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  1. An "improper" "unusual" use of Excel the script allows the creation of artistic images by simply coloring the background of the individual cells of the Excel workbook. Although definitely useless ... I find it quite funny though have a good time many thanks to @UEZ , @Malkey , @water p.s. I think the pixelite + color to array process can be simplified, but I used the two ready-made functions provided by UEZ and Malkey. I thank both of you (credits and links in listing) p.p.s. strange behaviour: while excell is filling cells, if you move the mouse pointer off the excell w
  2. After reading this page, (http://www.drububu.com/illustration/tsp/index.html) I was curious and I put together this script. it is not a "stand alone" script, as it uses some third parties programs*, but in few steps it acomplish the conversion to the TSP art. The generated images are quite nice, but you have to try more attempts to find the right combinations of parameters for different source images. Best results can easily obtained with schematic black and wite images. Drag and drop for example something like in this link. Also, set the "Variable thickness line" option and try with the i
  3. Bitmap2AscII use Lucida Console font with a size set to 8, so Windows 8/8.1 users need to change their notepad font and size for get a correct display. Image Rescale slider is only available when saving as image. A click on the "PreviewEdit" open AscII string in Notepad. You can save as Text, Html or Image (add the extension you want) Each setting change is immediately applied. Downloads available in the download section Hope you like it !
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