Some weather icons. Still not content with some of these: the rain & moon, mainly. Final application won't be this small so the snowflakes might show up easier to read.
over 1 year ago
snowflake seems to be pulling on the left side.
other than that, great.
Moon would be more recognizable as a crescent in my opinion. It's more "Iconic"
Looks great, Matt!
These are wonderful!
Thanks for the kind words everyone!
@Courtny, I've got a series of lunar phases: it covers from crescent to full moon so I wanted to go with a full circle moon here. I guess I can concede to the crescent moon, thats a good idea.
So good. The lightning bolts are a tad sharp, but these are otherwise perfect.
These are spectacular!
Gotcha, yeah lunar cycles would be cool to see as well. It would be interesting to see how many people, if prompted to draw a "moon" would draw a crescent or detailed, crater faced version. When I have my own contradictions deciding I'll try to pose an exercise question to a number of people and see what I get. Helps to see what a general consensus is sometimes :D
Weather icons. one of my favorite subjects!
These are great! They remind me a bit about the BBC's ones: http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/
If you don't mind, I have a couple of suggestions.
The big snowflake looks diamond shaped. Snowflakes are more hexagon-like.
You're using different stroke widths for some icons (the cloud "fold", the thunder, the rain drops) but the wind and tornado icons have all lines with the same line stroke width. Maybe you could try using different widths.
The moon needs to be stylized, and not be realistic (the sun is very stylized, in contrast.)
Still, a great seat. Is it going to be a complete weather set?
The tornado and the snowflake look a bit "busy" in contrast to the other icons, simplifying the strokes might be a good idea
The moon could be a little bigger, perhaps
Other than that, great icons :)
about 1 year ago
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