Getimg AI Art Generator Review – Worth It?


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Getimg’s homepage.

Getimg is an AI art generator and platform that offers various features for creating stunning AI-generated art.

With a user-friendly interface resembling AUTOMATIC1111’s WebUI, Getimg provides features such as text prompts, image-to-image options, guidance scale, etc. Getimg allows you to explore various creative possibilities, including Dreambooth, which enables the creation of custom AI avatars, product shots, and the visualization of objects in different scenarios.

You can also use outpainting to extend the boundaries of images beyond their original borders, generating new elements or scenes that seamlessly blend with the existing content. Additionally, Getimg offers inpainting capabilities for restoring and editing images by eliminating imperfections.

ControlNet further enhances the artistic process by providing predefined templates for precise control over aspects like pose, facial expression, and depth of field.

With affordable pricing plans and the ability to use AI-generated images commercially, Getimg presents an accessible and engaging platform for AI art enthusiasts.

Features And User Interface

Getimg’s user interface.

Getimg works pretty much the same way as AUTOMATIC1111’s WebUI. You have your normal text prompt, negative text prompt, image-to-image option, guidance scale, sampling steps, etc.

The user interface and all of the features available are easy to use, and Getimg makes the AI art generation fun. It’s easy to understand how different sliders and options work.

The image generation takes roughly 6-10 seconds, which is relatively fast when thinking about the image’s output resolution and overall image quality.

List of features Getimg has:

List of the best diffusion models Getimg offers:

  • Stable Diffusion v1.5 and v2.1
  • Realistic Vision
  • Anime Diffusion
  • Inkpunk Diffusion
  • NeverEnding Dream
  • Openjourney
  • RPG
  • AbbysOrangeMix3
  • Epic Diffusion
  • Robo Diffusion
Opening an AI-generated image in Getimg enables you to download it, reuse it (image-to-image), or open it in the AI editor.


Getimg also offers Dreambooth, which enables you to create custom AI models based on the images you give it. This helps you create custom AI avatars (also possible to do with image-to-image), create product shots, or visualize any object in different scenarios.

You can also teach the AI to replicate any art style you are after. Dreambooth is different from image-to-image technique, as you can train the AI with input images to create certain-looking images rather than creating random-looking images based on an image.


Image showing the outpainting in Getimg. As you can only use a few checkpoint diffusion models, the results are not coherent.

Outpainting is a technique that uses text prompts to extend the boundaries of images beyond their original borders.

With outpainting, you can generate new elements or scenes outside the confines of the original picture. This is achieved by creating content that seamlessly aligns with the art style and colors of the existing image. The degree of accuracy in matching is dependent on the coverage of the outpainting frame over the original image.

With Getimg (the feature is in the beta stage), the results are questionable as you can’t use the same checkpoint model (art model) you used to generate the original image. You can only use Stable Diffusion v1.5 and Realistic Vision (one of the best Stable Diffusion models). If you made an image with the Inkpunk Diffusion model, for example, continuing that with SD v1.5, outpainting wouldn’t give you good results.

You can also do outpainting only with a fixed frame size and image ratio (1:1, 512px x 512px).


Inpainting in Getimg.

Inpainting plays a crucial role in AI image editing, enabling the restoration and modification of missing or damaged parts within pictures. With inpainting, you can effectively reconstruct deteriorated images by eliminating imperfections such as cracks, scratches, disfigured limbs, dust spots, or red-eye effects from AI-generated images.

Getimg’s inpainting follows the features of outpainting. You can only use Stable Diffusion v1.5 and Realistic Vision to do inpainting. The results are yet again questionable, as you can’t continue using the same AI art model you used to create the original image.


From left to right: #1: Original image. #2 image-to-image with 0.3 strength. #3 Model: Anime Diffusion, ControlNet: Line art anime.

Getimg offers ControlNet, which helps you better define the exact pose, facial expression, depth-of-field, etc., you are looking for. However, Getimg does not offer options to adjust the ControlNet. Getimg instead offers pre-made “templates” that are used to control the AI output.

Getimg offers the following ControlNet templates:

  • Hard edges
  • Soft edges
  • Straight lines
  • Normal map
  • Depth
  • Face
  • Pose
  • Full body
  • Scribble
  • Line art
  • Line art anime
  • Reference only

When using ControlNet with image-to-image, you can’t adjust the strength to apply the image to the AI image generation process. Using ControlNet (while in beta), in my experience, didn’t give a significant edge to the image creation process. ControlNet is a powerful tool, but as of yet, it’s not giving the best possible results.


Getimg’s pricing plans.

Getimg has five different pricing plans. You have your free plan, where you get 100 monthly credits but can’t use Dreambooth, for example. Otherwise, the plans are pretty much the same, except that the more you pay, the more Dreambooth models and credits you get. 1 credit is 1 image. Fix faces costs an additional 1 credit.

Getimg’s image generation speed is fast even with the free plan, so paying for an even faster image generation is a bit pointless.

What you should also note is that the credits do not roll over to the next month. If your credits run out, you can top up them for $9 and get 2,400 credits.

Getimg grants you the right to use images commercially, which is unnecessary as pure AI art can not be copyrighted, and ownership can’t be claimed. This means you can use any AI-generated image as you please.

Check out: Copyright and Ownership in AI art

Pros And Cons

Get 100 credits every month for free (free plan).Outpainting (beta).
User interface and overall user experience.Inpainting (beta).
Dreambooth.ControlNet (beta).
Vast feature catalog, including 30+ different AI art models.AI Editor is a bit stiff to work with.
You can generate four images at a time.
The overall art quality is good, while not great.
Easy-to-use platform and excellent for beginners.
Image generation speed.
A table detailing the pros and cons of using Getimg.

My Experience

“Getimg is an easy-to-use and easy-to-understand AI art generator. The user interface is intuitive, the model selection is easy and fast, and the image-generation process is overall a fun experience. While the artworks are not the best of the industry (compared to Midjourney or locally installed diffusion models), it still produces good art. I recommend the platform for beginners that want to create good art with popular diffusion models”.



Digital Artist

I’m a digital artist who is passionate about anime and manga art. My true artist journey pretty much started with CTRL+Z. When I experienced that and the limitless color choices and the number of tools I could use with art software, I was sold. Drawing digital anime art is the thing that makes me happy among eating cheeseburgers in between veggie meals.

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