Fix AI Art Faces (Midjourney, DALL•E & Stable Diffusion) Tutorial
Are you looking for a tool to fix AI art faces and eyes?
Perhaps you’ve got one eye looking in the wrong direction or an unnaturally large nostril.
Well, rest assured here is a free tool that can fix AI art faces and eyes.
Fix AI Art Faces and Eyes for Free
And this is it: arc.tencent.com.
Here you can upload an image and it will instantly process and give you an undistorted version.
The software was originally designed to fix damaged photographs, but it has been repurposed for fixing AI art images.
It’s very simple to use.
How to Fix Faces and Eyes
All you have to do is press upload.
Choose a photo.
And you can then download the image.
So let’s take a closer look at a few more examples to see what are the strengths and weaknesses of this tool.
Now, in this image by DALL•E, you can see it really excels.
There is some distortion in this eye and after processing it you can see that we have much better eyes.
Finally here’s an image of a superhero.
And it added some gentle adjustments to the face just to take it up a notch in realism.
Upscale Your Photos
Now, an additional bonus to this tool is it also upscales your photos.
You can see after processing that it’s not only corrected the faces, it’s also increased the resolution of this image.
And now it worked especially well with taking these two eyes, which are slightly misaligned, and making them look exactly the same.
And you can notice that the nostril has been corrected so that they’re both of a relatively even size.
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Again, you can see here in this example the eyes are now symmetrical and the lips have a more lifelike voluptuous feel.
In this example, you can see the skin has been softened and smoothed.
And some of the main features of the face have just been resized and corrected.
The eyes have slightly shrunk.
The lips have become more consistent.
And the nose has a clearer form especially if you’re looking at this nostril, the original.
This nostril on the updated version is much more true to life.
Now, this is exactly where it works best when you have one feature that has been distorted so much that it destroys the effect of the image it accurately corrects this.
And the rest of the image is pretty much left as it is.
I’ve noticed that she looks slightly happier in the newer version than in the updated version.
I wonder if it adds just a hint of happiness to people’s faces as well.
So there we have it.
There is a useful tool that you can use with DALL•E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion.
It’s very good at correcting minor distortions, but if the whole face is completely amiss it’s not going to work so well.
Let me know if there are any tools that you found very useful for your AI artwork in the comments below.
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