For what it's worth, attached is a rough-and-ready code generator built with Excel and a VB Macro.
You draw the item that you want on the template worksheet (copy and paste the red ".") and then generate the pixel code (basically a bunch of dmd.setpixel() lines) via the Code worksheet.
It assumes use of the DMD2 code library but the VB is pretty basic and easy to follow/modify. The "mode" in the function is the DMDGraphicsMode (GRAPHICS_ON, GRAPHICS_OFF, etc) used to turn the pattern on, off, etc.
Not terribly efficient but hey, it works! I found it useful for mucking around and prototyping.
Hopefully someone else finds it helpful!
The Dot Matrix Display (DMD) is a 32x16 array of high-brightness LEDs for visually striking effects. [Product Page]
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