Editing Tools: Inpaint, Regenerate, and Refine for Perfect Results

At the core of the sketch-to-image generator is a mix of randomness and creativity. It allows fashion and footwear designers to generate images and experiment with a variety of ideas in a matter of minutes.

However, sometimes it can be challenging to achieve an accurate image that matches a designer's vision. This is where our Editing tools allow you to put the finishing touches on the image to achieve perfection.

How Editing tools work

Use Inpainting, Regeneration and Removal tools to turn a sketch into a photo you really want:

To start editing an image, click on the "Edit" button below the image: Editing tools. Edit button below the image

Key features of the Editing tools

1. Inpainting

Modify a part of a generated image by describing in the prompt how you'd like to change it. For instance, you could tell it to make the sole of a sneaker gold. Inpainting. Prompt: a white sneaker with a gold sole

Watch a short video to see how Inpainting follows the lines of your original sketch

2. Regeneration

Generate a new version of a specific part of an image based on the original prompt. For example, get a new version of the hood without changing the current aesthetics, colors and materials. Regeneration. Another version of a hood

3. Removal

Get rid of tiny unwanted elements from your generated image, whether it is logos or body parts. Removal. Get rid of small elements

Remember that any changes made using the Inpainting and Regeneration tools will stick to the contours of the original input image. This lets you preserve the object's original shape while allowing for continuous refinement.

Useful tips

1. Describe the whole object for Inpainting

Always specify the entire object and its color in the prompt.

For instance, to change the material and color of the hood and sleeves of a hoodie, mask the hood and sleeves first, and then provide a prompt:

  • Correct: A grey hoodie made of cotton βœ…
  • Incorrect: Grey hood and sleeves made of cotton ❌
  • Incorrect: Grey, cotton ❌

Make sure you describe the entire hoodie, even if you only need to change the hood and sleeves. The AI, guided by the mask, will understand that only the hood and sleeves need to be modified.

Describe the entire hoodie, even if you only need to change the hood and sleeves

2. Use hotkeys to control your brush

  • 'x': Toggle between brush and eraser modes.
  • '[': Decrease brush size.
  • ']': Increase brush size.

3. Use negative prompt to remove body parts

If the AI adds unwanted elements like a head or a leg, you can Inpaint these areas by masking them and specifying "head, leg" in the negative prompt.

Alternatively, you can try the Regeneration and Removal tools to see what works best.

Inpainting negative prompt: head, legs

4. Use removal tool to get rid of small elements

The Removal tool is great for removing small details such as logos or strings. However, it might struggle with large areas. So try to use it to remove small elements.

In the example below, the generated image has a logo and an extra hole for the laces:

Logo and extra hole

Now we can mask these elements and use the Removal tool to get rid of them:

Mask and use remove tool

5. Draw a mask to capture lines from the input image

For best results with Inpainting, make sure your mask captures lines from the input image. For example, if you're modifying a hood, your mask should include the hood's outline.

Mask to capture lines from the input image

Let's see your creations!

We can't wait to see the amazing AI sketch-to-image transformations you create with these tools.

Your creativity and how you use inspires us. Don't be shy – share your results on social media and let the world see your talent!

And if you have any thoughts or ideas on how we can make things even better, please let us know. Your feedback is gold to us. Send feedback.