Draw an ASCII Art Smiley

ASCII Art Smiley

ASCII Art Smiley


Introduction of Tool:

The "Draw an ASCII Art Smiley" tool is a web-based utility that generates a simple smiley face using ASCII characters. Users can specify the size of the smiley face to customize its appearance.

Steps to Use This Tool:

  1. Enter the desired size of the smiley face in the input field labeled "Size of Smiley."
  2. Click the "Draw Smiley" button to generate the ASCII art smiley face.
  3. The generated smiley face will be displayed below the input field.

Functionality of the Tool:

  • Draw Smiley: Generates a smiley face using ASCII characters based on the specified size. The smiley face consists of eyes, a mouth, and a face, all represented by different ASCII characters.

Benefits of Using This Tool:

  1. Quick Visualization: Provides a quick and easy way to visualize a smiley face using simple ASCII characters.
  2. Customization: Allows users to adjust the size of the smiley face, enabling customization to fit different design requirements.
  3. Learning Aid: Serves as a fun and educational tool for teaching ASCII art concepts and basic programming logic.


  1. Can I customize the appearance of the smiley face?
    • Currently, the smiley face is generated with fixed ASCII characters for eyes and mouth. While the size of the smiley face can be adjusted, the appearance of the face elements remains constant. Users can modify the JavaScript code to use different ASCII characters for eyes, mouth, and face to create unique smiley face designs.
  2. What is the significance of the size parameter?
    • The size parameter determines the dimensions of the smiley face, including its width and height. Increasing the size value will result in a larger smiley face with more prominent features, while decreasing the size will produce a smaller smiley face.
  3. Can I use this tool for educational purposes?
    • Yes, this tool can be used as an educational resource to teach concepts such as ASCII art, character-based graphics, and basic programming logic. It provides a hands-on way for learners to experiment with creating simple graphical elements using ASCII characters.