Working on an icon pack.
Please constructively criticize... but think before doing so.
6 months ago
Love the stroke thickness, gives it a great quality
well first, they all work together as a unified set, which is really cool. As @Drew Albinson mentioned, the stroke thickness adds a lot. In two instances, though, it may be working against you. The inner curve of the purple dotted line box and the spacing between the dashes seem a bit jagged to me. The other is the minus sign in the zoom out icon- it gets a bit lost in the thick outer strokes, in a way that the zoom in + sign does not.
Hope that was constructive!
Love it, be sure to let us know when the icon pack is released.
I'm not sure if there is a good solution but the lightning bold doesn't feel as bold as the rest.
@Senongo @Fabrice Delaneau Thanks for the constructive criticism. :)
I don't really like the half-pixels, but nice otherwise! :)
@jonathan olsen @2x :)
Looking good. Try to get rid of all sharp corners and lightning is a bit small.
@Space Masters I have done that in other icon sets, but I'm looking for sharpness in this icon set.
Looks like you stole my icons! http://dribbble.com/shots/801056-50-Icons-Part-Two or is it just an illusion?
@Victor Erixon I was actually trying to copy the apple ones and make them more geometric. I sought inspiration for the suitcase and your suitcase style stood out the most. Icons are like traffic signs, you can only go so far changing them. And yes, these are inspired by other icons, yours included (the suitcase) since the only way to make good icons is to change these commonly accepted visual signals and alter their simple geometric foundation.
I'm amazed that you are pretentious enough to claim that I stole from you. When you your self have clearly also been inspired by other similarly styled icon sets.
Your two iconsets aren't even that similar :S
These are awesome ;)
5 months ago
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