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Hi Ivan, Mike, all,

Thank you for your positive comments! Thank you too for the great feedback with good suggestions.

It's harder to make this little sharper details to small icons because they are already sharp and it's easy to overdo... So I made a new version for the 256px's icons and added some few details to the 128px's version. Here is a image with the Christoph 128px's icons, my 128px's version and below the new 256px icons, all together to compare the changes (it's hard to see them alone).

On 24-01-2011 06:41, Ivan M. wrote:
[...] Some feedback from me:
I agree with Mike that the Base icon looks a little out of place
because it appears very shiny and IMHO our icons should not really go
for the shiny look but rather for depth (which you did extremely well
with the Impress icon).
Thank you! I realized what you said about how the Base icon is out of place, so I tried decrease the white border and the gradient. I think now it is almost fine! :) I wanna know your opinions about it. Maybe need to decrease it more.

Also, now that the graphics inside the document have so much depth and
'special effects', the outlines look very flat by comparison. This is
where maybe a small inner shadow might help to add some depth.
Well, I tried some inner shadows, but I didn't achieve a great solution... :( Maybe I didn't got your idea very well.

I'll post this request on the website list.
Oh Thank you! I didn't know who to ask.

Thank you, Paulo and well done - keep it up :)
Thank YOU for the incentive! :D

Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science Student
Federal University of São João del-Rei
WebDesigner / Linked Empresa Júnior
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