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Stable Diffusion built-in to the Blender shader editor

Dream Textures

Stable Diffusion built-in to the Blender shader editor.

  • Create textures, concept art, background assets, and more with a simple text prompt
  • Use the 'Seamless' option to create textures that tile perfectly with no visible seam
  • Quickly create variations on an existing texture
  • Experiment with AI image generation
  • Run the models on your machine to iterate without slowdowns from a service

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Stable Diffusion built-in to the Blender shader editor

Dream Textures

Stable Diffusion built-in to the Blender shader editor.

  • Create textures, concept art, background assets, and more with a simple text prompt
  • Use the 'Seamless' option to create textures that tile perfectly with no visible seam
  • Quickly create variations on an existing texture
  • Experiment with AI image generation
  • Run the models on your machine to iterate without slowdowns from a service

Installation

  1. Download the latest version from the Releases tab.
  2. Install the addon in Blender's preferences window.
  3. Follow the steps in the 'Dream Textures' preferences window to install the necessary dependencies
    • Note for Windows users - If you get an error when installing dependencies that looks similar to the one described here, your dependency file paths might be too long (can't be longer than 256 characters). You can solve it by telling Windows to allow long file paths in the registry
      1. Open up the Window registry (Start &gt…

Installation

  1. Download the latest version from the Releases tab.
  2. Install the addon in Blender's preferences window.
  3. Follow the steps in the 'Dream Textures' preferences window to install the necessary dependencies.
  4. Note for Windows users - If you get an error when installing dependencies that looks similar to the one described here, your dependency file paths might be too long (can't be longer than 256 characters). You can solve it by telling Windows to allow long file paths in the registry:
  5. Open up the Window registry (Start > Run > regedit)
  6. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem
  7. Set LongPathsEnabled to 1

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https://github.com/carson-katri/dream-textures

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