It's another version of the PSP. The previous set was iconic, with no markers on the buttons, a flat color fill, and thick outlines to accentuate the recognizable shape. This one, on the other hand, is highly realistic. Basically, I wanted to get it close enough to the real thing to where Sony would consider suing me for trade dress infringement (but not quite close enough to where they'd actually sue me - the Sony and PS family logo have been omitted).
The SVG was created from scratch in Inkscape, with no images imported for tracing or any other purpose. I did have my own PSP by my side to reference.
The SVG is licensed under a Creative Commons license as stated above. Click the Download button on the side to get the editable SVG file. You should be able to edit the file in any editor that supports SVG files, but this designer recommends Inkscape.
Enjoy! I put a lot of work into this one, so if you like it, or if you use it in a work of your own, I'd love a comment.
I'm sure we've all had times where we felt just...down. You might have seeped into the top rows a little....maybe a lot. Maybe you went down quite a bit, but found your way back up again. If you hit the very bottom, then, what the heck are you doing, looking at this?
Remember the WIP I posted earlier? [link][link] Well, This is what I was making
I wanted to try and see if I am able to do this in Paint.NET after watching Transformers the movie. [link]
One day I was checking out BMW's site and saw their X6 [link] , and was joking with a friend who loves BMW that I can make the X6 into a Robot. That's how this started.... 1 Month's time ...So now it's finally done.