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Adding Negative Prompts to Your Styles
Adding Negative Prompts to Your Styles

A how to guide to show how to add negative prompts on your style's edit page for negative prompts to be respected permanently

Updated over a week ago

In our Prompting Best Practices Guide we are sharing more insights on how to write prompts effectively and some advanced prompting tips to help our users learn to guide AI in a more effective and precise way.

While users can use negative prompts while typing on their prompt box using them inside [brackets] it gets repetitive quickly to rewrite them each time especially if there are ones you would like to use them often or permanently.

Here are some examples:

ugly, 2 heads, duplicate, blurry, abstract, disfigured, deformed, disfigured, bad art, poorly drawn, extra limbs, weird colors, blurry, watermark, blur haze, watermark, elongated body, cropped image, out of frame, draft, deformed hands, twisted fingers, double image, malformed hands, multiple heads, extra limb, ugly, poorly drawn hands, missing limb, cut-off, over saturated, grain, low res, bad anatomy, poorly drawn face, mutation, mutated, floating limbs, disconnected limbs, out of focus, long body, disgusting, extra fingers, gross proportions, missing arms, mutated hands, cloned face, missing legs

To avoid any repetition by our users, on Layer users can enter their negative prompts on their style's edit page as soon as their style is trained and ready for them to use.

Using negative prompts on your styles will ensure your negative prompts are respected at all times, without you having to write them each time.

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