"Did Everything Just Taste Purple For A Second?" -- Philip J. Fry
Tonight, I was having a blast tinkering with a new model called Protogen, which is designed for stable diffusion. But as I was messing around with it, I got this wild idea to see what some of my favorite Futurama characters would look like if they were generated by the model. And let me tell you, the results were nothing short of epic! I mean, seriously, I think I just stumbled upon the next big reboot for the WB. If they don't jump on this opportunity, they're nuts! The characters came out looking so real and lifelike, I almost felt like I was seeing them for the first time. It's like Protogen breathed new life into them or something. I can't wait to see what other wacky creations I can come up with using this amazing model. Long live Protogen!
Protogen v2.2 Official Release
The Characters and their new model "actors"
This one is pretty long. The words in the  are negative prompts.
modelshoot style, (extremely detailed CG unity 8k wallpaper), full shot body photo of the most beautiful artwork in the world, , Philip J. Fry from Futurama, delivery boy, sexy, future era, photorealistic painting by Ed Blinkey, Atey Ghailan, Studio Ghibli, by Jeremy Mann, Greg Manchess, Antonio Moro, trending on ArtStation, trending on CGSociety, Intricate, High Detail, Sharp focus, dramatic, photorealistic painting art by midjourney and greg rutkowsk [canvas frame cartoon 3d ((disfigured)) ((bad art)) ((deformed)),((extra limbs)),((close up)),((b&w)) wierd colors blurry (((duplicate))) ((morbid)) ((mutilated)) [out of frame] extra fingers mutated hands ((poorly drawn hands)) ((poorly drawn face)) (((mutation))) (((deformed))) ((ugly)) blurry ((bad anatomy)) (((bad proportions))) ((extra limbs)) cloned face (((disfigured))) out of frame ugly extra limbs (bad anatomy) gross proportions (malformed limbs) ((missing arms)) ((missing legs)) (((extra arms))) (((extra legs))) mutated hands (fused fingers) (too many fingers) (((long neck))) Photoshop video game ugly tiling poorly drawn hands poorly drawn feet poorly drawn face out of frame mutation mutated extra limbs extra legs extra arms disfigured deformed cross-eye body out of frame blurry bad art bad anatomy 3d render]
The featured image is Calculon.
In conclusion, it seems that playing around and messing around can lead to some pretty hilarious and unexpected outcomes. This model has definitely provided me with some good laughs tonight, and I can't wait to see what other ridiculous things it comes up with. Who knew that a simple language model could be so entertaining? I'll be sure to keep poking and prodding at it to see what other quirks and oddities I can uncover.
"This show has been going downhill since season 3" – Philip J. Fry
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