Renowned Android developer offering Icon Design Starter Pack for $25

Renowned Android developer offering Icon Design Starter Pack for $25

Ever wanted to get into the icon design game, but never knew how to start off? Well here is a deal for you! Popular designer Samantha Conner is offering 1,849 icon bases that are ready to be edited, packaged and sold – all for for a one-time $25. This bundle includes both PNG and vector images of icon bases.

All you have to do to get this ultimate starter set form Samantha Conner is email her at [email protected] expressing your interest! From there, she will reply with payment info and send you a zip file containing the icons after your payment clears.  

This is a great deal on a bunch of bases that people normally do not give out. They are great bases and will enable you to start making great icons all on your own. The bases are yours to do as you please with them, excluding redistributing them of course. A great starting point in order to get you into design and off into making your own 100% original designs!

Her works include Noci and Ivory.

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