The images shown are enlarged to show their detail. Click on an image to view its correctly sized 16×16 pixel version.
To make golfing easier, I've modified each of them from the originals to only use the five same 24-bit RGB colors:
R=75 G=82 B=73for the background.
R=51 G=235 B=203for the diamond tool heads.
R=14 G=63 B=54for the diamond outlines.
R=137 G=103 B=39for the wooden handle core.
R=40 G=30 B=11for the wooden handle outlines.
Choose your favorite tool out of the five and write a program that outputs its simplified 16×16 pixel texture in any common lossless truecolor image format (such as
So, for example, if you chose the axe, you would write a program that outputs this image:
No input should be taken and a web connection should not be required. The image can be output as a file with the name of your choice, or the raw image file data can be output to stdout, or you can simply display the image.
You only need to choose one of the five images. The program that outputs any one of the five images in the fewest number of bytes is the winner.
You may write programs for more than one of the images, but only the one with the minimum number of bytes counts towards your score. If there's a tie, the highest voted post wins.