Working on some icons for a client, feedback is encouraged please :3
about 1 year ago
Nice, but the clouds make the globe looks wavy and not so similar to the other dashboard thing
Ok feedback XD
1) That world icon seems a little flat. :S
2) maybe you should size that pin a little down, in order to fit the icon with the other icon. (if they're going to be together out there, ofcourse) ;)
Looks good! That was my only comment too ^
Sexy! The "dashboard" icon is really well detailed. The earth looks a bit flat at the bottom though.
Yeah, these suck! Scratch that, these are awesome ;)
Though, the globe seems like it was hit with a hammer in the upper left corner. lol
@Prekesh Chavda Really lovely icons. Two point though:
on the first icons the silver border around the logo doesn't match enough with the icons.
On the second one there's some clattered of dark shadows (I don't think they are adding any value to the icon) and mostly the bottom-right dark inner shadow it cumbersome :)
Hope you'll notice them too.
location: south atlantic ocean
Dude, i wanna eat that orange marker and pick my teeth with that red needle...
The shading on the globe makes it look like it's wrinkled (top-ish left and bottom right), but besides that these are super crisp and clean looking.
Prekesh your style is so clean. The icon looks really amazing.
LOVE the first one, but the second doesn't sit right with me. Something about the marker - it doesn't stick out to me. Looks like it's curved around the globe.
I'm not sure what the left one means.
What do the lock glyphs represent? I instantly think 'fuel gauge' when I look at the first icon… I also think the globe could look more round.
Love the saturation and crispyness ;)
by Prekesh Chavda
Two more for the set and I made some changes to the globe one after your feedback. Feedback is appreciated as always, you guys are the best. :)
about 1 year ago
dude this is awesome stuff
12 months ago
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