This is a case study I put together on Icon Design. Feedback welcome as usual. Please check the attachment to view the case study
about 1 month ago
Hi @Fabio Benedetti The 4th heading down, "Lightening' should be "Lighting" I think.
@Ralph Manning I think lightening is actually correct :) lightening: 'to make light or lighter; illuminate or brighten'
Very nice! I should try Fireworks :). I like the first attachement.
Thanks @Donovan - that's the case study indeed :)
P.S. "lightening" should be correct, yes! ;)
@Michel Bozgounov Thank you sir :)
Very articulate and well done case study, do you have any tutorials on converting from Illustrator to Fireworks?
26 days ago
@MOS Creative Thank you. You can export .eps file version CS4 into FW. But you may lose some details. Are you using Fireworks at all?
Not yet, figuring out where to start. Wondering where to put my time into as far as furthering my learning. Still a Jr. Designer here at the company. Do you prefer FW over other sources for icons like Blender?
@MOS Creative Fireworks is really good for screen design, icons and web design in general. Bear in mind that is a 2D software, so pretty different from Blender which is an open source 3D software. On the other hand Adobe has decided to stop FW at version CS6. I am still using it along with many other designers. If you like illustration and icons I would say Illustrator, Fireworks, Photoshop, Gimp and Sketch can do a great job. If you are looking into 3D software I would suggest Blender and cinema 4D. I don't use 3D in any of my works. It's all 2D work ;)
nice work, couldn't even tell the difference man. I appreciate the information, I'll make sure to link you on any future work I do involving FW or the likes! thank you Fabio, definitely going to keep up with your work.
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