On Fri, 2007-09-21 at 02:18 +0200, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote: > That icon got the same threat from system-shutdown. Done with svn > version of Inkscape > and png version with Gimp 2.2 set at 300 dpi resolution. > > http://luya.fedorapeople.org/images/echo/actions/ > > Luya Luya, change the opacity of the shadow to be less intensive. Second thing I noticed is badly positioned the picture in the button (the circle with line at the top) IMHO, it should be in the center of the blue area. Other than that the 48x48 icon seems quite fine. The 16x16 is looking good for me, for 22x22 and 24x24 you should use flat perspective (just use the 16x16, add gradients if you do not have them in the 16x16 one, and add shadow). One issue I notice for all your icons you've create so far is the shadow that is too much upwards. It might be because you rendered it in gimp - I noticed nautilus and gimp and others position the areas with applied blur differently then inkscape. If you'd like better quality, I'd rather export it in inkscape with 300 dpi (or whatever you think is the best) and the resize/finish it in gimp :) Otherwise, I like this one most of all, could you do a similarly fashioned system-shutdown? I also noticed that the suspend option disappeared from gnome menu (it is now in the shutdown dialog), dunno how in KDE, but it seems to me that this icon might not have a use after all... Thanks, Martin PS: btw. what's the improvements in the svn version of ikscape?
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