What do you think?
Check out the extensions icon - I meant for it to look like two interlocking pieces with one of them being an extension for which I was able to make into an E. Pretty stoked about that one.
almost 3 years ago
these are nice and clean! Great work dude.
This is why I follow you.
something about that conversions... must be those alluring curves!
Thanks fellas, lot's of time and effort went into these puppies. I'm pretty proud of thems.
The Downloads icon looks really fat compared to the other icons. The Extensions one is awesome.
These beauties are worth every second of your time and effort, fantastic job!!
Nice work, all of them are clean and understandable. I just needed a little bit more time (1 sec) to understand the « Extension », which I think is acceptable :)
Perceval, please watch what you say, he's a bit sensitive about his weight. But yeah, you're right that mother trucker needs to go to fat camp.
Thanks Gert! You da man.
Hah, thanks Eric! It is somewhat arbitrary in it's metaphorical representation.
Morgan, did you make these all in Photoshop? They look great.
Yessir! I sketched the extensions icon, then recreated it in PS (which was tonight). The others I drew with shapes and the pen tool (without sketching).
The extensions one is really great!
Thanks Benjamin! I'm really glad that you like it.
Really nice Morgan, I only wonder what is cog doing there on top of the folder icon? (folders tab)
Thanks Rok. Well, I was going with the gear|settings metaphor. These are all icons for settings tabs, so I thought it made some sense.
ahaa, now it makes sense :)
top notch work
Three Thumbs Up!
Thanks friends! Tim, that's the reaction I was going for ;)
Love these, they're brilliant. Particularly love the "Conversions" and "Extensions" icons.
Woot! Two icon badasses in a row!
I'm stoked that you guys like them.
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