Icon Set - Buildings

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Buildings Icons

Buildings
  • Published on May 29th 2007 by ccovert.
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
2.8 out of 5 stars. (3 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

Icons of buildings. Designed for a treeview control that needed to display groups of objects at Site/Building/Room levels.


Tags: ■ Blue

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by ccovert

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon Vlasta site administrator on May 29th 2007

Very nice set. One advice, that can make the icons a tiny bit better: The shadow effect separates an icon from background and it can also be used to separate the objects inside one icon (this technique is mentioned in the article about shadows in the Internal Shadow section). If you for example take the District.ico and leave the buildings as 3 separate .u3d files, then duplicate the snapshot in your .r3i file and and put each building in its own snapshot with same light and camera settings and the use the "Create Layered Icon" button instead of the normal one, RWIE will create the internal shadows for you.

user icon Anonymous on December 16th 2009

Thanks for the icons, simple and beautifull...

user icon Anonymous on October 7th 2010

;-) :-)

user icon Anonymous