These icons were a part of a tutorial for a project I can't quite talk much about just yet, but will be showing more in the coming months :)
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11 months ago
You make me want to make my own set of icons. Dammit.
Can't decide which one is my favorite.
@Bobby Giangeruso Lol Do it my friend, do it.
@Blake Crosley They're like your children, you can't pick your favorite :P
Nice work, these are awesome! Every color chosen is great.
Nice icons @Dmitri Litvinov love 'em
These are spectacular.
I love all things flat. Nice work.
Really nice icons and colors.
But have you tried without shadow ? It brings too much perspective for me, I see cubes. ^_^
Although i'm feeling the hexagon is over the apex of it's lifespan, these look really nice! Not a fan of the lighter gray area under the cog. But great flatwork!
@Sébastien Plaignaud Yes, I did try without shadow, it was a bit boring in my opinion. Adding shadow gives it depth and more interest :) Thanks for the feedback!
@Agency Fusion Thank you for the feedback! The thing under the cog is actually suposed to be a reference to a pop out menu, if you saw it in context, it makes sense :)
Thank you guys! @Ken Styles @Donald Allen @Ari @Kaushik V. Panchal @Matt Gaunt @Ben Bate ⚒ @Liushui
@Dmitri Litvinov That makes more sense. My mistake out of context! But great work!
Would make a great social media icon set. You should consider doing that and releasing them.
@Charles Godewyn Not a bad idea! thanks for the input :)
flawless! make some more
@Peter Gajdos Thanks ! There's actually much more but I just released a few that don't reflect the project :)
Thanks :) @Kudret Keskin
Loved it! Good work @Dmitri
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