This is a tutorial article about using the style transfer application in Deep Block.
We will transfer the style of an image into a style of Van Gogh’s painting.
Sign in, and click “TRY DEEP BLOCK” button on the top right corner.
At the Console page, click “Create” button on the top right corner.
Click Image Processing and Click Style Transfer. Set the Project Name as “Gogh_Wheat_Field” and click “Create”.
Open the Project by clicking the project in the Console.
Prepare a Style image, which is the image we want to extract the style from. Usually, we use a painting with a distinct style. We will use Van Gogh’s painting “Wheat Field with Cypresses” in this tutorial.
Drag and drop the image file to the Style pane.
Then, also prepare a content image, which is the image we want to change the style. We will use a sunflower image in this tutorial.
Drag and drop the image file to the Contents pane.
Click “Generate” button to start changing the image in the Contents pane. It may take a few minutes.
There will be a notification when the new image is generated.
You can download the generated image from the result pane.
You can see that the sunflower image has been transformed into Van Gogh’s painting style. We recommend you to use a content image that is similar to the style image. Otherwise, you may get a weird result. We also recommend you to use a painting that has distinct style such as unique brush strokes for the style image.