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In 1Combo, elements like text, image, audio, video, and even Mid-Journey's Prompt can be remixed with the original NFT to generate unique NFT derivative works. These elements are termed as Sticker or Potion.
The difference between Sticker and Potion lies in the visual appearance of the NFT derivative work generated after remixing with the original NFT. With a Sticker, the visual appearance of the original NFT remains unchanged, while with a Potion, it changes. For instance, adding decorations to your PFP-type NFT uses a Sticker. However, transforming your PFP NFT from an adult appearance to that of a child requires a Potion.
Here are two examples：
Cosplay Ape is a derivative NFT collection of BAYC, also known as a Combo Collection. Every BAYC can be dressed up in this series.
Users can choose one Sticker-type NFT each from the Hat, Earring, and Clothing collections, and then remix them with their own BAYC NFT to create a new NFT derivative work in the Cosplay Ape collection. During the remixing process, users can adjust the size, position, and angle of these four NFTs, but the visual appearance remains unchanged. Once remixed, the Sticker-type NFTs are consumed.
[Image of Robot Ape Collection]
Robot Ape is another derivative NFT collection of BAYC, where any BAYC can transformed into a unique robot.
Users can remix their own BAYC NFT with a Potion-type NFT named Robot Potion to create a new NFT derivative work in the Robot Ape collection. During the remixing process, the Mid-journey's prompt recorded in the Robot Potion will be utilized by AI to create a Robot based on the original BAYC image, retaining the original BAYC's traits but with a dramatically altered visual appearance. Once remixed, the Potion-type NFTs are consumed.
Regardless of whether the appearance of the original NFT changes during the remixing process, the relationships between the original NFT and all its NFT derivative works are traceable on the blockchain.