It’s winter here, and we are waiting for snow. So we will use TeX instead of snow to build some fancy snowmen. For the impatient, there’s an Unicode snowman: ☃. It’s U+2603. Copy and paste to use.
For us TikZ friends, Hironobu Yamashita released a new package on CTAN: scsnowman. It provides a command
\scsnowman which can display various snowmen, customizable by options.
Just load the package in addition to TikZ:
Then use the new command such as in these examples:
\scsnowman[scale=3, hat, snow, arms, buttons]
\scsnowman[scale=2, mouthshape=tight, muffler=red]
\scsnowman[scale=2, mouthshape=frown, hat=green]