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Pre-production : Storyboard

Pre-production : Storyboard

StoryBoard Lora : https://civitai.com/models/248857?modelVersionId=280805

Making a storyboard or graphic novel Using the Lora Storyboard

Even with the same settings, seed, same prompt, same Lora weight, achieving consistent image style remains a significant challenge. Maintaining a consistent style or appearance is especially difficult when using media such as ink, sketches, doodles, pencils, watercolors, and other paints. Adding specific words to the prompt can alter the brush stroke style for each generated image, resulting in different variations.storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2),  lone cowboy, face detailed, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in...storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2),  lone cowboy, face detailed, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in...

Adding too much detail to the prompt to generate a detailed image can ruin the storyboard character by making it look too much like a painting or photograph, while a lack of detail less cfg scale can make the image appear bland and difficult to understand.

no lora storyboard on this one

Ethan Steele (Gritty Hero:1.2), sun-baked and weary, stands tall on a windswept mesa, the vast Arizona desert sprawling be...

storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2),  storyboard_style, lone cowboy, tumbleweed rolls past creaking signpost: "Last Chance" <...

Simplicity is key when creating a storyboard. Focus on the key details and the appropriate style to convey the story. The number of "Loras" used can vary, sometimes more, sometimes less, to achieve the specific character look. Remember that simplicity is the key. Tell your story by avoiding unnecessary details. Remember that a storyboard only requires simple images.

storyboard_style, ( 2 panels:1.2),  lone cowboy, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in silent town  ...

Here are some key points:

  • Maintaining a consistent image style in Lora is difficult, especially for illustrative styles such as ink, sketches, doodles, keep experiment .

  • experiment with the style drawing

    • storyboard_style, ( 2 panels:1.2), lone cowboy, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in silent town <lora:Storyboard:1>sketch , bw, ink,

    • storyboard_style, ( 2 panels:1.2), lone cowboy, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in silent town <lora:Storyboard:1> line art

  • Adding details to the prompt add more detail to the image

  • Too much detail can ruin the storyboard, while too little detail can make the image bland and difficult to understand.

  • Create a simple storyboard with a focus on key details and the appropriate style.

  • Use Lora sparingly to achieve the specific character look.

My storyboard example

Focus on the cowboy's presence:

  • storyboard_style, lone cowboy, weathered spurs clinking on deserted boardwalk <lora:Storyboard:1>

    storyboard_style, lone cowboy, weathered spurs clinking on deserted boardwalk <lora:Storyboard:1>

  • storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2), lone cowboy, weathered spurs clinking on deserted boardwalk <lora:Storyboard:1>, sketch , bw, ink,

    storyboard_style, 5 panels,  lone cowboy, weathered spurs clinking on deserted boardwalk <lora:Storyboard:1>, sketch , bw,...

  • storyboard_style, lone cowboy, eyes narrowed, searching for movement in silent town <lora:Storyboard:1>

    storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2),  lone cowboy, face detailed, close up eyes detailed, narrowed, searching for movement in...

Add details to the abandoned town:

  • storyboard_style, lone cowboy, wind whistling through broken windows of saloon <lora:Storyboard:1>storyboard_style, (5 panels:1.2),  storyboard_style, lone cowboy, wind whistling through broken windows of saloon <lora:St...

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