Art Engine

Generate your PFPs.

The Art Engine will let you easily generate the art for your PFP NFT Collection.

Once the generation is completed, you'll be able to download all CIDs containing all images and metadata, ready to mint.

In order to generate your art, give a name to your new PFP Collection, and follow the next steps:

Define Images to Generate & Upload Traits

First, you'll need to introduce the total number of images you want to generate.

And upload a .Zip file with all traits (.png images) ordered by layers (folders).

Please note that folder names and .png file names will be used to define the Metadata attribute names. Therefore, define the file and folder names exactly as you'd like them to appear in the final generated Metadata.

Order the Layers

After uploading your .Zip file, you will need to arrange the Layers to match your desired Art Layout.

Simply drag and drop the different Layers until they are in the desired order.

If you'd like to verify that the traits have been correctly uploaded and the layer order is correct, you can click on "Generate a new sample".

Define Trait Rarity

In this step, you'll need to define the rarity of each trait, which means the percentage of times you want each trait to appear in relation to the rest of the traits in the same layer.

After you define the percentage, you'll be able to see the approximate number of times that a specific trait will appear when you generate the art.

Mixing Rules

At times, you might need to establish specific rules where two traits shouldn't be combined, or where one trait should be forcibly combined with an entire layer.

During this stage, you'll have the option to add Mixing Rules.

Keep in mind that the more rules you add, the more it may impact the rarity of traits you previously defined.

Generate Preview

After defining the layer order, trait rarities, and mixing rules, you'll have the option to generate up to three previews, each containing 10 samples. This will give you an idea of what the final art generation will look like. The samples may or may not match those of the final art generation.

Introduce NFTs Metadata

The final step in the art generation process involves defining the NFT's Metadata. You'll need to input the following information:

  • NFT Name. This name will be displayed in all generated images. You also have the option to 'Add a Serial Number at the end of the NFT Name.' For instance, if you define the NFT Name as 'SIWA' and activate this option, the NFT Names will be generated as 'SIWA #1,' 'SIWA #2,' 'SIWA #3,' and so on.

  • NFT Creator. The name of the creator or project.

  • NFT Description. A brief description of up to 750 characters that will appear in all PFPs.

  • Additional Attributes (Optional). In addition to the trait attributes generated from the trait file names, you can include extra attributes such as benefits or any other details you'd like to add.

  • Files (Optional). You also have the option to attach files to all images.

After defining the Metadata details, the final step will be to confirm the operation with your Wallet. Once confirmed successfully, the art engine will commence generating the images and metadata. You will receive a notification in the header Notifications once the art has been generated.

Alternatively, you can check the Art Generation status by navigating to the main Art Engine Panel and clicking on 'My Art Collections.'

Your Collection status will change from 'Generating...' to 'Generated' once the process is complete.

At this point, you can click on the Collection to access the gallery with all the images and metadata. Click on 'Download CIDs' to obtain all Metadata ready for minting using NFT Creation -> Mint w/ Existing Metadata.

Additionally, if you need to download all the images at once, you can click on 'Request Images' and provide an email address. A download link will be sent within the next 24 hours for you to retrieve your images.

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