I like this style. I think I might make more icons like this, maybe the start of a new set? :)
11 months ago
I like these alot!
Beautiful! It's crazy how you managed to achieve a perspective with only white!
Nice style that one in the midddle looks like a pokemon :D:)
Nicely done. Did you use Ai or Ps to make these? Maybe even Sketch?
That's a great style. Even if it's a bit less legible than typical symbols far better than most of the rehashed stuff that now goes under the label of glyphs.
@Prathyush Thank you! I only wanted to make icons (or "glyphs") like this if they were going to be different, even if only slightly. Hopefully I can reach a good balance between legibility and a unique visual style.
@Eli Schiff all PS for now, maybe i'll need Illustrator later on for little things. :3
@Prekesh Chavda A good start I'd say ;)
Nice! It's interesting to see the community move more and more towards Ps for complex vector work when just a year ago, people were still lauding Ai for it's pathfinder as invaluable for making paths to import into Ps.
by Kyle Ledbetter
Logo concept for a buddy that posts ratings on Austin music festivals (SXSW, ACL Fest, FunFunFun, etc). It's a loose rebound of @Prekesh's awesome minimal icons which gave me the shading direction for a solid color logo. I was also inspired by the general hippo outline in one of @cresk's designs. Also, they had hipster glasses on the original Hippohonk logo so I snuck em into the typeface. Yay!
11 months ago
Cool style ; )
Shadows are brilliant.
Those non-pointy points on the speech bubble and location pin are bugging me. I get where you’re going with ’em, though. They match the gear nicely. But they bug me. But I see where you’re going. But they bug me.
Other than that, three thumbs up.
Gimme more! 😁
The speech bubble point should really pinch in a bit more; no need to restrict yourself in that regard, the overall style will remain intact.
Super cute. Just like your butt.
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