>In this video, I explained how to makeup a QR Code using Stable Diffusion and ControlNet. I hope you like it. (Creating QR Code with AI) Please don’t be shy to show your likes and follow me if you like the workflow.

You can browse what I have crated with this workflow so far;

Notes / Updates:
* Using shortened url for QR Code always gives better result.
* Using 500×500 QR Code images may give better results.

Prompt 1: (Source https://civitai.com/models/4384/dreamshaper)
masterpiece, best quality, mecha, no humans, black armor, blue eyes, science fiction, fire, laser canon beam, war, conflict, destroyed city background

Negative prompt:
UnrealisticDream, FastNegativeEmbedding

Prompt 2: (I couldn’t remember the source, reddit somewhere 🙁 )
A photo-realistic rendering of a 2 story house with greenery, pool, (Botanical:1.5), (Photorealistic:1.3), (Highly detailed:1.2), (Natural light:1.2), art inspired by Architectural Digest, Vogue Living, and Elle Decor

Negative prompt:
bad_pictures, (bad_prompt_version2:0.8), EasyNegative, 3d, cartoon, anime, sketches, (worst quality:2), (low quality:2), (normal quality:2), lowres, normal quality, ((monochrome)), ((grayscale)),

Stable Diffusion Web UI and ControlNet GitHub Pages;


ControlNet Models; (download “control_v11f1e_sd15_tile.pth” from “lllyasviel” and download “control_v1p_sd15_brightness.safetensors” from “ioclab”)

Qr Code Genarator;

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