I think a very dark version of the color on "the inside" of the outline works well. This is used in Tango, andOutlines:
The black outlines help a lot.
A) It will take longer for us to complete the entire set, and B) icons are more likely to look different when done by different people. Especially later, when third party application vendors want to do icons with that style. With a simpler design, I see less of a problem there.This is very important. We must remember that the icons must be easy to do, so that different people
Agreed. I can't figure out how people see BeOS in Honey though. I've always thought that BeOS hadThe BeOSish Sets
These sets have a number of positive points. They can be made to: 1) use very little storage space, 2) render fast, 3) look clear, with a good silhouette.
Plus Haiku can benefit from the association with BeOS. Any icon set done for another OS that looks like BeOS will always "look like BeOS". It's a somewhat unique association. IMHO, a BeOSish look will at this point in time, where so many different icon themes have been made, be more unique than any other style which we could try. And for most people, BeOS is a positive association.