Check out these amazing portraits, created by Doron Adler using StyleGAN.
Neural Networks-enthusiast Doron Adler has managed to create a set of portraits that look like they were drawn in the 50's era. The resulting pictures look extremely authentic and were generated by NVIDIA's StyleGAN. According to the artist, he used a few thousand FFHQ-aligned vintage faces and a dataset he already had to generate the portraits. The cool vintage effect comes from starting off of stylegan2-ffhqu-1024x1024, where "u" stands for "unaligned".
"You can generate samples from FFHQ-Vintage28v3_ADA.pkl or ffhq-Vintage28v3_ADA-blended-8.pkl under the folder FFHQ-Vintage28v3_ADA in my Mega PKL collection here and use those for whatever purpose," adds Doron.
For those unaware, StyleGAN is NVIDIA's generative adversarial network introduced in December 2018 and made source available in February 2019. This neural network is primarily known for producing portraits of fake human faces and is often used for generating deepfakes. You can learn more about NVIDIA's StyleGAN here.