Kermit ASCII Art

Published on by Negate This #ascii


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             //|  `-.___.-' \\|
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Today I took some time to work on ASCII art because it’s a fun little hobby. My art seems too rigid and “tracey.” I don’t take advantage of things like the letter J and I haven’t incorporated any sort of texturing using # or %. I’d like to get to a point where I can make art similar to that you see in pftech or ufetch, a minimal amount of characters that still provide lots of detail and style. Until then, enjoy this kermit.