Icons Set Simplified Black – With Template for Windows Mobile
Some of you may know the previous work from XDA member biernes_atrece. This time, he is presenting his graphic work in two collections of Simplified: Black and Glass. By now, the work still on development and it´s unfinished but you can find one hundred icons to play with. The developer also placed the template, so you can create your own icons and expand it to your desire.
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Originally posted by biernes_atrece
The set is INCOMPLETE (about a hundred icons). I do not wish to continue the development since I don’t feel the need for it.
But I still decided to release it in case any of you still want them.
For those who wants to play a little, I’ve included a template so you can create your own icons yourselves. (See tutorial below)
1. Open the template in Photoshop.
2. Select any icon you want and open it Photoshop. If you are one of those who are using my Simplified Upgraded set, much better if you use them.
3. Copy your icon & place it over the top of the template. Adjust the size & location of your icon so as to fit the designated area.
4. Save your artwork as png and you’re done!
E n j o y !
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