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A simple guide to Keyword Blending

A simple guide to Keyword Blending

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Here is a pro tip, you can use keyword blending to blend, for example, two styles.

Like this: [keyword1:keyword2:(switch after n steps)]

Example prompt: A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:10]

The number 10 means that after 10 steps the prompt switch from keyword1 to keyword2.

You can also use a percentage of the steps you have. To do this, you must use a number between 0 and 1. Like 0.5 is the same value as 10 if the total steps are set to 20.

Verification test:

Result of setting the number to 1: (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:1])

or (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:0.05])

(It switches to Picasso after 1 step)

This is the result of setting the number to 19 (out of 20 steps total): (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:19]) or (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:0.95])

(It switches to Picasso after 19 steps)

Finely, setting the number to 10 (out of 20) (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:10]) or (A picture of a woman, [Van Gogh:Pablo Picasso:0.5])

You can of course use any words in the keyword blending, like kitten and monkey.

A picture of, [kitten:monkey:10] or A picture of, [kitten:monkey:0.5]

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