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Impossible to generate a normal looking pint glass

New Here ,
Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

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It's a great tool (it's getting there), but I am finding it just impossible to get Firefly to generate anything that looks like a normal shaped pint of beer ('British style' if that makes nay difference!).

 

and tips on text-to-image I can try out, or is this just something that needs to be improved in time? 

 

Cheers

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Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

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@Mojongld This is a great question. I find that the more detail you put into your prompt the closer to your vision the result is. 

I didn't know what a "British Style" shape was until I Googled it and realized I used to get those all the time at fadó. Here is the prompt that I used and the results I got. 

Prompt "a British-style pint glass of beer by a window on a dark table."
You can see my actual prompt here

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Also, be sure to share feedback in the app for good and bad prompts. 

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Also, check out this post: P: Upload a reference image(s) for text to image

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Thanks for replying - but alas, the prompt you wrote provides the same end point that I found myself at time and time again. The result is far too curved and getting way too close to 'goblet' territory to look right. What I want is something much more angular and, of course, more beer-filled.

I even found out that ''British-style' pint glasses are sometimes called 'imperial' or 'nonic' pint glasses, but even with this as a substitution or addition to the text, I get the same result. I'm putting this down to training on - I'm guessing - a US centric data set... so that's that for now.

Show me a proper lad's pint!

Thanks again.

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