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* Multiple vector shapes to use.
* Shapes with different colors.
* Different types of polygons.

** This is my first tutorial on my Youtube channel.
I hope you like it and i welcome any comments or suggestions
I will keep making more tutorials because i know many other people out there also love creating icons.

I like to see the feedback and i like to help other people.

A few things before we begin:

The vectors are delivered as a.psd file and can be edited with any vector editor.

I’ve done it like that just to make a single file out of them, this is the main file that you will have to edit.

If you need another one, feel free to ask me. I will probably try to make one.

Some of the vectors i’ve made myself and some of them i’ve got from
(most likely) one of the many free icon packs out there.

As you can see, i’ve used the standard colours of all icons.
All icons have a transparent background in the.psd file, so it is up to you to put your design.

Create a new file in photoshop, as we will be using it for the tutorial.
Create a new document.

I’ve included a few options in the tutorial for those of you that are used to Photoshop.
If you have any questions about the options i’ve used, feel free to ask me.

I’ve made it very simple.

Create a new layer and put your icon on it.

Drag it into your document and place it in the middle.

Make a new layer above the icon and drag it into the document.

I’ve used the Pen tool to draw the lines that will be our shapes.

Start drawing.

Now you will want to use the guides in the document.

Don’t start drawing where the guide is located, select the guide and then draw.

This will be the first point where your icon will start to look like a vector shape.

It is important to remember that when you are using vector shapes, you will always want to use the middle point of the lines.

Go to Object > Path > Release.

I’ve added some fills and outlines to my icons.

Color is not important.

Next we will want to edit the background.

Go to Layer > New 30ed912023

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