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ComfyUI Extension: Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

Repo Name

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

Author
Extraltodeus (Account age: 3147 days)
Nodes
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Latest Updated
6/3/2024
Github Stars
0.1K

How to Install Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

Install this extension via the ComfyUI Manager by searching for  Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI
  • 1. Click the Manager button in the main menu
  • 2. Select Custom Nodes Manager button
  • 3. Enter Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI in the search bar
After installation, click the  Restart button to restart ComfyUI. Then, manually refresh your browser to clear the cache and access the updated list of nodes.

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Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI Description

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI enhances compositions by adjusting conditioning towards similar concepts for enrichment or precision. It uses cosine similarity scores to gather pre-conditioning vectors, stopping when scores increase, thus setting a relative direction for similar concepts.

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI Introduction

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI is an extension designed to enhance your AI-generated art by manipulating the conditioning vectors used in the generation process. This extension allows you to fine-tune the direction and intensity of these vectors, enabling you to create more precise or enriched compositions. Whether you're aiming for photorealistic images or more abstract, artistic creations, Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI provides the tools to achieve your vision.

How Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI Works

At its core, Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI works by adjusting the conditioning vectors that guide the AI in generating images. Think of these vectors as instructions that tell the AI what to focus on. By tweaking these instructions, you can influence the final output in various ways:

  1. Cosine Similarity: The extension gathers similar pre-conditioning vectors based on their cosine similarity scores. If the similarity score decreases, it continues to gather vectors until the score starts to increase again. This helps in setting a relative direction towards similar concepts.
  2. Vector Manipulation: Depending on the chosen method (forward, backward, or maximum_absolute), the extension either adds or subtracts vectors to achieve the desired effect.

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI Features

Sculptor Intensity

  • Description: Controls the strength of the effect.
  • Usage:
  • For photorealistic images, use a value between 0 to 1. - For more artistic purposes, use a value between 1 to 2.

Sculptor Method

  • Forward: Subtracts the nearest vectors. Best used with an intensity of 0 to 1.
  • Backward: Adds the nearest vectors.
  • Maximum Absolute: Normalizes the vectors and selects the values furthest from 0. This method can make compositions more complex or chaotic, depending on the subject.

Token Normalization

  • None: Leaves the vectors as they are.
  • Mean: Sets each token's importance to their overall mean value.
  • Set at 1: Sets all tokens to 1. - Mean of All Tokens: Takes the mean value of all vectors within the pre-conditioning weights.

Conditioning (Slerp) and Conditioning (Average Keep Magnitude)

  • Conditioning (Slerp): Performs a spherical linear interpolation (slerp) for more precise adjustments.
  • Conditioning (Average Keep Magnitude): A cheaper alternative to slerp, performing a weighted average with the conditionings and their magnitudes.

Conditioning Normalize Magnitude to Empty

  • Description: Normalizes the overall intensity of the conditioning to that of an empty condition. This can result in more balanced images in terms of color and contrast but may also produce unexpected results.

Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI Models

Currently, the extension does not specify different models. The focus is on manipulating the conditioning vectors to achieve various artistic effects.

What's New with Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

Updates and Changes

  • Forward Method: Improved to reduce the "always the same face" effect.
  • Token Normalization: Enhanced to provide better control over the importance of each token, especially useful for negative prompts.

Troubleshooting Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

Common Issues and Solutions

  1. Images Look Too Similar:
  • Solution: Increase the Sculptor Intensity or try using the backward method.
  1. Images Are Too Chaotic:
  • Solution: Lower the Sculptor Intensity or switch to the forward method.
  1. Unexpected Results with Token Normalization:
  • Solution: Experiment with different normalization settings (None, Mean, Set at 1).

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best Sculptor Intensity for photorealistic images?
  • A: A value between 0 to 1 is recommended.
  • Q: How do I achieve more abstract results?
  • A: Use a Sculptor Intensity between 1 to 2 and experiment with the maximum_absolute method.

Learn More about Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI

For additional resources, tutorials, and community support, you can visit the following links:

  • These resources provide valuable insights and examples to help you get the most out of Vector_Sculptor_ComfyUI.

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