Nice icons mate. Very clean!
3 months ago
Really great work Ilja!
Love it! Only critique is with the book icon, the bookmark sticking out the bottom looks cut off, maybe remove the stroke in that part so it doesn't look separated.
@Alex Maybe. I think, that separator makes it look better.
@Ilja Miskov I'm not sure, of course I haven't seen it without the separator so I could be totally wrong, I just think it's a good thing to try out.
nice work! might try to make those sharp edges rounder on the two icons in the middle, last row?
Actually not mailbox, cause I need @me.
Ilya, take care of line width. Almost every single pictogram has different lines, there's no similarity between icons. P.e., iPhone is thin and camera is thick. You should keep in mind the mass of every icon to make them look like one family.
Bottom row, second from left: is that supposed to be an inbox? That was my first guess after looking at it for a few seconds. If it is, it seems to stray too far from the conventional inbox icon. In the context of an app, it might work, but seen on its own it could be too ambiguous. Whatever, seems like you were just doing this for fun.
Nice Wacom tablet :)
@Brian Weaver I think it's an inbox of Mailbox app.
Not enough elements unites these icons into a single set. For example: the thickness of the lines — cloud, iPhone, tablet, laptop screen, Dribbble logo and the mailbox — all lines with different thicknesses. Same problem with the size of rounding.
@Denis Talalá ah, thanks, hadn't seen that before
I love icons! And I love these icons :)
Hey, what is a designer supposed to do with that hammer? :)
about 1 month ago
@Paul Ungureanu Find an inspiration just using it :)
22 days ago
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