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Re: Fedora-art-list Digest, Vol 5, Issue 34

> Diana Fong wrote:
> > 
> > Yup, I think your modifications of these icons have made them better 
> > each time I see your updates.  I'd like to work with you to tweak it a 
> > bit to fit in with the set's color and whatnot.  I was thinking 
> > something like the attached EmoteB.png (with a darker blue face and a 
> > dark blue mouth instead of the harsh black).  I've also quickly
> > the color for a "classic yellow" one as Nicu suggested above.  No
> > preference...though if we do go with a yellow...I'd like to see a
> > yellow -> yellow orange coloring.
> So far the dominant colors in Echo are gray and blue, giving a somewhat 
> cold look to the theme.
> IMO the emotes are about human feelings so I find more appropriate some 
> warmer colors so the human seeing the emote would identify better with 
> the emote. Probably yellow orange would be fine, but a little more 
> orange than your emoteY.png.

How about making a seperate different color of these emotes set?

> > Also, what do you think about getting rid of the white areas of the
> > for the smaller 16x16 size?  I think by just using the darker part
> > make them more clear.
> Definitely, no white area for 16x16 and make the black area larger (make 
> the whole white area black)

Agreed. Because of the gradient, adding another white areas makes the
eye blurry.

> > Diana
> > ps. temporarily removed the nose cuz it doesn't show up on the smaller 
> > sizes...so thought i'd try it without the nose...hehe...what do you
> Right, the nose is an unneeded detail (it does not contribute in any way 
> to the specific emotion). Even at 48x48 was barely noticeable, so better 
> without it.

Nose was superficial so it can be removed.

Luya Tshimbalanga
Fedora Project Contributor

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