How to Create AI avatars for Free | Lexica ART

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2 Jul 202305:08

TLDRThe video script outlines a step-by-step guide on creating AI avatars that mimic one's appearance and speech. It introduces a website, Lexica Art, for sourcing avatar images and emphasizes downloading images without watermarks. The script then details the use of 11 Labs for audio generation, highlighting the selection of voice, language settings, and script input. Finally, it guides viewers on using Studio Did's platform to animate the avatars and suggests a workaround for the platform's limitations. The video concludes with a call to action for likes, shares, and subscriptions.


  • πŸ“Ί Hey Jenny and Davis's conversation introduces the topic of creating AI avatars for free, highlighting a new video tutorial by AI declow.
  • πŸ“° The video tutorial focuses on how to make AI avatars speak, with a call to action for viewers to subscribe for more content.
  • πŸ’» Lexica art is presented as the source for avatar images, offering four different methods to obtain these images.
  • πŸ” The first method involves scrolling through and downloading images directly from Lexica art.
  • πŸ“ The second method allows searching for specific types of avatar images, like 'cartoon man', with quick and relevant results.
  • 🚫 The third method, generating avatars through prompts after logging in, is mentioned but not recommended.
  • πŸ“· The fourth method involves uploading an image to Lexica art, which then provides similar or improved avatar images.
  • πŸ’Ύ Options are provided to either use a prompt for creating images in other AI art tools or to download images directly without a watermark.
  • 🎀 For adding audio to avatars, 11 Labs tool is used, allowing customization of voice, clarity, and language.
  • πŸ“Ί Studio did website is introduced for making the avatar speak, with recommendations on how to efficiently use the voice options.
  • πŸ”Š A hint at the end of the video suggests a future tutorial on removing watermarks from videos, encouraging likes and subscriptions.

Q & A

  • What is the main topic of the video?

    -The main topic of the video is about creating AI avatars that can speak like the user, without any cost.

  • Which website is suggested for finding avatar images?

    -The website named Lexica art is suggested for finding avatar images.

  • How many options are there to get avatar images on Lexica art?

    -There are four options to get avatar images on Lexica art.

  • What is the recommended method for downloading images without a watermark from Lexica art?

    -The recommended method is to scroll down through the images and download whichever is liked, as the video demonstrates how to do this without adding a watermark.

  • Why is generating avatars with prompts not suggested in the video?

    -Generating avatars with prompts is not suggested because it requires the user to log in, making it better to use the already provided images.

  • What tool is used for generating the audio for the AI avatar?

    -11 Labs tool is used for generating the audio for the AI avatar.

  • What are the voice settings available in 11 Labs?

    -In 11 Labs, users can choose the voice they want, preview it, and adjust voice settings like stability and clarity. It also offers a multilingual option to recognize and spell out regional languages.

  • How can the AI avatar be made to talk using the Studio Did website?

    -To make the AI avatar talk using Studio Did, users can either write their script and select a language and speaker or upload their own voice generated through 11 Labs.

  • What is the issue with pre-made avatars on the Studio Did website?

    -The issue with pre-made avatars on Studio Did is that they have very little variety and can have orientation issues.

  • How to remove the watermark from the video created by Studio Did?

    -The video does not provide a direct method to remove the watermark, but it suggests that there is an easy way to do so, and encourages viewers to like and subscribe to the channel for a possible future tutorial on this topic.

  • What should users do if they want a video on removing watermarks?

    -If users want a video on removing watermarks, they should like the current video and subscribe to the channel.



πŸ€– Creating AI Avatars - An Overview

This paragraph introduces a conversation between Jenny and Davis about a new video by AI Declow, which teaches viewers how to create AI avatars for free. It then transitions into a YouTube channel introduction, emphasizing the creation of AI avatars and encouraging viewers to subscribe for more similar content. The paragraph outlines the process of obtaining avatar images from Lexica art, highlighting four different methods: browsing and downloading images without watermarks, searching for specific avatar images, and uploading a personal image to receive similar suggestions. It also mentions the limitations of generating avatars with prompts due to the need for user login.


