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Sure, it is still unfinished that's why I haven't submitted yet. I use a vector graphics format (.xstage) that corresponds to Toom Boom Harmony, it does not have SVG export option, but I can export to .PSD then .AI, the only thing is that you won't be able to edit vectors (this will only be avaible using .xstage format on TBH).

Despite the fact that there cannot be an edition of the vectors, is it still possible to enter the icon to the competition as long I format it to .AI?
Other avaible formats could be .EXR or .SGI but I know that is not what you need.

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Sure, it is still unfinished that's why I haven't submitted yet. I use a vector graphics format (.xstage) that corresponds to Toom Boom Harmony, it does not have SVG export option, but I can export to .PSD then .AI, the only thing is that you won't be able to edit vectors (this will only be avaible using .xstage format on TBH).

Despite the fact that there cannot be an edition of the vectors, is it still possible to enter the icon to the competition as long I format it to .AI?
Other avaible formats could be .EXR or .SGI but I know that is not what you need.

Regards!
PS. Send feedback or Fury's role ideas

Sorry I have no clue what format it has to be in, another mod / admin edited that in.
But if your icon wins we can always deal with that later (in the case we can't use your format)
 

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Sorry I have no clue what format it has to be in, another mod / admin edited that in.
But if your icon wins we can always deal with that later (in the case we can't use your format)

Can it be in .PSD format? The project I made was in .PSD.
Also, I have already the .ico that changes according to its size, like that:
1616709526658.png

In the competition, can I post more than one option?
I have multiple options (including more than one version of same icon), but I really have no idea what would people like more.
 

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Can it be in .PSD format? The project I made was in .PSD.
Also, I have already the .ico that changes according to its size, like that:
View attachment 56844

In the competition, can I post more than one option?
I have multiple options (including more than one version of same icon), but I really have no idea what would people like more.
yeah on the other thread, you can submit multiple just as requested, submit different logos within new threads via here: POSTIE YOUR ICONIE
 

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Can it be in .PSD format? The project I made was in .PSD.

Agreed, if OTland staff wish to convert to .AI just exporting the file to Photoshop EPS will be enough.
I'll do my submit with .psd file aswell 🥳

Edit: I regret, .AI format is necessary to export the pixels properly :(
 
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Someone knows how to properly export the .ico file? I did it by using .ICO extension for photoshop but it looks awfull, it does not read the pixels well. Tried with this website X-Icon Editor (http://www.xiconeditor.com/) and the icon looks amazing, but the problem is, that I can only export with 64x64 size here, where can I get a good 256x256 exporter?

Here is the example, image A (from xiconeditor) is much more smooth on tiny sizes than B (with .ico codec from photoshop).

example.png

Edit:
Just saw this How to save small png files (icons) with minimal pixelation? (https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/68615/how-to-save-small-png-files-icons-with-minimal-pixelation)
I'll do the try with Illustrator and see what happens.

Last edit:
At the end I choose to export .ico from icofx - The Professional Icon Editor (https://icofx.ro/) was by far the best 👍
 
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Someone knows how to properly export the .ico file? I did it by using .ICO extension for photoshop but it looks awfull, it does not read the pixels well. Tried with this website X-Icon Editor (http://www.xiconeditor.com/) and the icon looks amazing, but the problem is, that I can only export with 64x64 size here, where can I get a good 256x256 exporter?

Here is the example, image A (from xiconeditor) is much more smooth on tiny sizes than B (with .ico codec from photoshop).

View attachment 56869

Edit:
Just saw this How to save small png files (icons) with minimal pixelation? (https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/68615/how-to-save-small-png-files-icons-with-minimal-pixelation)
I'll do the try with Illustrator and see what happens.

Try Convertio (click here).
 

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Someone knows how to properly export the .ico file? I did it by using .ICO extension for photoshop but it looks awfull, it does not read the pixels well. Tried with this website X-Icon Editor (http://www.xiconeditor.com/) and the icon looks amazing, but the problem is, that I can only export with 64x64 size here, where can I get a good 256x256 exporter?

Here is the example, image A (from xiconeditor) is much more smooth on tiny sizes than B (with .ico codec from photoshop).

View attachment 56869

Edit:
Just saw this How to save small png files (icons) with minimal pixelation? (https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/68615/how-to-save-small-png-files-icons-with-minimal-pixelation)
I'll do the try with Illustrator and see what happens.

Looks good Felipe! Definitely one of the best entries.
 
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