Icon Set - Tools of the Trade

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Tools of the Trade Icons

Tools of the Trade
  • Published on February 14th 2010 by .
  • Released under the Release to Public Domain license.
4 out of 5 stars. (1 review) Log-in to add your review.

You can now see the welders hose and handle for thoses that have downloaded it before 2/14/2010.
added a desk 11/29/12.

Tags: Windows XP


by Biker

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Recent reviews and comments

user icon Vlasta site administrator on February 15th 2010

Nice looking icons. BTW, it is possible to easily improve the quality of the large 256x256 images by increasing the image source size. When setting up the .r3i file, there is a Image Properties panel by the left side of the window - if you increase the image size to 1000x1000 or more, the large icons will be much smoother.

user icon Biker registered user on February 27th 2010

Thanks for the tip. I tried it and my computer does not have enough memory to handel that setting. I have lots of space, but no memory. Kinda like me. LOL. ;@)

user icon cdl contributing user on March 24th 2013

4 out of 5 stars.

3 years later and I hope you have a better computer now.
The tip Vlasta mentioned is true and would greatly improve the quality of your icons.

Novel idea tool of the trade.. implying that icons are like anything you would make with physical tools.

Nice set.

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user icon Anonymous