Pygrr's logo - a tiger snake?

Hi! I rudely interrupt the "rendering and framerate" entry to bring you this short post!


For Pygrr's logo, I thought to use Python's iconic "two snakes" logo, pictured below:

Python "two snakes" logo

This is a registered trademark of the Python Software Foundation, and the terms under which it can be used state that the "two snakes" can be used within a non-commercial software that is powered by, utilises, or used in the Python programming language, as long as the shape is not modified. For colour modifications, email permission must be sought. Read the guidelines here.

Interested in putting tiger hide on the lower yellow snake, I did exactly that, and I received permission for the logo, which I sent their way for approval!

The tiger hide image I used is of Elroi the Siberian tiger, who lives at Duisburg zoo, Germany! It was released under 
CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication, and can be found here, on Wikimedia.

Without further ado, here it is! I'm very pleased with how it turned out, and hope you like it too!

Isaac, over and out...

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