I need a model that looks like a celebrity but isn't

AI image models have a lot of training data on celebrities, but you shouldn't really use them in your prompts to generate images, as it might violate their image rights.


Realistic AI Models

One trick is to mix two different celebrities together to make a vaguely familiar but still hollywood attractive model that is completely unique...More


Mike Taylor

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1. Scenario
William Maple, Commercial Director at Fizzy Love Drinks Co., is concerned about using celebrity images in their marketing campaigns. He needs a model that looks like a celebrity, but isn't actually them in order to avoid legal issues. We've been tasked with finding the best way to create realistic AI models that can mimic the celebrities and provide the desired outcome.
at Fizzy Love Drinks Co.

How can we make sure we get the desired outcome without infringing on any copyrights?

We need to find a way to create realistic AI models that will look like celebrities without actually being them.

Is there a way to mix two different celebrities together to create something new, like Hollywood does?

Maybe we can mix genders as well as different celebrities of the same gender for a truly unique look.

This could be the solution to our problem, but there must be a better way.

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2. Brief

AI models are becoming increasingly realistic, making it possible to generate images of people that look vaguely familiar and attractive. However, the ethical implications of using an image of a real person can be difficult to navigate. For this reason, I’d like to share a little trick for creating realistic models while avoiding potential legal issues.

The trick is to mix two celebrities together when creating an AI model. For example, you could combine a photo of Matthew Perry with 20% and a photo of Jennifer Lawrence with 80%. This will create a model that looks vaguely familiar to both celebrities, but is not attributable to either of them. You can also mix genders when creating your model, such as combining a photo of Matthew Perry with 20% and a photo of Emma Watson with 80%. This method has the added benefit of creating a model that looks like it could be a Hollywood actor, while avoiding any legal issues.

When using this technique, it’s important to remember that AI models are not perfect. Even when mixing two different celebrities together, the model may still look too close to one of them. To help mitigate this issue, I recommend using a platform like Mid Journey which can alter your prompt in the background to create a more unique result.

Overall, this technique can be a great way to get realistic and attractive models without running the risk of violating someone’s image rights. It’s also a great way to experiment with different combinations and create unique models that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to. While it’s important to be mindful of the ethical implications of using AI models, this trick can be a useful tool for creating realistic and attractive models without infringing on anyone’s rights.

3. Tutorial

All right. And I'm going to talk about how to get realistic models that are vaguely familiar and also attractive. With magenty. So this is a little trick. I've found someone. This isn't mine. Someone told me this. But I can't remember who. If you are that person, you should remind me and I'll give you attribution. But one of the problems that you have in general is you say a photo of a person actually does. Generate pretty good stuff. I think mid journey in particular is really good at generating a diverse set of images, but I have a little trick. Which is you want the models to be, I think, attractive, but also you don't want to say a photo.

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