A "style guide" for icon sets. Certain rules apply to some styles.
One can mix and match different styles or simply follow one. The key is to follow the rules and apply it through out the icon set in a tasteful manner.
One can argue, why use different styles, in one icon set? simple, some icons render better in one of the styles, and some others.
The example Icon on top, follows one of these styles. Thoughts?
over 1 year ago
Great styles. Can't quite figure out what the icon means though.
@Michiel de Graaf Thanks, the Icon doesn't mean anything, it's just an example of how a style can be applied.
I really like, only would like to see version without the shadows - only black/white! :)
@Jesus Ah, got it. I thought it was a rose envelope with wi-fi signals inside.
@Luboš Volkov thanks, I'm going to give that a try.
When can we expect 90's?
You didn't forget.. :)
your work inspires me!
about 1 year ago
@Andrew Colin Beck Thanks man, and I love your work!
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