If you want to create ink drip portraits, it’s very easy with stable diffusion. Pictured about is J You can use the standard stable diffusion model or train your own model. You could use this ink drip style for testing out backdrops for different fashion models or testing out an idea for a marketing campaign.
It even works decently on males, even though the training data had more women in pastels and ink drops.
It even works on Godzilla!
The prompt we used to get this is:
“[PERSON], shoulder, by agnes cecile, half body portrait, extremely luminous bright design, pastel colors, (ink drips:1.3), autumn lights”