ASCII Art


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                                  | |
                                 ,' `.
                                ,' ,OP:
                               ,'oOP' |
                               .PP ,. `.
                              ,:   ''  `.
                             ,'Ob_      `.
                            ,' `YPOooo._ |
                            | .    '`YOod.
                           ,'`.'        ''`.
                          ,'     _oooooooooO
                         ,'  _,oOP"''''''' `.
                        ,PPPPP"'O           `.
                        |888O8O      anira   `.
                       ;POoo_                 |
                      ,'  `Oo.OoOoo          `.
                     ,',..   `YOoooooo         `.
                     | `.'     `''''''"YPOoo._  |
                    ,'                    '`YPPOd,
                    -------------JJJJ-------------
                              ___LLLL___
                              XXXXXXXXXX
                               oooooooo
                               YPPPPPPP
                               dXXooooL
                               XXXXXXXX 

This is the first piece of ASCII art I’ve ever done, hence teh simpleness like whoa.

Its best viewed in courier new in a small size. For those who don’t know:

ASCII art is an artistic medium that relies primarily on computers for presentation and consists of pictures pieced together from the 95 printable characters defined by ASCII. The term is also loosely used to refer to text based art in general. ASCII art can be created with any text editor, and is often used with free-form languages. Most examples of ASCII art require a fixed-width font (non-proportional fonts, like on a traditional typewriter) such as Courier for presentation.

Wikipedia article.

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