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DiffusionBee: Your Go-To Tool for Hassle-Free Stable Diffusion

An Introduction to DiffusionBee

DiffusionBee is an innovative tool designed to bring stable diffusion to your Mac without any hassles. It is a user-friendly application that lets you install and run models with a simple drag-and-drop into your applications folder. With its latest release, DiffusionBee has added an exciting feature allowing users to load custom models, significantly enhancing its utility and flexibility.

The New Release — Custom Models

The new update to DiffusionBee introduces the ability to load custom models. Users can simply click on the DMG file and launch the application, and then proceed to drag and drop it into the applications folder. The next step is to select the model of choice, making sure to note down any keywords needed for the specific model.

This new feature offers users an unprecedented level of customization, allowing them to define the style of their output based on their preferences.

How to Install Custom Models

Installing custom models in DiffusionBee is a straightforward process. First, you need to create a Hugging Face account and download the CPK files associated with your preferred models. Remember to note down any specific keywords associated with each model, as these will be used in your prompts.

Once you have your models ready, simply open DiffusionBee and click on the hamburger-like icon at the top to access settings. Here, you can select 'Add Model' and open the CPK files from their saved location. It will take a moment to import the model, and once it's done, you're all set to use your new custom model.

Switching Between Models

After importing a custom model, switching between different models is a breeze. Navigate to the 'Options' menu and scroll down to 'Models'. Here, you will see a list of all your imported models. Simply select the model you wish to use and you're ready to go.

It's important to remember to include the keyword for the model you're using at the beginning of your prompt. The earlier you put the words in your prompt, the stronger its impact will be on the resulting image.

Adding Negative Prompts

An interesting feature of DiffusionBee is the ability to add negative prompts. These are words or phrases that you don't want to be included in the image. By specifying these, DiffusionBee will exclude these elements from the resulting image, giving you greater control over the output.

To add a negative prompt, just type it into the prompt box and hit 'Generate'. DiffusionBee will then load the model and exclude the negative prompts from the generated image.

Seamless Generation of Images

With DiffusionBee, generating images is a seamless process. Once you've selected your model and entered your prompts, simply hit 'Generate'. DiffusionBee will take a moment to load the model and then generate your image, complete with a sound effect to let you know when it's done.

Whether you're looking for an intricate hairstyle or an unusual set of teeth, DiffusionBee's custom models can bring your vision to life in a fun and exciting way.


With its user-friendly interface, custom model loading feature, and ability to add negative prompts, DiffusionBee is fast becoming the go-to tool for stable diffusion on Mac. Its seamless integration and ease of use make it a valuable tool for users of all levels. So, whether you're a seasoned professional or a beginner exploring the world of stable diffusion, give DiffusionBee a try and experience its exciting features firsthand.


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