Axialis IconWorkshop 6.80 Free
With Axialis IconWorkshop make your own icons for Windows, MacOS and Unix.Create Windows icons up to 256×256 for Windows Vista/7 and Macintosh icons up to 1024×1024 for OSX Lion 10.7. Unix/Linux uses PNG icons. IconWorkshop creates PNG images with alpha channel in a few clicks including from existing Windows and Mac icons.
The new generation of icons uses variable transparency (alpha channel). This alpha transparency permits creating beautiful icons with smooth borders and shadows.IconWorkshop, which fully support alpha transparency, is the professional tool that you need to create such icons.
Axialis IconWorkshop has been designed with one goal in mind: “Icon Quality”. Thepowerful icons editor permits creating the various image formats of an icon from an original drawing without quality loss.
Top 5 reasons for use Axialis IconWorkshop:
One professional tool for all your needs
IconWorkshop™ is a professional tool designed to Create, Extract, Convert, Manage and Redistribute Icons. You create professional looking icons. You work like a pro, you’re seen as a pro.
Create icons for Windows, MacOS, Unix, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone
IconWorkshop is the first icon editor to create icons for all devices and all operating systems: Windows up to 256×256 for Windows Vista/7; Macintosh® OS up to 1024×1024 for Lion; Unix; iPhone OS; Android; Windows Phone…
Be productive instantly
No complicated settings, no more pixel-by-pixel icon making. All has been designed to let you be productive and get professional results in minutes (using image objects for instance).
Access to private images objects
Some image object packs are available to registered customers only. By purchasing you get a lifetime access to these packs.
Compatible with graphic industry standards
You can convert icons between Macintosh and Windows formats in a click, create icons from PNG images with transparency, use Photoshop and Illustrator transfer plug-ins, Photoshop templates and etc.
Note: Free 30-Day Fully Functional Trial Version.