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Posted on 2001-09-02
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Hi,
I'm offering 25 points to whoever can provide me with the best text picture of Tux (the Linux penguin). I'm not sure if I'm using the right name but here's what I mean.

                  ___
                 /   \
                /     \
               /-------\
               |   _   |
               |  |_|  |
               ---------
(A house)

Judging from the drawing above you can see why I'm asking for someone else t do it for me.

More points if it's really good.
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by:m_morgan
ID: 6449414
That turned out even worse than it looked before I hit "Submit". Man that's horrible. If it doesn't show correctly, you can e-mail me a text file.
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by:elniniokev
ID: 6449688
(o_         (*_         (O_         (o< -!      (o<)<
 //\         //\         //\         //\         //\
 V_/_        V_/_        V_/_        V_/_        V_/_
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by:elniniokev
ID: 6449695
1 -normal
 2 - drunk
 3 - suprised
 4 - singing
 5 - eating fish


 (o_         (*_         (O_         (o< -!      (o<)<
 //\         //\         //\         //\         //\
 V_/_        V_/_        V_/_        V_/_        V_/_


hopefully this will come out better
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by:m_morgan
ID: 6449779
That doesn't look like anything. I want something bigger and qwith more detail.
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by:m_morgan
ID: 6451037

        .--.
       |o_o |
       |:_/ |
      //   \ \
     (|     | )
    /'\_   _/`\
    \___)=(___/

OK here's what I want. But bigger and more detailed.
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by:m_morgan
ID: 6451042
EE is messing up the drawings. Contact me at: m_morgan[at]isd-x[dot]com with a tux drawing. Or post one to the web.
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Nick earned 25 total points
ID: 6451250

               a8888b.
             d888888b.
             8P"YP"Y88
             8|o||o|88
             8'    .88
             8`._.' Y8.
            d/      `8b.
          .dP   .     Y8b.
         d8:'   "   `::88b.
        d8"           `Y88b
       :8P     '       :888
        8a.    :      _a88P
      ._/"Yaa_ :    .| 88P|
      \    YP"      `| 8P  `.
      /     \._____.d|    .'
      `--..__)888888P`._.'

Try that.

Nick
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by:Nick
ID: 6451256
You can't use mark-up here.  Cut and paste ALL of the above image into a text editor... it will regain it's correct proportions.

Nick
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by:Bruce_R
ID: 6452561
there's a couple of good onees on the tomsrtbt boot disks.

There's a fat one and a thin one. The thin one is on the web page. The other one is on the motd screen on the boot disk.

http://www.toms.net/rb/home.html
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by:kannabis
ID: 6455928
http://www.asciiartfarts.com/19990806.html

http://www.theofel.de/ascii-art/

I know this one is probably WAAAAY too big for what you want, but it's really COOL!

http://www.linux-tux.de/ascii-art.php

Everyone should really take a look at that link

(:
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by:m_morgan
ID: 6459260
Thanks of all the drawings this works best for me.

kannabis: I have a poster of the big one, it's really nice
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