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And minutes after that last article, he comes back with..... Best details you can get....

Feb 28, 2024
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And minutes after that last article, he comes back with..... Best details you can get....

Well, this happened only because i accidentially mixed up 2 prompts and after i got that image generated, i looked at my screen with my mouth open and just said to myself "What did happen here?" And then i saw this:


This suddenly gave me such awesome realistic images that i never saw before. And so I made some quick tests and had only trouble with my checkpoint "something". It generated the same super-realistic images,but put in a lot of futuristic stuff to squeeze out more of that UHD-Look. Simplest solution was to add "changing-human:2" in negative and "reallife-lifelike-likenes" in positive. On other anime-based checkpoints, i simply had to dress them up and everything was fine.

And one tip from me that i realized after seconds during my tests: don't use other detail-prompts. It can get very ugly if you use "realistic" for example. I don't know why it happened, but 2 of my 4 anime-checkpoints started to generate freaks with some monstrous faces.

That preview image for this article is purely generated from an anime-checkpoint which never before showed up even one real-looking photo like this......

UPDATE: as i was simply curious, i removed any prompt for anatomy and simply used this one. on any checkpoint, hands and feet get so extremely "over"-detailed that you don't need any prompt for anatomy. even "overexcited-lively-having-fun" is working without any prompt. only my checkpoint "something" had zero luck and generated "something" but no hands.....

Tested some loras to see if it works. 4 loras and only 1 image: Image posted by stapfschuh (

UPDATE 2: i am testing a lot of loras with this prompt and 2 things did i realize pretty fast:

  1. character loras with too less trained images most of the time completely give up. you mainly get to see just a crazy bunch of colors

  2. if you don't use any prompt in negative, your checkpoints try everything to get detailed good hands. i had "viewer's-attention" in negative and in a batch of 10 i got only 2 good images with perfect detailed hands, without it, i got 6-7 of 10. your checkpoints, since there is nothing more that they have to read extra, only concentrate on those positive-prompts. and i get awesome images the whole time

  3. some character loras with children's hands are a pain for every checkpoint. some of those loras, i had to still lower their weights to see some hands. adult hands are not even worth mentiong, because those get detailed all the time....

UPDATE 3: since i was curious, i tried 2 other combinations with "Ultra-HD"

  1. "Ultra-HD-detailed" focuses on character directly and generates the best possible character-graphic that i know until now

  2. "Ultra-HD-realistic" is what the name says.

    If you test both of them together with the one above, i highly recommend to use anime-checkpoints and load a lora. (((Ultra-HD-details, Ultra-HD-detailed, Ultra-HD-realistic)))

    It looks totally awesome, but kills every anime-style completely. And without a lora, you will see the uncensored truth about those 3 prompts.

    All 3 of them work everywhere (SD, SDXL, Apps) the same way.

UPDATE: wanna have "epic" results? prompt

"epic-Ultra-HD-details" and "epic-Ultra-HD-highlights"

my checkpoints went crazy about those details and generated an over-excessive overload of details. you won't see much difference on realistic checkpoints, because they only generated shiny things mostly, but anime checkpoints generated this overload Image posted by stapfschuh (

Forgot something: put "epic"-as-a-word in negative to avoid getting that word get generated on every image somewhere.

UPDATE for "epic": for "epic photogasm" prompt "photo-same" and "upscaled-resolution". working on any checkpoint.

EDIT for the last one: some anime checkpoints, especially xl anime and anime in general, generated photo-frames. put "photo-frame" and "polaroid" or "polaroid-photo" in negative.