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Daft Punk

Aug 25, 2023
Base Model
SD 1.5
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Trigger Words
daft punk

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Daft Punk were a French electronic music duo formed in 1993 in Paris by Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. They achieved popularity in the late 1990s as part of the French house movement, combining elements of house music with funk, disco, techno, rock and synth-pop. They garnered acclaim and commercial success and are regarded as one of the most influential acts in dance music.

Unfortunately, while SDXL understands their helmets closer, SD1.5 struggles to separate them. This was an effort to try to teach SD that they are two separate people, and it kinda worked. It might take quite a few generations, but you can pull them out individually. I think it could be better, so I'll probably train it again in the future on SDXL. Most all of the data is from the RAM era, but you can get their typical outfits with "leather jackets" for Discovery/HAA and "suits"/"shiny suit" for RAM. I did not include the Tron or white variants of their outfits.

  • Use "daft punk" as your keyword, this will create either one or both of them. For both of them, I recommend adding "guyman and thomasb of daft punk" and "two men wearing helmets" to get both of them.

  • For just one of them, using "guyman of daft punk" or "thomasb of daft punk" can help separate them. An example of a prompt that will push the model is "daft punk, (thomasb of daft punk:1.1), one man wearing a silver helmet". Note the emphasis, as well as the color, can push it.

  • If it reallllly wants to merge them, you can use the other member in the negative prompts. For Thomas this could be "guyman of daft punk, gold"

  • This LoRA stacks well on some models, but not all will work perfectly.

  • Works best between 0.8-1.0

  • Please reference my posted generations for prompts, none have been retouched or inpainted, but I ran them through Hi-res Fix and some with ControlNet Tile on top.