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The Ultimate Answer in ASCII

The Ultimate Answer in ASCII
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lyonscc


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The answer to the Ultimate Question...

With thanks to benjaminleebates for his confidence, even though it was misplaced.

benjaminleebates


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lyonscc wrote:The answer to the Ultimate Question...

With thanks to benjaminleebates for his confidence, even though it was misplaced.


No worries!
Just following the breadcrumbs...;D

L3g3ndQ


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i like this but i think i would really like it a lot more without the dolphins... and im not sure why B^(

numchux9000


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nice work, Chris!

numchux9000


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oh man, 4 in the fog! good luck!

lyonscc


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numchux9000 wrote:nice work, Chris!


Thanks.

numchux9000 wrote:oh man, 4 in the fog! good luck!


I've got one in the fog and my 25-year-old son has one in the fog.

I'm not sure how you come up with four.

firefly209


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I absolutely love this design! The use of colour is gorgeous, and every detail is so well done! It's amazing what ASCII art can do when one really tries with it - And you've clearly put a severe amount of work into this. That and a Monty Python reference as well thought out as this is definitely worth getting. Good luck and I really hope this prints!

lyonscc wrote:I've got one in the fog and my 25-year-old son has one in the fog.

I'm not sure how you come up with four.


I think what's happened is that numchux9000 has mistakenly believed that the two entries in the fog by tbolt86 ("The Life of Pi (to 4,325 digits)" and "The Hamnet Code") were your designs - based on how numchux9000 posted in both those entries saying "nice work, Chris!" Only to get a response along the lines of "...but I'm not Chris... O_o "

lyonscc


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firefly209 wrote:I absolutely love this design! The use of colour is gorgeous, and every detail is so well done! It's amazing what ASCII art can do when one really tries with it - And you've clearly put a severe amount of work into this. That and a Monty Python reference as well thought out as this is definitely worth getting. Good luck and I really hope this prints!

Thanks! I was glad the process I ended up using worked at getting bolder colors (even though I was up till 2 or 3 a.m. finishing it). I read Hitchhiker's Guide almost 30 years ago, and it's been one of my favorites ever since


firefly209 wrote:I think what's happened is that numchux9000 has mistakenly believed that the two entries in the fog by tbolt86 ("The Life of Pi (to 4,325 digits)" and "The Hamnet Code") were your designs - based on how numchux9000 posted in both those entries saying "nice work, Chris!" Only to get a response along the lines of "...but I'm not Chris... O_o "


Ah yes, now I see that. Thanks - it was a little confusing, but I get it now.

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