A newbie's first (actually second) test project

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A newbie's first (actually second) test project

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Replacing Kristen Bell's wonderful face with my even more wonderful mug.
8 hours and ~ 80K iterations in (on a 2080Ti with a Threadripper 3960X)
Using Dfl-H128 from 256 sized outputs, 25 batch
I know 8 hours and 80K iterations is very early, I AM running it further and experimenting with no-warping in the middle of everything.
I picked Kristen Bell because she's so insanely animated in her facial expressions, so that really puts it to the test.
I'll update the post when it has run some more hours.
Mustache messes it up a bit, but gets better after the first few seconds.

With a couple of hours with no-warp, looks SO much better already :

This all with severely short training. Very impressed how well it did with cut training.


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Nicely done! This is better than my very first swap!


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cosmico wrote: Thu Feb 18, 2021 7:57 pm

Nicely done! This is better than my very first swap!

As dev himself say, the trick is turning off warping after a while. Just a couple of hours of no-warp, BAM , so more details!


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