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Sketched up - free iconset by twinware Sketched up - free iconset by twinware

Sketch'd up!

Brand new sketchy web iconset for you!

100% Vectors!!


(Click Download for the Illustrator CS2 .eps file)

Feel free to use it for both private and commercial issues!
Would be great if you post a comment and consider a :+fav: if you like and download it.

If you use the icons for your projects I would appreciate it, if you'd give me a clue where to find the jobs, so that I can take a look at it! :)

Stay Sketch'd up!
Oliver

P.S.: Need more or other icons within that set?
Just post me a note and I'll update the set.. :)
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:iconedurnelago:
Edurnelago Jun 20, 2011   Interface Designer
Thanks for that iconset! :)
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:icontwinware:
You're welcome! :D
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:iconguirigales:
Fantastic set there. Any chance of adding a Coda icon like the Adobe ones?

Cheers!
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:icontwinware:
Sorry, but I am no longer working on this set. But if you create one yourself I might add it to the set, if you like. :)
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:iconirrer:
Great! 10x for this... (bow)
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:iconnewkreation:
This has probably been asked hundreds of times. What is the best way to convert these to PNG or ICO format? IrfanView does not preserve the transparency. GIMP and Inkscape will not open the file. Thanks!
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:icontwinware:
That's a good question. I am using Iconbuilder - a plugin for adobe photoshop from the guys from www.iconfactory.com

It works pretty good and converts your Image to several icon formats including .ico

And just for you I've got a little present: Here is the Illustrator file converted to .svg so that you can open it in Inkscape! :) [link]

Best wishes, Oliver
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:iconnewkreation:
The SVG file works great! Thank you so much. It will be a looooonnnnggg time before I am willing to plunk down hundreds of dollars for adobe photoshop. Although, I wonder if the less expensive Elements version will open EPS files correctly.
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:icontwinware:
I don't think so. Because the .eps is an Illustrator-File. It's vector-based. Photoshop can only rasterize such files into pixel-based files..

But as long as you are fine with the .svg I am happy! :)
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