If you can’t afford, download or stand Illustrator, try Icons8 Web App. It allows you to:
That’s easy. No tutorial needed. 🙂
We deliver the black (indeed, dark gray) icons, but lots of you need them in a different color:
Let’s take a quick look at recoloring icons in Adobe Illustrator in just a few steps.
Note for advanced users: if you know basics of Illustrator, you could brag to everyone about your mad skills, or you could just skip to Step 5.
Simply go to the Adobe website and download it. There is a 14-day free trial, which serves our needs.
If you want to change the color of the icons after 14 days, you could either:
By this point, you should have some vector icons to work with. Well, we sell the vector icons for a fee. Occasionally, we distribute some vectors free and give away the link on our twitter. Follow us.
If you just want to get right to work, download this sample with few icons about love. Yes, we love our readers:
Now that you have a vector file (usually with an AI or EPS extension), you could open it with File -> Open… dialog. Now you should have a window like this:
It could take a while to find the icon you need. Use the scrollbars.
Finally, zoom in on the icon you need, press Cmd+ ( Ctrl++ in Windows) few times to enlarge it:
Now when you have the icon you like on screen, select it. Make sure you have the select tool chosen. It’s in the top left corner:
Now drag the cursor around the icon and release the cursor.
Make sure every part of the icon is selected.
Go to Edit -> Edit colors -> Color the illustration. Here is my Illustrator screen (sorry, it’s in Spanish because I’m learning Spanish):
In the dialog double click where indicated:
Now you can choose any color. I picked red. Don’t analyze me 🙂
All done. Click OK on all dialogs and enjoy your red icon:
Don’t let all your hard work go to waste. To save:
If you need a different size, scale the icon before saving.
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