Stable Diffusion Prompt Generator

Crafting the perfect prompt is key to getting the most out of AI image generators. As an avid Stable Diffusion user myself, I’ve learned some tips and tricks for writing prompts that consistently produce jaw-dropping images. In this article, I’ll share my hard-won expertise to help you take your Stable Diffusion skills to the next level.

Describe the Desired Image


The most important part of any Stable Diffusion prompt is clearly describing the image you want to generate.

Subject and Content

Start by clearly stating the subject – what is the main focus of the image? For example, “a portrait of a girl”. Then describe the specific content you want to see. Add relevant details about the subject’s pose, appearance, expression, etc.

Style and Composition

Next, describe the desired style of the image. Do you want it to look realistic, cartoonish, or painted? Define the artistic style you’re going for.

You can also include compositional details like the perspective, framing, lighting, etc. Describe exactly how you want the elements arranged within the image.

Provide Artistic Context


Giving Stable Diffusion more context about the artistic style helps it generate more accurate images.

Specify Artists or Movements

Tell Stable Diffusion to mimic a specific artist or art movement like “in the style of Van Gogh” or “impressionist style”. The more examples it’s seen, the better the output will be.

List Relevant Keywords

Include stylistic keywords like “vibrant”, “pastel”, “minimalist”, etc. You can even name specific brush techniques. These small details make a big difference.

Enhance Image Quality


Tuning image parameters gives you more control over the final output.


Define the desired image resolution like “8k resolution” for ultra high-def. A higher resolution allows more artistic detail.

Lighting and Atmosphere

Set the mood with lighting cues like “soft lighting” or “cinematic backlighting”. You can also set an atmosphere, like “serene” or “gloomy”.

Refine Details

Ask for refinements like “highly detailed”, “intricate”, or “photorealistic” to sharpen quality on key areas. This helps direct Stable Diffusion’s focus.

Useful Websites


Let me know if you have any other questions! I’m always happy to share my stable diffusion prompt ideas.