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Torrent Folder - Leopard
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Published: November 4, 2007
Here's a folder for torrents.

(I use this icon for an Automator droplet that moves my torrents to a specified folder and opens them in my torrent client)

I have included the PNGs for each size in addition to the ICNS and RSRC files for greater versatiliy.
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Anonymonkey's avatar
Anonymonkey|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Awesome! Now I can differentiate from my Transmission and regular folders on the fly!
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ZaxZero|Student Digital Artist
Excellent!
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PeterHsieh's avatar
Nice work!!~ I love it... Now it get to sit on my Home folder :D

THanks!! ^-^
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FJinSF's avatar
I like. Thanks!
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WhirlwindZOR's avatar
I had been looking for something like this for a while. Thanks, it's awesome.
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wvheeswijk's avatar
do yu think you could make a brown one (leopard like that is ;) )great job tho
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Wizzard35's avatar
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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177aharba's avatar
It is hi-rez. what you see (when you click to make it big) is actual size.
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yashrg|Student Filmographer
is it high res? leopard supports 512x512 icons!
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newjackouille's avatar
Nice work ! :)
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Wizzard35's avatar
I do has no mac, I am on how to make your Windows not a source file or make a tutorial with photoshop filters that you have done to put an icon leopard
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177aharba's avatar
Thanks, everyone

I'm afraid I did this the hard way (no easy filters to use).
If you double-click an .icns file it will open in Preview. You can then save each size as a .png to edit in photoshop (check /System/Library/CoreServices and show the package contents of CoreTypes.bundle for generic .icns)
I tried my best to match the shadow image color/opacity by eye, then I added shadows & highlights (you could do this with "bevel & emboss" but I wanted to fine-tune it).
The shadow image itself has a gradient, just like the folder.
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Wizzard35's avatar
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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fef69's avatar
Could you tell us how have you done ? (A photoshop tutorial? :D)
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parry's avatar
I second the above comment, nice icon btw :D
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