PERFECT Consistency for Your Midjourney Character

Tokenized AI by Christian Heidorn
15 Jul 202315:31

TLDRIn the video, the creator addresses criticism about character inconsistency in designs featuring Carla Caruso. They demonstrate a solution using 'Inside Face Swap,' a tool that allows swapping faces in images to ensure character consistency. The process involves using the tool within a Discord server, creating headshots, and swapping faces onto different characters in various images. The video also shows how to use the tool for images with multiple characters and discusses its limitations, particularly with comic book styles. The creator highlights the daily credit allowance for using the tool and encourages viewers to explore it for enhancing character consistency in their projects.


  • 🎨 **Character Consistency Challenge**: The video addresses the criticism that character designs, even by Carla Caruso, often lack consistency across different images.
  • πŸ” **Inside Face Swap Introduction**: The video introduces Inside Face Swap, a tool that can replace faces in images to achieve character consistency.
  • πŸ€– **Discord Bot Integration**: Inside Face Swap can be integrated with a private Discord server, allowing users to utilize its features within their own server.
  • πŸ“Έ **Creating Character Headshots**: The process involves creating headshots of characters and placing them on a white background for use with Inside Face Swap.
  • 🧩 **Image Manipulation Techniques**: The video demonstrates how to use panning, zooming, and other image manipulation techniques to prepare images for face swapping.
  • πŸ”— **Saving Character IDs**: Users can save up to 10 character IDs within Inside Face Swap, allowing them to recall specific character faces for swapping.
  • πŸ•’ **Processing Time**: The face swapping process takes a few minutes to complete, depending on the complexity of the image.
  • πŸ‘₯ **Multiple Character Images**: Inside Face Swap can handle images with multiple characters, but care must be taken to avoid unwanted swaps.
  • βœ‚οΈ **Selective Swapping with Image Editing**: If selective face swapping is needed (e.g., swapping only one character's face), additional image editing outside of Discord is required.
  • πŸŽ“ **Educational Resource Mention**: The video promotes a course, 'Masters of Midjourney', for a comprehensive understanding of character design and control.
  • πŸš€ **Potential for Development**: The video acknowledges the current limitations with certain styles like comic book art but highlights the potential for future improvements in face swapping technology.

Q & A

  • What is the common criticism about character design videos featuring Carla Caruso?

    -The common criticism is that despite being about character consistency, Carla Caruso's character does not look consistent across all images.

  • How does the video suggest improving character consistency in images?

    -The video suggests using a tool like Inside Face Swap to replace faces in images with the correct face of the character, thus improving consistency.

  • What is the first step to use Inside Face Swap?

    -The first step is to add the Inside Face Swap Discord bot to your own private Discord server by following the instructions on the GitHub page.

  • How can you create a headshot of a character for use in Inside Face Swap?

    -You can create a headshot by using a prompt with Imagine to generate an image of a character with specific features, then placing it on a white background and upscaling it.

  • What is the process of swapping a face using Inside Face Swap?

    -You save the identity features of the character by name and image using the save ID command, then use the swap ID feature to replace faces in other images with the saved character's face.

  • What is the limitation when trying to swap faces in images with multiple characters?

    -Inside Face Swap may not natively allow swapping faces in a targeted manner within images containing multiple characters. It may replace faces in all characters present in the image.

  • How can you avoid swapping faces in unwanted areas of an image?

    -You can use an image editor to copy the desired area and then use the swap ID feature in Inside Face Swap to replace only the intended face.

  • What is the daily credit limit for using Inside Face Swap?

    -Inside Face Swap provides about 50 credits per day, which is usually sufficient for most users.

  • How does Inside Face Swap perform with non-photorealistic styles like comic book illustrations?

    -Inside Face Swap tends to perform less effectively with comic book or graphic novel styles, leaning more towards photorealism.

  • What kind of projects is Inside Face Swap particularly useful for?

    -Inside Face Swap is particularly useful for projects that require character consistency and are somewhere between photorealism and illustration.

  • What does the video recommend for those working on comic book projects?

    -The video does not provide a solution for comic book projects within the script, but it encourages viewers to stay updated for future developments and improvements in the field.

  • How can viewers get a more holistic education on using Imagine?

    -Viewers can check out the course 'Masters of Midjourney' at for a comprehensive understanding of how to prompt and control Imagine.



πŸ–ŒοΈ Character Consistency with Carla Caruso's Face Swap

The video script addresses criticism about character design inconsistency, particularly with Carla Caruso. The speaker proposes a solution using face swapping technology to maintain character consistency across various images. The process involves using 'High variation mode' to create different headshots of Carla, then extending the body and adjusting the image context. The speaker admits that the characters in the final image are not identical but are similar, and demonstrates how to use 'inside face swap' on Discord to swap faces in images. The setup process for using 'inside face swap' is also explained, including adding the bot to a private Discord server and creating headshots for swapping.


