Sig Script - Signature on Images


This script automatically adds a signature to all the Stable Diffusion images you generate or any image you want. The idea is to make it easier to brand your images with your own name or alias. You can add a signature to hundreds of thousands of images quickly.

πŸŽ₯ Demo

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πŸ“Œ Prerequisites

  • Python 3.10+
  • Windows 10/11

πŸš€ Quick Start

Install Python Virtual Environment

Run start.bat to install a Python virtual environment (venv).

Edit the Script

Open the scripts/ file in a text editor like Notepad.

Set Image Folder Path

Change the following line to point to your images folder.

directory = r'C:\add-your-image-folder-path-here'

For example:

directory = r'C:\\Users\\somedude\\Downloads'

Add Your Signature

Add your name or alias to the following line:

signature_text = 'ADD YOUR NAME HERE'

For example:

signature_text = '-bigsk1'

Customize Appearance

The default font color is white, but you can change it by modifying the RGB values in the script. You can also change the font, line width, and size.

Run the Script

Double-click start.bat to run the script.


The signed images will be saved in the outputs folder. Original images will not be modified.

File Naming

If your original image name is 00925-3431573143.png, the signed image will be saved as 00925-3431573143_signed.png.

Supported File Types

  • .png
  • .jpg
  • .jpeg
  • .bmp
  • .tiff

Note: The script supports both upper and lowercase file extensions like `.PNG`.

Sig Script Image

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