A sculptor is tasked to creating icicle sculptures for the new museum in Greenland. He has been given specifications by his boss, which consists of two numbers: [s, m] or size and melt. Size must be an odd number. He was given some photos of real icicles:
vvvvv [5, 0] vvv v vvvvvvv [7, 0] vvvvv vvv v vvvvvvv [7, 2] vvvvv vvvvvvv [7, 3] vvv [3, 1]
He needs a program to help draw. Any language allowed. The program needs to take in S and M, any method of input acceptable. You must then print out an ascii art representation of it.
S is how many
vs are on the first layer. M is how many layers are cut out from the bottom.
This is code-golf, so as usual this competition is byte based. White space does count for byte counting. Least bytes wins.
Edit: You will never get a set of numbers that draws nothing, for example [5, 3]. Checking code is not required however.