Icon Set - Power

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Power Icons

Power
  • Published on July 5th 2008 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
4.4 out of 5 stars. (4 reviews) Log-in to add your review.

Different objects representing power and connections


Tags: Technology

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by Jeremy

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user icon Jeremy registered user on July 25th 2008

Lol always forget to login ... That was from me =P

user icon Jeremy registered user on July 25th 2008

Also if you were wondering, the reason the light bulb looks a bit weird is because of the transparency and shadow interacting

user icon MEGADETHFAN3000 registered user on July 29th 2008

5 out of 5 stars.

Ah, but how do you make transparency?

user icon Jeremy registered user on July 29th 2008

Transparency is controlled using the 4th variable of a colour (its red,green,blue,alpha - or something similar). Alpha is a number between 0 and 1, where 1 is opaque and 0 is completely transparent. To make something's transparancey to the alpha value go to component material (left side - as apposed to document structure or sliders) and its under 'Opacity' (down the bottom). Set that to 'constant alpha'

user icon MEGADETHFAN3000 registered user on July 29th 2008

5 out of 5 stars.

Ah ok, thanks. oh, i was about to forgot. Nice icon set!

user icon Shira registered user on August 4th 2008

Great icons!!!

user icon Anonymous on August 12th 2010

i love all there's icon's they so brill.And i do mean brill

user icon jojois74 registered user on September 7th 2011

4 out of 5 stars.

Nice, these look good. The holes in the Power-Point look messed up, but other than that, the colors are good, and the lighting is very good.

user icon cdl contributing user on January 4th 2013

4 out of 5 stars.

messed up holes?
maybe it depends on where you live and what types of plugs ..
seems your plugs fit fine..
nice work.. icon-image/3089-32x32x32.png image

user icon Nibbler registered user on December 8th 2016

4.5 out of 5 stars.

These look like plugs in a different country. But I live in the USA where plugs look like this:

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Otherwise, great job!

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user icon Anonymous