Docs here: https://lexica.art/docs
It was same as when I saw game play of NFS most wanted it looked so realistic, now it absolutely does not.
This effect is amazing, don't know if it has a name though.
I could (probably naively) imagine that this would be the next step in making these models even more pleasing to humans. Or at least in creating a GPT-based "companion" model that would suggest, from an initial subpar prompt, a prompt yielding better results.
A person has a glitchy face in this photo. A person has a glitchy body in this photo. etc..
and then train the AI to have a fixup pass.
Fun to explore the prompts getting results similar to what I want. Great project.
In krea.ai, it doesn't say which version of the model was used to generate each image
It appears that later versions are better in generating faces or something. Like, Stable Diffusion 1.5 vs 1.4 (I'm not sure but there's a great variability nonetheless and I wanted to know if the version of the model accounted for this)