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Aurora Folder Icons by webbot15 Aurora Folder Icons by webbot15
Sorry I haven't posted anything in a while, but I was kinda busy last holidays, and now I'm back at uni, so... -shrug-

Anyway, this is an iconSet based off the Leopard default wallpaper "Aurora".
They're actually transparent, so they can blend with any background. (Though they can become lost when placed over complex backgrounds)

Very shiny and glowy. Next icon set I make will be plain, I've decided.

-nod-

oh, download to use ^^;
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:icondarkowl85:
cool. thank you.
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:iconastrologic:
dowloading to use
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:iconwebbot15:
no probs! enjoy!
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:iconwill-it-work:
I like them but really don't think I would use them, you know? Just the icons are al complicated. On the other hand, I like the two-tone goodness, that's kinda cool!
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:iconwebbot15:
Yeaaaahhh.... these were WAY too glossy-McEye-candy-licious.
Next set of two-tones'll be out soon.
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:iconrandomus-r:
:noes: So shiny and glowy *stares in amazement*

I think I'ma go buy a Mac, just so I can have these :lol: If only I had money :( Darned Windows PC :shakefist:

*returns to staring at icons*
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:iconwebbot15:
If I can find how to make PC icons (as i didn't know there was a difference) I'll try to make them compatible for both!
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:iconrandomus-r:
I think a lot of people would be happy simply with transparent PNGs for docks and stuff, but you can always get a .ico (windows icon format) for Photoshop... [link]

I would love you unbelievable amounts if you made these for PC ;) :P
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:iconwebbot15:
Do they have to be a particular size? Cause these are at 128x128...
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:iconrandomus-r:
The biggest size used in ObjectDock and Vista is 256x256, but 128x128 would probably be big enough :)
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