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Here is me today..LS dslk-analogclock from Cydia and "lock-padlock" made by me for the JellyLock. Lovely!
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    Here is me today..LS dslk-analogclock from Cydia and "lock-padlock" made by me for the JellyLock.
    Lovely!

    Last edited by macinmac; 04-18-2013 at 06:35 AM.

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    Nice, Vale.
    I'd recommend making the outline of the lock thicker so as to match the circle.
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    This dude people is nothing but negative. "ALFROGGY"

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    Quote Originally Posted by macinmac View Post
    Here is me today..LS dslk-analogclock from Cydia and "lock-padlock" made by me for the JellyLock.
    Lovely!
    Looks sweet!! Ya'll should definitely keep an eye on Vale's (macinmac) posts over the next few weeks. The last several icons here and on other threads have been top notch, and I've got a feeling it's about get even better. I can definitely see you're passion, and eagerness to learn new design techniques. I'm more than happy to help people like yourself, so if ever you got any questions, just let me know.

    I've been a bit quite on here the last few days, but there's a few things in the works. I'll post some screens of the new Auxo skin later. I've got a few options, but I need some feedback on what looks the most "tapable" Also in the works is a little surprise. I've got daddykool, and nateD going to help me with the later stages of this one. Thanks also to Vale for some ideas and brainstorming

    Vale has some nice stuff in the works, with some really sweet concepts. I'm trying to offer some assistance, but I'm not the best at explaining things, so I just put psds in the shared DB, and let the layers try and explain Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfroggy View Post
    Nice, Vale.
    I'd recommend making the outline of the lock thicker so as to match the circle.
    I used the same tool/techinique vector size,stroke and fill in those shapes...I really don't know what made the difference between them..anyway time will heal my gaps.
    Sk37cH, your are very kind and thank you for your patience.

    Thank you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macinmac View Post
    I used the same tool/techinique vector size,stroke and fill in those shapes...I really don't know what made the difference between them..anyway time will heal my gaps.
    Sk37cH, your are very kind and thank you for your patience.

    Thank you all.
    No problems at all Like I've said, I learn something from everyone's work, and yours included. I think I know where the slight discrepancy in stroke came from. When you're resizing the shapes maybe there's a raster layer (flattened and indicated by the paintbrush thumbnail beside the layer), or a smart object layer. When you resize either of these types of layers, the styles are scaled. There's no styles essentially in a flat image, but if a stroke takes up 2px and you halve the size of the image, that area it takes up is now approximately 1px, and I bet Alfroggy could round it out to the nearest 0.01px It is worth noting, that everything vector within a smart object, remains that way when you re-size it, so there's no raster quality loss. They also update across the document, so if you make a copy of a smart object, and edit the original, then all the copies of it will update when you save the PSB. They're almost too smart, so make sure you lock any smart objects you don't want to modify lol. Chuck the psd in DB if you don't mind me taking a look. Thank you.

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    I did something wrong, my bad. I made 2 draws and then put them together in PS, and the padlock was placed over the bigger circle and changed the whole image...but now I will do all the work in AI without the need of the PS and I think that the line will not change anymore.
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macinmac View Post
    I did something wrong, my bad. I made 2 draws and then put them together in PS, and the padlock was placed over the bigger circle and changed the whole image...but now I will do all the work in AI without the need of the PS and I think that the line will not change anymore.
    Cheers.
    You can still combine the 2 methods if you prefer. Here's an example:

    1.) Draw the shapes in AI, as it offers a little more freedom with paths.

    2.) Target the layers you want to use by holding shift, and selecting the circle to the right of the layers.

    2.) Using the direct select tool (black pointer), make sure the desired layers are selected, and command+C (copy).

    3.) Open the document you're going to be using in photoshop. Then use the paste command, and a dialogue box will appear asking how you want to import the shapes. I choose "Shaped Layer". This will paste all the vector shapes into one new layer, which you will see in my PSDs as "original shape".

    3.) Make a copy of that layer by dragging it onto the "new layer" thumbnail at the bottom of the "layers" window. Using the direct select tool (black arrow) you can select the vector paths you don't need and delete them. Then apply the styles to those layers.