πŸ§‘β€βœˆοΈ Creating and Swapping Faces for a Soldier Character

The second paragraph details the process of creating a soldier character and swapping faces using the 'inside face swap' tool. The speaker generates an image of a male infantry soldier and then creates a separate image focusing on the lower body and war zone background. After obtaining satisfactory images, the speaker uses the 'save ID' command to save the identity features of the character's face. The face is then swapped into another image, showing a significant change in appearance. The paragraph also explores swapping faces in images with multiple characters, demonstrating how to replace faces selectively using image editing software and the 'swap ID' feature.


🎨 Limitations and Applications of Face Swapping in Art

The third paragraph discusses the limitations and potential applications of the face swapping tool. It is noted that while the tool works well with realistic illustrations, it struggles with comic book styles, as the swapped faces tend to appear too realistic. The speaker suggests that the tool is beneficial for projects requiring character consistency, especially for those working on projects that are not strictly comic book style. The paragraph also mentions that 'inside face swap' provides 50 credits per day for most users, which should suffice for general use. The speaker expresses optimism about future developments in the field.


πŸ“š Conclusion and Further Learning Resources

In the final paragraph, the speaker concludes the video script by hoping that the information provided was useful. They encourage viewers to explore more videos and playlists on the topic and to continue learning. The paragraph ends with a reminder to check out the course 'Masters of Midjourney' for a comprehensive education on controlling and prompting the AI tool Midjourney, with a link provided in the description.



πŸ’‘Character Design

Character design refers to the process of creating the appearance and personality of a character for storytelling purposes. In the video, character design is central as the creator discusses achieving consistency in character representation across different images, which is a common challenge in the field.


Consistency in this context means maintaining uniformity in the visual appearance of a character throughout various illustrations or images. The video addresses the criticism that character designs often lack consistency and demonstrates a method to achieve it using a specific tool.

πŸ’‘Carla Caruso

Carla Caruso appears to be a fictional character used as an example in the video. The creator uses her character to illustrate the process of ensuring that the character's face is consistently depicted across different scenes or images.

πŸ’‘High Variation Mode

High variation mode is a feature that allows for the creation of diverse versions of a character from a single original concept. The video mentions using this mode to transform the original character concept into a new headshot, which is a step towards achieving consistency.

πŸ’‘Pan and Zoom

Pan and zoom are techniques used in image editing to adjust the framing of a scene. In the video, the creator uses these techniques to extend the body of the character and widen the context of the image, which helps in constructing the character's scene more effectively.

πŸ’‘Inside Face Swap

Inside Face Swap is a tool or feature that allows users to replace faces in images with a different face while maintaining a similar appearance. The video provides a tutorial on how to use this tool to ensure character consistency by swapping faces in various images.

πŸ’‘Discord Bot

A Discord bot is an automated program that can perform tasks within the Discord platform. In the context of the video, the Inside Face Swap Discord bot is used to facilitate the face swapping process, making it easier for users to achieve character consistency across images.

πŸ’‘Face Swapping

Face swapping is the process of replacing one face in an image with another, typically using image editing software or AI tools. The video demonstrates how face swapping can be used to maintain the consistency of a character's appearance in different images or scenes.


An illustration is a type of artwork that decorates a text, typically used to provide a visual representation of a concept or story. The video discusses the use of face swapping with illustrations, noting that while it works well for realistic styles, it may not be as effective for comic book or line art styles.


Photorealism is an art style that strives to create images that closely resemble photographs. The video notes that the Inside Face Swap tool leans towards photorealism, which is why it works well with realistic illustrations but may not be as effective with stylized or non-realistic art.

πŸ’‘Masters of Midjourney

Masters of Midjourney appears to be a course or educational resource mentioned in the video that provides foundational knowledge on how to use the Midjourney tool effectively. The course is likely aimed at individuals interested in character design and looking to enhance their skills in controlling the AI for character consistency.


The video discusses character consistency in design, specifically addressing criticism about Carla Caruso's character design.

The author proposes a solution to achieve character consistency by replacing faces in images with the correct face of Carla Caruso.

Demonstrates the use of High variation mode and the 'pan' feature to extend the body of a character.

Shows how to use 'zoom out' to widen the context of an image after constructing the majority of the character.

Mentions the possibility of reintroducing the character multiple times in the same image for a dynamic scene.

Admits that the characters in the final image are not identical, addressing the critics' concerns.

Introduces the use of 'inside face swap' to achieve character consistency in images.

Provides a step-by-step guide on how to add the inside face swap Discord bot to a private server.

Explains the process of creating headshots of a character and swapping faces using the bot.

Discusses the limitations when using inside face swap with comic book styles or illustration.

Demonstrates how to use 'swap ID' feature to replace faces in images more selectively.

Provides a workaround for swapping faces in images with multiple characters using an image editor.

Mentions the daily credit limit for using inside face swap and its sufficiency for most users.

Suggests that inside face swap is particularly effective for projects that are between photorealism and illustration.

Encourages viewers to check out additional resources for a comprehensive understanding of character design.

The video concludes with an invitation to learn more about character design and to continue exploring the topic.