I just started this new set of icons some days ago, for now we are at 121 icons, I think that will release this package now up to 300 and gradually expand it.
Really nice! I think the outer circle could be a fraction thinner so as not to overpower lighter icons eg the paperclip and thunderbolt
Alessio, what icons do you think really work? Which ones are giving you trouble? Also, would love to see more of your process- do you sketch?
@bryanz The icons that give me a lot of problems are those with many curves, it is difficult to get a very clean when the icons have a size very small.
In this set, I have not drawn anything, they are technically very simple icons, which can be done with very basic geometric elements (squares, rectangles, circles, triangles).
These icons are used especially for those who like a clean and elegant design (reflects my personal style).
The process of these icons as repeat is very simple, I rely to basic geometric elements, and in case of necessity, move the points to have an effect sharp and clean.
In the case of elements with high curves, as well as use the setting circles, I put a lot of patience with them and move anchor points, again to get a clean and satisfactory result.
Awesome work so far. Very clean and consistent. So, are these aimed at the web (I ask because of the size)?
@Templarian No, they are not aimed only at the web, but I can also have multiple applications.
I will release the set with different formats, so the user can have the freedom to change the icons to suit your needs.
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