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Automating Image Generation with Stable Effusion and Chat GPT

Creating images can be a time-consuming task, especially if you need to generate many variations of an image. However, there is a simple solution to automate image generation using stable effusion and chat GPT. In this article, we will be providing you with a step-by-step approach to help you automate your image generation process.

Required Libraries

Before we dive into the details of how to automate image generation, let's take a look at the libraries that we will use:

  • Stable effusion API
  • OpenAI API
  • Python's os, datetime, and requests libraries
  • The chat GPT model

Retrieving API Keys

Firstly, we need to retrieve the API keys required to access stable effusion and OpenAI APIs. Here is how you can find the API keys:

  1. Go to the openai platform.
  2. Click on "personal" and then click on "view API keys."
  3. You can find your API key here, or you can create a new one.

For stable effusion, log into your account on Beta.Dream Studio AI, go to your profile, and you will find your API key. Once you have your API keys, save them in a text file.

Using Chat GPT Model

Chat GPT is an important part of this process because we need it to create text prompts. Here are a few points to remember when using the chat GPT model:

  • You can select different models and temperature for model creativity.
  • Suppose you move the temperature higher; you will get more creative responses.
  • When using chat GPT, we have a system message that we store in chatbot.

Generating Images Using Stable Effusion

Now, let's look at the function used to generate images with stable effusion. The function calls the stability AI API to generate the image from a text prompt. Here are the parameters required:

  • Height
  • Width
  • Model CFG scale
  • Clip guidance
  • Steps
  • Samples

By using a loop, we can create multiple images by adjusting the number of images we want to generate. Additionally, we can feed the API with both a text prompt and a negative prompt for better results. Negative prompts are essential to provide specific constraints for the generated image, such as things we don't want in the image.

Reading Prompts from Text Files

To provide text prompts, we need to create a 'prompts.txt' file, which contains examples of amazing text prompts that the AI will follow to generate our images. Similarly, we create a 'negative_prompts.txt' file that contains things we don't want to include in our generated images. These negative prompts help the chat GPT model understand what to avoid. You can put in whatever prompts or negative prompts you want here.

Running the Code

Once you have all the above in place, it's time to run the complete code to generate images. Open the terminal, navigate to the folder containing the code, and run the following command: Python sdspeed.py. The images generated by this code can be found in the 'SD images' folder.


Automating image generation with stable effusion and chat GPT is a simple yet powerful solution. All you need to do is follow the above steps, and you will have your AI generating images in no time. By adjusting parameters and prompts, you can create countless variations of your images. Try it out and let us know what you think!

How to Generate Art using DALL-E

Are you ready to create stunning pieces of art with the power of DALL-E? In this article, we will explore the basics of generating images using OpenAI's DALL-E.

Understanding DALL-E Image Generation

Before diving into the image generation process, let's understand how prompts and negative prompts work in DALL-E.

  • Prompts: A prompt is a textual input that describes the desired image output. These prompts are used as a basis for generating images.
  • Negative Prompts: Negative prompts are inputs given to DALL-E that describe what should not be in the generated image.

To understand the image generation process better, let's take a look at the prompts we got back for a surrealistic dreamy Eternal a tea roll image.

  • Prompt: surrealistic dreamy Eternal a tea roll
  • Negative Prompt: pixelated granny distorted

With this understanding, let's move on to the image generation process.

Generating Images with DALL-E

Let's take a look at the steps involved in generating images using DALL-E:

  1. Choose an appropriate prompt for the desired image output.
  2. Input the prompt into the DALL-E model.
  3. Add negative prompts (if required).
  4. Generate the image using DALL-E.
  5. Analyze the generated image and repeat the process if necessary.

Additionally, DALL-E can be used to generate a large number of images with different prompts. To do this, we can create a simple UI that will bring up every image generated.

Creating a UI for Generating Images

To create a UI for generating images, we can use the following steps:

  1. Install the required libraries ( tincter, pillow, etc.)
  2. Create a simple UI with a pop-up window for every newly generated image.
  3. Add new images to a folder and display the new images in the pop-up window, thus creating a "never-ending photo frame."

By following these steps, we can create a simple UI that displays every new image generated by DALL-E.


DALL-E offers incredible potential for generating images. By understanding the prompt and negative prompt inputs, we can create powerful images that are limited only by our imagination. Additionally, using a UI makes it easier to view multiple images quickly, giving us a chance to analyze and improve the image generation process. So, what are you waiting for? Give DALL-E a try and see what you can create!

Don't forget to check out the creator's website for the code used in this article and more videos like the ones displayed on the screen. Thank you for reading!

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