Socapunk: Futuristic_1.0: socapunk_futuristic10.safetensors

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Socapunk Dark - Gothic, Horror, Dystopian, and more

This is the third of a series of checkpoints based off my Socarealism and Socababes models, with additional LoRAs and Checkpoints merged in (specifically Dark Arts Images). This checkpoint is focused on creating "dark / gothic" people and scenes, and will do so quite readily with a wide range of prompting. This checkpoint does well with a moderate CFG and step count. It also seems to be pretty good at giving that early 2000s Hot Topic Look / Death Metal Band Guy look.

Some keywords you might find useful include (but are not limited to): Gothic, Horror, Dystopian, Dark, Dim, Gloomy, Spooky, Evil, Nightmare, Low Contrast.

Socapunk Futuristic - Utopianism, Space Opera, Ecopunk/Solarpunk, and more

This is the second of a series of checkpoints based off my Socarealism and Socababes models, with additional LoRAs and Checkpoints merged in. This checkpoint is focused on creating "futuristic" people and scenes, and will do so quite readily with a wide range of prompting. This checkpoint does well with a moderate CFG and step count. This checkpoint should not be confused with the art style of "futurism", which is a different thing.

Lower CFG gives more of a "concrete and mesh" futuristic style while higher CFG trends towards a sleeker "chrome and armor" futuristic style. I enjoy 4 CFG for people, 6 for landscapes. When describing a prompt, putting the style/scene/landscape at the start helps.

Some keywords you might find useful include (but are not limited to): Futuristic, Utopian, Art Deco, Ecopunk/Solarpunk, Space Opera, Solarpunk, Nasapunk.

Socapunk Tech - Cyberpunk, Steampunk, Post-Apocalyptic, and more

This is the first of a series of checkpoints based off my Socarealism and Socababes models, with additional LoRAs and Checkpoints merged in. This checkpoint is focused on creating "techpunk" people and scenes, and will do so quite readily with a wide range of prompting.

Lower CFG will result in a bit more grimy, broken down, dilapidated look - whereas higher CFG will make a crisper, cleaner, and shinier style (though you can of course prompt otherwise). This came from the LoRAs I merged in, and I thought it was a neat effect / look. I enjoy 3-4 CFG for this one for people, or 5-6 CFG for landscapes. When describing a prompt, putting the style/scene/landscape at the start helps.

Some keywords you might find useful include (but are not limited to): Apocalyptic, Cyberpunk, Dieselpunk, Dystopian, Oilpunk, Post-Apocalyptic, Space Western, Tech Noir, Steampunk.

All of my checkpoints are fully NSFW enabled for cis women, trans men, and nonbinary folks, but if you want "porn scenes" or unclothed cis men / trans women - go snag a LoRA of your choice to add them in. They are all tuned to work with a wide range of samplers, CFG, and step counts, so feel free to either use your favorite settings or experiment.

LoRAs merged include those from KonyConi, DonMischo, Envy, ArtificialStupidity, and VantaBlackDark. I added a small splash of Photonium and Yamer's Realistic / SDXL Unstable Diffusers to help stabilize and make the colors pop.