As you might know, I totally like pixeleditors, especially, when they are stripped down to the bone. Fabu from Superlevel now digged something supercool. It is an online ANSI-Editor, where you can “draw” and “manipulate” “pixel”-images. If logged in, you can also save your results.


The editor is very rudimentary. You can not place a pixel “somewhere”, but have to “write” your pixels from left to right in each line. *Happy editing!!* Also to get a real pixel, you have to select text- and background-color the same. Otherwise you will just have colored text. Try Drastic out now! ANSI is the sister of ASCII, btw…

Blog - Date published: July 14, 2009 | 3 Comments

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  1. pandrr said:

    thx <3 :D

  2. 020200 said:

    Hey, you did the motion graphics for the Cologne Commons-trailer, right? Hope to meet you at Evoke!

  3. Torley said:

    Neat — does anyone know a good image-to-ANSI converter? I used VLC to do ASCII ( ) but something more BBSy and elegant would rock.