In this version CharacterShop you can edit ASCII Art more easily. It also provide many impactful tools such as image convert , FigFont,Symbol Lib and many draw tools.see detail in Product section.
ASCII art is an artistic medium that relies primarily on computers for presentation and consists of pictures pieced together from the 95 printable (from a total of 128) characters defined by the ASCII Standard from 1963 and ASCII compliant character sets with proprietary extended characters (beyond the 128 characters of standard 7-bit 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.
Among the oldest known examples of ASCII art are the creations by computer-art pioneer Kenneth Knowlton from around 1966, who was working for Bell Labs at the time.[1] "Studies in Perception I" by Ken Knowlton and Leon Harmon from 1966 shows some examples of their early ASCII art.[2]
One of the main reasons ASCII art was born was because early printers often lacked graphics capability and thus characters were used in place of graphic marks. Also, to mark divisions between different print jobs from different users, bulk printers often used ASCII art to print large banners, making the division easier to spot so that the results could be more easily separated by a computer operator or clerk.
CharacterShop Main feature:
* Convert many format image to a colored text.
* You can change it or save it to a animation.
* Many impactful tools help you design you own ASCII Art.
* Change any section of picture to any color.
* Save it to many format.
* Make a ASCII ART animation.
* Multiple undo redo .
* Zoom in ,Zoom out.
* FigFont Import.
* ASCII Art Library.
* And so on ...


License Type:Shareware

Date Added:10 October, 2012



Size:1.1 MB

Platform: Macintosh

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