New Icon Collection: Firestorm Iconset
Most of you will agree that a nicely designed icon is always welcome. Member Lechux has updated his great icon collection thread, this new version is called firestorm, they have been inspired by Valkyrie’s Firestorm ROMs. The set has a great number of different icons to choose from, I for one would sure want to try all of them!
Originally posted by Lechux
I would like to present You a new series of icons for Your windows mobile devices They are dedicated for agent_47’s Valkyrie Firestorm ROMs.
For now there are 14 folders icons (4 styles) and 117 standard icons (2 styles). Stock folders icons are taken from deviantart, normal icon is made from scratch.
Since I’m using custom ROM I don’t have same shortcuts as other ROMs so just let me know what files are missing and leave your request for any icon you want! I will try to fill every request.
Please also leave some feedback guys Over 3000 downloads (in about 2 months) of one of the packs and only 140 replies.
Continue on to the icon thread for more information.
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