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GTX Pure, New Icon Set
XDAmember xILukasIx has updated this nice set of icons on all the style of GTX and GT7 UI´s. More than 470 finished icons can be found in this update.
The developer bases these design sets on Windows Phone 7, using text only and are presented in many colours such as black, gray, and blue.
Step in and have a look, perhaps you will end loving them.
Originally posted by xILukasIx
[ICONS] – GTX PURE Icon Set – [613 Icons] [30th July] – GT7 Icon Set available!
Hey guys and girls!
UPDATE 5: Added the 4 requested icons. Link => See UPDATE 4. 613 icons total.
UPDATE 4: Some missing stock icons added, requested icons too! 609 icons total. Get the Update pack HERE. (That’s the update for all 4 sets.)
UDATE 3: UPDATED ICON PACK, now with subfolders! 600 Icons total.
UPDATE 2: GT7 Icon Set added!
UPDATE 1: Inverted and Light version now available!
I wanted to have REALLY minimalistic icons to match the GTX-style and I though, why not just make the icons to be text on a background?
So, after some hours of typing and exporting layers, I finally finished my first icon pack!
You can find more information in the icon sets thread.
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