Icon Set - Green Chrome

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Green Chrome Icons

Green Chrome
  • Published on June 4th 2015 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
4.1 out of 5 stars. (5 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

A set of green icons with a chrome frame that I designed for someone that needed some custom icons. Not terribly creative, the metallic frame has come to be a frequent feature of mine and is relatively easy to create, so I didn't put a whole ton of effort into these. However, they are quite uniform in design and the mostly generic images should hopefully fit a variety of uses. All are raster images created using RealWorld Icon Editor. The star was the trickiest one to create; I'm not 100% certain that it's entirely correct per angles, etc. (I wanted it to be a perfect star), but you can't tell without looking closely if it is exact or not. I may add more at later dates.


Tags: ■ Green

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by JDDellGuy

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon J registered user on June 4th 2015

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Nice.
did you use conical gradient fill for this?
Cause it's looking different from the one in your tutorial.

user icon Anonymous on June 4th 2015

Nice ;-)

Gh

user icon The Male Boss registered user on June 7th 2015

4.5 out of 5 stars.

good designs.
these would look better in other colours but good.
i will give 4.5 stars

user icon JDDellGuy contributing user on June 10th 2015

Hi J, thanks for the review.

The metallic frame is pretty much the same as in the tutorial with the exception that it is a square instead of a circle.

The green background is just a simple plain green background.

The shine is two separate layers. One is a vertical linear gradient from a mostly transparent white to completely transparent. The other is a diagonal linear gradient circle with the same. The circle is very large so that the rounded shine fits within the square about a quarter of the circle. It is an improvement over the shine method described within the tutorial, offering a more artistic look.

The inner shape that is the custom part of each icon is a vertical linear gradient going from black to white. The endpoints of the gradient were placed at the points where the frame has its point on the edges (middle of the frame edges).

user icon Ludwig registered user on June 10th 2015

3 out of 5 stars.

I dont like the green color very much. And with the shadows, the edges between symbol and green color are very fuzzy. But it looks quite good in high definition.

user icon Shantorian registered user on June 19th 2015

4 out of 5 stars.

I like it
I will give 4 stars
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user icon VrCat registered user on November 20th 2017

4.5 out of 5 stars.

Its nice but can you add more, It seems like you don't have a lot! :-)

user icon Anonymous