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Leopard GTD Icons v1 by fruitycube Leopard GTD Icons v1 by fruitycube
Here is a set of 4 icons for OS X Leopard which are perfectly suited for the GTD ethos. They each come in 4 different sizes (512,128,32 and 16) and come in a variety of filetypes (PNG, ICNS and PICT Resource file).

These icons can be used on personal and work computers, but cannot be sold unless heavily modified.

Please let me know how I can improve these, different symbols etc. ^_^
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ajohns39 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
I love this idea and want to use the icons. However, when I get info for them the icon appears as a generic png icon. Any suggestions?
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ajohns39 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
I love this idea and want to use them! However, when I get info for the icons, they show up in a generic png icon. Any suggestions?
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rockingdead Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010  Student Interface Designer
I always liked leopard folders and additional ones are even more welcome !
Thankyou for these folders. They are god-damn useful .You've put in real hardwork. :+fav:

You could create folders with hp, apple, MS office logo. There is another set of about 200 extra leopard icons in myssynen 's gallery on deviantart. There are not high-res and you could make those symbol folders in high resolution icons

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Aditya ( adityagarwalmail@gmail.com ) :)
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matthewlowery Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
really REALLY useful, thankyou!
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77pixels Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome job, many many thanks!
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smint75 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2007
wow! great icons!

it would be really fantastic, if you tell us, how you did these icons. actually a tutorial video is not necessary. a simple step by step description with a few screenshots would be enough for me =D
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Wizzard35 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2007
tutorial video please ?
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Kazaam-X Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
Great!! Thanks!!
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fruitycube Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2007
No problem! ^_^
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Wizzard35 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2007
I understand too how do with what you said could make a tutorial in image or video capture directed to folder an icon Leopard

Help me, and you can give a little of your time for us beginners
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fruitycube Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
I might produce a video tutorial in the future. At the moment I don't have the time or resources (microphone etc.) to make one.

All I can suggest right now is to play around with the layer effects I mentioned earlier.
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Ivan-Suta Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2007  Student Photographer
where did you get the original leopard folder in 512x512?
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fruitycube Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
1. Open finder and switch to "Cover Flow" mode
2. Browse around until you can see a normal folder showing in cover flow
3. Right click on the selected folder on the list below cover flow, and select "Get Info"
4. In the Get Info window, click on the small icon in the top left (it will glow blue) and press Command+C on your keyboard
5. Open Preview and press Command+N (You should see all the different icons for the blank folder.
6. Select the huge 512x512 one and go to "File" -> "Save as" in the menu bar, and save it as whatever you like.
7. You're done! ^_^

Hope that helps.
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Ivan-Suta Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007  Student Photographer
Wow great :D Thank you so much ;)
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fruitycube Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2007
Thank you! ^_^

The symbols were created as paths in Illustrator/any vector app and imported into Photoshop. I then used a variety of layer effects (Drop shadow, emboss, color overlay, etc) to achieve the shading and depressed look. It took ages to get it to look the same as the original Apple icons!
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Wizzard35 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
Pretty Work

I want done icons leopard but how you doing to include the symbol in the folder you use an effect in photoshop?

Please help me and answer me
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cdanella Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2007
They look great. How did you make the symbols?
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