Toonify API

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Turn a photo of any face into a cartoon instantly with artificial intelligence. Toonify uses a convolutional neural network to quickly transform the photo into a cartoon. While generative adversarial networks (GANs) were used in the creation of Toonify, they are not used in the final model.

url upload file upload


API Docs
QUICK START API REQUEST
curl \
    -F 'image=YOUR_IMAGE_URL' \
    -H 'api-key:YOUR_API_KEY' \
    https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify 

Toonify API Documentation

Toonify cURL Examples

# Example posting a image URL:

curl \
    -F 'image=YOUR_IMAGE_URL' \
    -H 'api-key:YOUR_API_KEY' \
    https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify 


# Example posting a local image file:

curl \
    -F 'image=@/path/to/your/file.jpg' \
    -H 'api-key:YOUR_API_KEY' \
    https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify 

Toonify Javascript Examples

// Get the 'deepai' package here (Compatible with browser & nodejs):
//     https://www.npmjs.com/package/deepai
// All examples use JS async-await syntax, be sure to call the API inside an async function.
//     Learn more about async-await here: https://javascript.info/async-await

// Example posting a image URL:

const deepai = require('deepai'); // OR include deepai.min.js as a script tag in your HTML

deepai.setApiKey('YOUR_API_KEY');

(async function() {
    var resp = await deepai.callStandardApi("toonify", {
            image: "YOUR_IMAGE_URL",
    });
    console.log(resp);
})()


// Example posting file picker input image (Browser only):

const deepai = require('deepai'); // OR include deepai.min.js as a script tag in your HTML

deepai.setApiKey('YOUR_API_KEY');

(async function() {
    var resp = await deepai.callStandardApi("toonify", {
            image: document.getElementById('yourFileInputId'),
    });
    console.log(resp);
})()


// Example posting a local image file (Node.js only):
const fs = require('fs');

const deepai = require('deepai'); // OR include deepai.min.js as a script tag in your HTML

deepai.setApiKey('YOUR_API_KEY');

(async function() {
    var resp = await deepai.callStandardApi("toonify", {
            image: fs.createReadStream("/path/to/your/file.jpg"),
    });
    console.log(resp);
})()

Toonify Python Examples

# Ensure your pyOpenSSL pip package is up to date
# Example posting a image URL:

import requests
r = requests.post(
    "https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify",
    data={
        'image': 'YOUR_IMAGE_URL',
    },
    headers={'api-key': 'YOUR_API_KEY'}
)
print(r.json())


# Example posting a local image file:

import requests
r = requests.post(
    "https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify",
    files={
        'image': open('/path/to/your/file.jpg', 'rb'),
    },
    headers={'api-key': 'YOUR_API_KEY'}
)
print(r.json())

Toonify Ruby Examples

# Example posting a image URL:

require 'rest_client'
r = RestClient::Request.execute(method: :post, url: 'https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify', timeout: 600,
    headers: {'api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    payload: {
        'image' => 'YOUR_IMAGE_URL',
    }
)
puts r


# Example posting a local image file:

require 'rest_client'
r = RestClient::Request.execute(method: :post, url: 'https://api.deepai.org/api/toonify', timeout: 600,
    headers: {'api-key' => 'YOUR_API_KEY'},
    payload: {
        'image' => File.new('/path/to/your/file.jpg'),
    }
)
puts r

Toonify Csharp Examples

// Ensure your DeepAI.Client NuGet package is up to date: https://www.nuget.org/packages/DeepAI.Client
// Example posting a image URL:

using DeepAI; // Add this line to the top of your file

DeepAI_API api = new DeepAI_API(apiKey: "YOUR_API_KEY");

StandardApiResponse resp = api.callStandardApi("toonify", new {
        image = "YOUR_IMAGE_URL",
});
Console.Write(api.objectAsJsonString(resp));


// Example posting a local image file:

using DeepAI; // Add this line to the top of your file

DeepAI_API api = new DeepAI_API(apiKey: "YOUR_API_KEY");

StandardApiResponse resp = api.callStandardApi("toonify", new {
        image = File.OpenRead("C:\\path\\to\\your\\file.jpg"),
});
Console.Write(api.objectAsJsonString(resp));