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Why can I not inpaint?

I want to place someone in front of something, but instead, they end up being inside it. For example, I want someone to stand in front of an arch, but the inside of the masked area becomes their face. I'm using the same model that I used to generate the initial image because it's a character from that image that I want to use. However, as you can see from the attached image, it's not working.

I have tried masks of different shapes and sizes and the same thing happens. The prompt is:

full body, walking pose, slow motion, (mage:1.2) male wearing full body multiple stitched layer (leather armor:1.2), (white silk cloak), (fabric with intricate pattern:1.2), (insanely detailed, bloom:1.5), (highest quality, Alessandro Casagrande, Greg Rutkowski, Sally Mann, concept art, 4k), (analog:1.2), (high sharpness), (detailed pupils:1.1), (painting:1.1), (digital painting:1.1), detailed face and eyes, Masterpiece, best quality, (highly detailed photo:1.1), 8k, photorealistic, (long dark blonde Hair, ponytail haircut, ecstatic:1.1), (young woman:1.1), By jeremy mann, by sandra chevrier, by maciej kuciara, sharp, (perfect body:1.1), realistic, real shadow, 3d, (by Michelangelo)

The model I am using is RPG and is available here: RPG | Stable Diffusion Checkpoint | Civitai

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Maybe try changing the prompt a bit- "wide shot" or "full shot" at the very beginning? You might have to add emphasis: "(wide shot:1.2)" You can also try putting the opposite in the negative prompt "close-up" or "portrait", for example. What kind of inpainting settings are you using?

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