#ds106 #tdc1971 #30dayTDC A photo "in character" 😉 pic.twitter.com/r7WhchCnOy
— john johnston (@johnjohnston) June 2, 2017
Ended up using PICTURE TO ASCII CONVERT – PICASCII
I though the pun made up for lack of skills needed.
Even though Alan brought the daily forward to 1§0am UK time I had time for a morning joke:
#tdc1971 #30dayTDC waiting for the #ds106 dawn @cogdog 😉 pic.twitter.com/Hd7Hykl50K
— john johnston (@johnjohnston) June 3, 2017
This took a bit longer. I installed the commandline app for making ASCII from jpegs jp2a and figlet for producing large text with homebrew.
_ _ ___ __ __| |___/ |/ _ \ / /_ / _` / __| | | | | '_ \ | (_| \__ \ | |_| | (_) | \__,_|___/_|\___/ \___/ <-figlet text
But I couldn’t get a clear enough picture of the image, so end up using picascii again and adding the figlet with FireWorks.