Texture Generation

Texture Generation

Sortium's web app offers a range of customizable options for tailoring your prompt and fine-tuning the texture generation settings.

Getting Started

  • Generate or upload an asset to work with.
  • Once you've selected your asset and loaded it into your workspace, the Texture Generation panel will open.


Before you get started, you first need to select a material to work with. Open the Materials dropdown and select one or multiple materials to work with.

  • When working with multiple materials, each material will have a unique set of properties and associated prompts.
  • Make changes for each material by selecting it from the dropdown. Once selected, proceed to make desired selections in the Texture Generation panel.
  • To deselect a Material, select it in the drop-down, then click the "Reset to Default" option in the Texture Generation panel.


Prompt Style

Utilize the Prompt Style feature to infuse a specific aesthetic into your texture generation. Select from a range of predefined styles to effortlessly align the texture's appearance with your creative vision or project requirements.

General Prompt

Describe your desired texture.

To optimize your results, clearly describe the asset you’re focusing on in the general prompt. This could range from simple objects to complex scenes. For instance, use specific terms like “a wooden chair,” “baseball bat,” or “an office desk” to guide the generation process toward your desired outcome.

Negative Prompt

In the negative prompt, specify what you wish to exclude from your design. This feature acts as a filter, preventing certain elements or styles from appearing in your generated textures. It's a powerful tool to refine and control the final output.

Note: This field is optional.



Adjust to determine the extent to which the prompt influences the final texture. A lower value yields more imaginative outcomes, allowing for textures that might stray from the initial prompt.

By tweaking the prompt influence, you gain the power to strike a balance between the originality of the texture and its adherence to the given prompt. This ensures you have control over the texture' prompt fidelity.


Refines the texture's appearance by considering textures and bump details from the original asset. Adjust to optimize the balance and clarity of these details in the final output.

To apply conditioning to your prompt, toggle the button to On and adjust the slider to your desired amount.


Regulates the intensity of the original texture on the prompt. Lower values result in textures that closely resemble the original Base Color texture of the material. On the other hand, higher values led to textures with more creative results.

Base Asset

Opt for the originally uploaded asset as your generation's starting point. Toggle off to evolve from the currently loaded version, enabling continuous iteration.


The seed acts as a unique starting point for the generative process, significantly influencing the final result. Certain seeds may yield better outcomes for your specific needs. Using the same seed with identical prompts and settings enables you to replicate results, allowing for minor tweaks without drastically altering the outcome. However, major changes in settings or prompt structure can lead to vastly different results. 'Auto' maximizes exploration, while setting a specific seed is key for refining and revisiting past results.

Reference Image

Enhance your texture creation by uploading a .jpg or .png reference image. This image acts as a visual guide, influencing the color palette, artistic style, and other aspects of your texture to achieve a more precise and desired outcome.

Image Strength

Adjust the influence strength of your reference image on the generative process with this value. Increasing the strength makes your texture more closely resemble the reference image, while decreasing it allows for more varied interpretations. Modify this setting to fine-tune the final appearance of your asset.

Reset to Default


Once all your parameters have been configured, select Generate. You will be able to track progress in the task section of your toolbox.