🎬 Producing Videos with AI Avatars

The second paragraph discusses the subsequent steps in producing a video with an AI avatar. It begins by explaining the need for audio and introduces 11 Labs as the tool for this purpose. The process of selecting a voice, adjusting voice settings, and choosing multilingual options for regional language recognition is detailed. The paragraph then moves on to the use of the Studio Did website for making the avatar speak, including the option to either write a script and select a language and tone or to upload a pre-recorded voice. Finally, it touches on the creation of the video, the presence of a watermark, and teases the possibility of a future tutorial on watermark removal.



πŸ’‘AI Avatars

AI Avatars refer to digital representations or characters that are powered by artificial intelligence. These avatars can mimic human-like behaviors and interactions. In the context of the video, AI avatars are used to create virtual characters that can speak and respond like humans, using technologies like AI declow's methods to generate realistic and engaging digital personas.

πŸ’‘Lexica art

Lexica art is mentioned as a website where users can find and download avatar images. It offers options to scroll through images, search for specific avatars, or even upload a personal image to generate similar ones. This service is integral to the avatar creation process in the video, providing the visual component for the AI avatars.

πŸ’‘11 Labs tool

11 Labs tool is a platform that enables users to generate audio for their AI avatars. It allows for the selection of voices, adjustment of voice settings, and the input of text to create speech. This tool is essential for giving the avatars a voice that can communicate and interact in the desired language, adding another layer of realism to the AI avatar experience.

πŸ’‘Studio did

Studio did is a website mentioned in the script that allows users to animate their AI avatars and make them speak. It offers a user-friendly interface where one can upload the avatar image and the previously generated audio to create a video where the avatar appears to speak the text.

πŸ’‘Avatar Images

Avatar images are the visual representations used to create the appearance of AI avatars. These images can be sourced from various places, such as Lexica art, and can be customized or selected based on user preferences. The quality and appeal of these images are crucial for making the AI avatars believable and engaging.

πŸ’‘Voice Settings

Voice settings refer to the customizable parameters for the audio output of AI avatars. This includes selecting the voice type, adjusting its stability and clarity, and even choosing a multilingual option to accommodate regional languages. These settings are important for achieving a natural and relatable speaking voice for the avatars.

πŸ’‘Video Script

A video script is the written text that outlines what the AI avatar will say or communicate in the final video. It is a critical component in creating the dialogue and interactions that the avatar will have with the audience. The script must be carefully crafted to ensure the avatar's speech is engaging, informative, and appropriate for the intended audience.

πŸ’‘Digital Persona

A digital persona is an online identity or character that represents an individual or entity in the digital space. In the context of the video, the AI avatars serve as digital personas that can interact with users through speech and visual representation, creating a more immersive and personal experience.

πŸ’‘AI Art Tools

AI art tools are software or platforms that utilize artificial intelligence to assist in the creation of art, such as images or animations. These tools can generate content based on user input, like prompts or uploaded images, and are used in the video to create avatar images and animations for the AI avatars.


A watermark is a visibleζ ‡θ―† or mark that is placed on digital content, such as images or videos, to indicate the creator's ownership or to prevent unauthorized use. In the video, a watermark is initially present on the AI avatar video but can be removed, as hinted by the speaker, to create a clean final product.

πŸ’‘Multimedia Content Creation

Multimedia content creation involves the process of producing content that combines various media forms, such as text, images, audio, and video. In the context of the video, multimedia content creation is central to the process of making AI avatars speak, as it involves scripting, selecting images, generating audio, and combining these elements into a final video.


Jenny and Davis discuss a new video by AI declow.

AI declow's video teaches how to create AI avatars for free.

The video introduces the Lexica art website for avatar images.

Lexica art offers four options to obtain avatar images.

Images can be downloaded without watermarks from Lexica art.

Searching for specific avatar images is quick and easy on Lexica.

Generating avatars with prompts is discouraged due to login requirements.

Uploading a personal image to Lexica yields similar, high-quality avatars.

The AI art tool Blue Willow AI is mentioned for generating images from prompts.

11 Labs is used for creating audio for the avatar videos.

11 Labs offers multilingual voice options and voice settings.

The video script is input into 11 Labs to generate the audio.

Studio did is recommended for making the avatar speak.

Studio did allows uploading a custom avatar image for the video.

There are two ways to make the avatar speak in Studio did: script input or voice upload.

The video can be downloaded with a watermark, but there's a method to remove it.

The video encourages viewers to like, share, and subscribe for more content.