Convert your image to ASCII

Written by Pavan Kumar on June 23, 2008



You all know how to make use of windows character map utility to have fancy characters on your social network profiles. Today, I am come up with a wonderful utility which can even help you make ASCII character of any image. Yeah, I am not telling any joke here. You can fully make an image as a text. Even the conversion is also fast. You can use any format [They have not mentioned format limitation, but I tried with jpeg, gif and png]. You may use it to write testimonials for your friends on social networks. Just look at the following examples, you wonder…. This service can be accessed at asciiconvert site.

Original image


The above image is converted to the following ascii set in color and monochrome format. I am publishing image of ascii text, as I had some problem with publishing, but you can copy all text with mouse on the asciiconvert site.


color and grayscale ascii image of n70


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6 Readers responded to this post

I will play with these stuffs now :-) A great way to pass my time…

PS – This is the biggest comment form i have ever seen in terms of width and height :O

@ Sid
Surely… I know you have lot of time to pass…..
I will reduce the size of my comment section….

it’s awesome and I converted my pics in past .

thanks Pavan.

Nice post. Converting to ASCII is quite nice. I will be using it to see how some of my pics turn out. Thanks for pointing to it! 😀

really nice one !!!i liked it

Thank you bro….

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    Pavan Kumar completed Engineering in Electronics and Communication in the year 2008. He is very enthusiastic and keen to work on different aspects of computer, internet and mobile related fields. The articles here reflect his creativity. This blog was started as a showcase of solutions for different problems and today it has got a good reputation in the blogosphere. Read More...

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