I made some simple icons today :) I came across some old sketches of icons like these, so I made them.
Now I don't usually give away PSDs, but I was feeling a little generous today so I've attached one for these icons. It includes @1x and @2x, I hope it's not too messy and I hope it helps some of you. Needless to say these icons are scaleable and completely "vector" (or as vector as you can get in Photoshop :P).
I forgot to add: If you want to make them flat just disable all the layer effects LOL ;P
Another edit: I animated the maps one slightly c:
Edit: I took the PSD down, for now ;o
about 1 year ago
That map is insane, as is your generosity. I think I'll take these. Thanks!
You’re making us all look bad.
Waiting for the first comment about making it flat.
You share a .psd? I better download the .zip before you decide to be not so generous tomorrow :P
Wow these look great!
Ooooh, this should fit pretty well with your Prime 2 set. Awesome!
very nice, will take a look at the psd :)
Very nice work! Thanks for sharing Prekesh.
What's your process like for scaling them down to @1x? (Making sure everything still looks sharp.)
@Hamish Macpherson I work at @1x first and then scale up, since I don't have a retina display yet. I've gotten used to making things knowing that "oh this will have to be this thick at @2x" or "this texture needs to be optimised so it doesn't look blurry" etc.
@Liam McKay I'm making more :) These are much easier to make scaleable etc so I can share the PSDs.
Really thinking outside the box, I love em.
Amazing work mate!
These are so Prekeshy
@Prekesh Chavda Ah, that makes sense. Keep up the good work, mate!
Really nice work! Thanks man!
Three things: Teach me. Send them to Victoria, you know why. Make an icon about Amar's life!
Really, really, really love how smooth these look. The attention to detail is absolutely great (like the subtle 1px indents and shadows).
Love these, Prekesh!
Layer Styles = Cleared.
@Alex actually looks horrible LMFAO
what do you mean .psd? why no .sketch? :p
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