Blend images and QR codes to create captivating QR Art with the /blend command in Quick QR Art.

The /blend command in Quick QR Art allows you to create QR Art by blending a base image with a QR code. You can use two images: the base image and the QR code. The resulting QR Art will be in a square format, with any non-square images automatically center-cropped to fit.

The Easy Way

To easily use the /blend command, follow these simple guidelines:

  1. Type /blend and select the suggested command from the list.

  2. Follow these steps:

    • Step 1: Select a base_image from your device. Ensure that the main object is positioned in the middle of the image, as it will be center-cropped.

    • Step 2: Select a qr_code from your device.

    • Step 3: Type keywords in the prompt field to guide the AI in generating the QR Art. You can bypass with entering only a period (.). Or your can try some presets which have been curated by our Quick QR Artist --presets logo --presets portrait.

Once you have completed the steps, simply hit enter and relax. Within seconds, you will receive the blended photo back as a result. Enjoy creating unique QR Art compositions with Quick QR Art!

The Fun Way

To create personalized QR Art using the /blend command, follow these guidelines:

  1. QR Weight (--qrw): This parameter improves QR Art readability. Pass two values, with the first value being the main driver and the other as supporter. Recommended: --qrw (0.8, 0.9) for visually appealing results. In situations where increasing the main driver value alone doesn't provide sufficient readability, adjusting the support value toward 1 can improve contrast and readability in the QR Art.

  2. Blend Level (--blend): Adjust the blending intensity of the base image using a value between 0 and 1, with up to three decimal places of precision. For example, --blend 0.050 sets a 5% blending level. If you want to max retain the original image, set --blend to extremely low, e.gl: 0.001. If still not level you need then you will need --iw to take it further.

  3. Presets (--presets) <logo/portrait>: Explore predefined art styles for predictable creative options. Use either --presets logo or --presets portrait

  4. Image Weight (--iw):

    • This advanced parameter for prompt wizard controls the base image's influence on blending. Not show up to all user by default, you need pass this param in your prompt the bot will response follow your command.

    • Specify a weight value between 0 and 1, along with a threshold value between 50 and 200, to adjust shape, color, and level of detail. Example: --iw (1, 1, 0.5:100) means retaining 100% shape, 100% color, and 50% level of detail with a threshold of 100 in the blended result.

Note: When using --iw, --blend, and --qrw, include these parameters in your command along with your prompt. For blended image regeneration, click "Regenerate" and fill in both the base image and QR code.

Avoid common mistakes:

  • For --qrw, use two values (e.g., --qrw (0.8, 0.9)) for proper contrast and readability.

  • When using --presets, choose either "logo" or "portrait" instead of combining them.

Thank you for using the /blend command. Have fun creating unique QR Art with Quick QR Art!

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