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New ioquake3 Icon Set

Posted on June 11th, 2008 by Blaenk Denum

Jay Weisskopf from the Mailing List just showed us some of his latest work. A beautiful set of ioquake3 Icons. We might even use them! He also submitted an icon of this image which we should definitely use as the website favicon.  Check them out, nice job Jay!

IOQuake3 Icon Set



9 Responses to “New ioquake3 Icon Set”

  1. rhY Says:

    Hell yes. favicon for the win.

  2. Jay Says:

    A more updated version of this icon was submitted to the mailing list. It can be found here: http://lists.ioquake.org/pipermail/ioquake3-ioquake.org/2008-June/002948.html

  3. MordEth Says:

    Any chance of getting this with a 512×512 resource for Mac OS 10.5.x? I definitely like the icon.

  4. Blaenk Denum Says:

    Sure, you can contact the author at jays@gmail.com (Click the three dots).

  5. anonymous Says:

    I would like a 128×128 px version with transparency to use on rocketdock. but I cant’ get it without the checkerboard transparency effect already in the rasterised image.

  6. Jay Says:

    If you click the link I posted in the second comment, there are three attachments. One of them is titled “quake3logo.xcf”. If you download it (and rename it? … it looks like the extension changed) and open it with the GIMP, all of the original layers and stuff are there. That should be sufficient for getting the sizes and backgrounds you want.

  7. Jay Weisskopf’s ioquake3 icons at carboxymoron.com Says:

    […] who visits here with the remotest regularity will fully comprehend this next sentence, but I took Jay Weisskopf’s ioquake3 icons, packed them into a Mac icon resource file, and ran it through the very nifty icns2icon so you […]

  8. me Says:

    when will they add it to ioquake

  9. Justin Koh Says:

    I made this into a Mac .icns file for my own use (with 256×256 and smaller versions as I don’t ever have icons go as big as 512). To use it go to the ioquake3.app, right-click and choose “Show Package Contents”, then navigate to \Contents\Resources and replace the ioquake3.icns file there with this file http://carboxymoron.com/stuff/ioquake3.icns

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