    So the cloud in my weather images is imported as one shaped layer, that has all the paths for the bevels, cloud and raindrops all together. This ensures every shape is aligned with its bevel. I hope I didn't confuse the matter more

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    Default 4 Auxo[v2 Cream]
    Here's the first beta of the cream Auxo toggles I've been working on. theres some alt toggles in the pack, because I'm not sure about the respring, and settings buttons. Thank you to everyone that provided feedback.


    For the moment, only the small toggles are themed, so you'll have to enable them from Auxo settings for now. Large toggles to come soon. There's also the switcher images located in "Bundles/com.apple.springboard", just in case you wanted the effect in my screens, but feel free to delete that folder if you don't need them.

    !!Instructions!!
    -Requres Auxo [Paid cydia tweak]
    -Download "4 Auxo[v2].zip" from HERE, and unzip to var/stash/Themes/
    -Apply "4 Auxo[v2]" in winterboard and re-spring

    Thank you for any feedback you can offer. Enjoy

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    They look amazing!

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    They're really great !
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    Hello Just a quick update. I'm stuck on the iPod skin, but hopefully I can sort the issues out and move on to more UI elements. I'm going to push an update to both the icons and the UI hopefully early next week. I've updated the ISX images for the status bar; Implemented the new weather images into weathericon; Added several more UI elements, and fine tuned some existing buttons; NCSettings toggles.

    I've also started on the large toggles for the cream Auxo skin, and started on an iWidget mod from one of the Drifters widgets. I'll post screens when I get the options implemented. Enjoy your weekend. Thank you.

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    I Can't what to see the ui for this on my phone !! Been keeping my eye on this and m! For a while ... Love your work !! Your very skilled .. Keep up the good work!! And thanx alot .. Oh and if u need sum1 to test it out for the i4s or need any kind of help, I would be glad to do so

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    Hmm, NCSettings ! Nice news thanks Luke.
    Originally Posted by vXBaKeRXv
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    I still have the "orange" icon to make and I should be complete now. I just did the 500px icon (infinity one) and I kinda like it; inside glyph I put 2 symbol letters that means pixel.
    Suggestions? Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by macinmac View Post
    I still have the "orange" icon to make and I should be complete now. I just did the 500px icon (infinity one) and I kinda like it; inside glyph I put 2 symbol letters that means pixel.
    Suggestions? Thanks.

    I like it mate Nice and effective, yet simple I really like the floating shadows...nice touch. I've just noticed that my flipboard glyph needs to be dropped a couple of pixels on the canvas, so I'll fix it for the next update. Sorry I missed your messages. I've no idea what I was doing yesterday, it was sooo busy Nice work all round. Thanks vale

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    Quote Originally Posted by macinmac View Post
    I still have the "orange" icon to make and I should be complete now. I just did the 500px icon (infinity one) and I kinda like it; inside glyph I put 2 symbol letters that means pixel.
    Suggestions? Thanks.

    Mind sharing dock pal? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by zplit View Post
    Mind sharing dock pal? TIA
    StrokeDock by Sino on genso.tumblr.com
    Originally Posted by vXBaKeRXv
    This dude people is nothing but negative. "ALFROGGY"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfroggy View Post
    Thanks pal

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    Here's a simple BiteSMS theme I've been working on for a while. I wasn't quite happy with a couple of the things, so I played around and tried to simplify things a little. Hence I've not touched much on the app side of things, and I'm mainly piggybacking off the active theme. I found that adding nav bars looks ugly in the contact section of the messages app. There's no app version as yet, but I'll add it to the theme info, accessible from the Bite settings menu. Thank you.

    4 Biting Beta[0.1]
    1.) Download 4 Biting.zip
    2.) Unzip to "var/mobile/Library/biteThemes/"
    3.) Select the theme from the settings menu of the biteSMS app. Then "Apply theme".



    @macinmac: Is this the correct info used to theme kik?. Thank you

    Bundle ID: com.kik.chat
    Icoon: [email protected]

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    That's correct.

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