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  1. Hey guys, because the comunity in the Facebook Group helped me a lot i decided to give you some resources i've created. This pack contains: - 3 custom ribbons - twitter, facebook and youtube title picture templates - 1 grass brush - 5 Smoke Brushes - an awesome color palette for flat ui design You can use it private and commercial, more informations and credits are as a pages and docx file in the pack. Sorry for my bad englisch im just a student from germany cheers and have a nice day Affinity Designer Pack.zip
  2. Mithferion

    Oxygen Icons Pack

    Hi, there! Hope you guys are doing great. Well, long time ago I became a fan of the Oxygen Icon Pack, made for the KDE 4.0 Desktop. Sadly, it's no longer in use by the KDE Team, but its style is still one of my favorites. Now, according to this: Anyone may, and is encouraged to, use Oxygen Icons in their applications, websites and physical artwork. Modification is also allowed. The only restriction is that you can not restrict what others then do with the artwork. The icons are under the GNU Lesser General Public License You can use them as long as you give credit and point to the KDE Website. Also, if icons have been modified, you should also provide a link so that they can be downloaded, making it clear they are under the LGPLv3. So, what I did was to open all the Icons and saved them in AFDESIGN format (the icons were downloaded originally in SVG and SVGZ formats, Inkscape helped a lot), and I uploaded them here. (I also plan on including the SVG file exported from Designer, but I had trouble with some of the icons that's why I keep them in AFDESIGN). Hope you like the pack if you didn't knew it. Best regards! P. S. 1: If anyone is aware of any restriction that may apply, please let me know. P. S. 2: Some missing fonts: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Oxygen https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/bitstream-vera-sans https://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/luxi-sans
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