Application icon for the software that converts Raster and PDF files to vector files.
over 2 years ago
Love the pixel breakup at the end :)
Perfect. You can probably make the tail 2-3 squares longer to have more space for easing and feathering the part between bordered squares into solid color. Currently the transition edge appears a little "cut" and too vertical -- not seamless. But maybe it's the intention because of the how product works?
Super work - loving it!
i feel there's a strong contrast of top (softer, round) and bottom (square, hard).
why not curl the squares/pixels with the flow of the main part?
something like this: http://cl.ly/6ml3
Great idea and realisation! =) Love it!
You have a nice website,
Welcome aboard guys.
Very cool, Welcome guys!
Thank for all very much:) Really
To Dominik Balogh: Thanks you, I will think about
To Anton Kudin: this icon have all size, in small sizes the squares/pixels is better I think
@Kamil Khadeyev, many thanks!)
very nice, first i thought it could be the icon for a batch photo uploader for flickr, but just because of the color theme. but i agree, the pixel to vector metaphor is carried by the icon very well.
Verrrrrry nice, great color!! :D
I really like the colouring of the pixels. Great job
I really love the execution of this icon. It looks stunningly beautiful.
The only thing I'd think about is the shape itself. It suggests me, that I convert Pixels into Vectors and then back into pixels … You know what I mean?
Pure eye candy. Although the vector to pixel transition could be much smoother. Especially without dividing space between pixels.
gorgeous colors! Though i agree with Natan, I might suggest a blended gradient in the "spacing" lines behind the pixels to make it feel a little smoother. Something like: http://cl.ly/9ph7 . Just a thought
Very Nice colors used here. +1
3 months ago
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