seem to get unnatural skin tones in text to image

Community Beginner ,
Jan 10, 2024 Jan 10, 2024

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I've been trying to generate image in Firefly, but I can't seem to get it to create humans with unnatural skin tones. At first I was trying to create a character with grey skin, and it was producing robots. Then I tried to create a character with blue skin, and it produced characters with other skin tones wearing various levels of blue face paint or just a blue shirt. I tried using words like "ghostly" or "alien" but ghostly just ends up with sheet-ghosts and alien makes generic barely-humanoid designs. I even tried using genrative fill on an image that was mostly what I wanted and it kept turning the character into wolves, horses, and snakes despite me saying nothing related to any of those words.

Am I trying the wrong prompts? Is there a specific way I need to phrase it to get actual non-human skin tones?

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Community Beginner , Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

I eventually got a solid unnatural skin tone, but it took a lot of trial and error, and using a lot of the more specific fill option. I ended up using a prompt that decribed the character as "grey alien with curly pink hair", and then adding the individual characteristics that I wanted one by one with varying levels of success. Been working on it for a few hours now but I made a version of an existing character that I draw a lot, couldn't really get Her expression right, though. She usually look

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Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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This is a hard one. Changing colours in photoshop might be a better bet.

 

I started to get closer with this prompt and styles:

  • "woman completely covered with deep-blue acting makeup covering all exposed skin on face and neck"
  • Muted Colour, Bioluminescent

Firefly woman completely covered with deep-blue acting makeup covering all exposed skin on face and .jpg

https://firefly.adobe.com/public/t2i?id=urn%3Aaaid%3Asc%3AUS%3Acc6a157f-ac53-47c6-afe5-610bf1c402ba&...

 

The style "otherworldly depiction" might also help.

 

 

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Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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I'm still getting half-covered facepaint at best. I tried "a woman covered entirely in greeay acting makeup on all exposed skin on face and neck" with the styles Muted Color and Bioluminescent, and got this:

Firefly a woman covered entirely in grey acting makeup on all exposed skin on face and neck 43657.jpg

https://firefly.adobe.com/public/t2i?id=urn%3Aaaid%3Asc%3AVA6C2%3A45e96e0f-4b1f-462e-8490-e57784a319...

(Sorry if the formatting is weird, I'm not used to this forum)

Adding "Otherworldly depiction" still left uncolored areas around the hairline, lips and eyes

 

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I would just add that the "makeup" term was a work around because saying "grey skin" does nothing. Would be better to be able to specify a colour qualifier for skin.

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When I just said "grey makeup" it was giving me pictures with just grey eyeshadow until I specified the "covering all face and neck", but even then I was getting splotches. I definitely agree that an option for specifying skin tone would be a good addition

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I eventually got a solid unnatural skin tone, but it took a lot of trial and error, and using a lot of the more specific fill option. I ended up using a prompt that decribed the character as "grey alien with curly pink hair", and then adding the individual characteristics that I wanted one by one with varying levels of success. Been working on it for a few hours now but I made a version of an existing character that I draw a lot, couldn't really get Her expression right, though. She usually looks happier, but any prompt related to smiling or lips added really awful grins

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