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Rinoa Toolbars

Object Pack for Toolbar Icons

Available to users of the Professional EditionAvailable to users of the Home Edition


Usage: Creation of icons for application toolbars and menus.

Contents: 183 Objects - hi-res PNG with alpha channel

Author: Creative 9 Design Custom icon creation service available from the author.

License Type : Royalty-free, third-party pack user license (see Agreement)

Recommended Products:

Axialis IconWorkshop

File Size: 2.0 MB

Downloads: 30206

Pack reserved for registered customers - Trial pack available

This pack is reserved for registered customers. A valid product key is required to download the full version containing all the objects (183 objects). If you are not registered, you can download the Trial Pack which contains a limited number of objects (28 objects, including derived ones). Using this pack you'll be able to create a few sample icons. You need the Trial Version of Axialis IconWorkshop to use this pack.


Rinoa Object Pack is composed of 183 objects (read more about objects) which permit creating icons for toolbars in 32x32, 24x24 and 16x16 formats. Using drag & drop, you can create icons by associating basic objects and action overlays. The style is clean and professional which make them suitable for commercial applications.

Below is an example of an icon set which can be done in a few minutes using this pack:

61 objects are provided in 3 different sizes. The pack permits creating toolbars icons in 32x32, 24x24 and 16x16 as required in modern applications compatible with Windows Vista multi-DPI capabilities. The original drawings of the objects are larger and aligned on a 4-pixel boundary to produce perfect looking icons. When you add an object to an icon, the image is scaled down resulting in a crisp and sharp hi-quality icons as as shown below:

Object Size
Icon Size

License Agreement

All the object remains properties of Creative 9 Design. You can use them royalty-free to create icons and use them in personal and commercial projects as long as you respect the terms of the User License Agreement.

The pack is based on an icon set by Creative 9 Design Studio. Located in China, this company offers graphic design services for icons, skins, logos, websites. If you need additional custom icons in the same style, we recommend that you contact the team for a quote.

Contents of the Pack

The pack contains 183 image objects (61 icons in 3 sizes). Objects are optimized for 32x32, 24x24 and 16x16 icon creation but they can be used for other sizes. Large objects are provided in PNG formats. A set of ready-to-use icons in ICO format is also provided at smaller size (folder "ICO").

Here is the list of objects included in the pack (red lines have been added for copyright reasons):

What is an object and how to create icons from objects?

An object is a simple graphical object provided in high resolution. Objects also contain an alpha channel which permits to create interesting effects like semi-transparency, lighning, outer or inner glow, shadows...

An object usually contains one part of the drawing witch cannot be used alone. You need to combine several objects together in order to create the final artwork. This can be done very easily by simple mouse drag & drops in Axialis products.

To get more information about objects, icons and icon creation, visit the links below:

 What is an Image Object?

 How to use Image Objects to create Icons?

How to use the icons in your toolbars?

If you want to add icons in application toolbars, we don't recommend to make individual ICO files. It is possible but all the GUI SDK tools use image strips instead. An image strip is a large image containing all the icons placed side-by-side. Accepted file format is BMP (recent SDKs accept PNG also). Here is an example of an image strip used to populate a toolbar:

Once the image strip is programatically loaded in the application GUI, the toolbars and menus are populated with the icons. See below the professional result with RGB/A 32x32 icons in an MFC application with ribbon (Visual C++ 2008 SP1):

If you want to learn more about the ability of IconWorkshop to open and edit image strips for toolbars, we recommend to read these topics:

 What is an Image Strip?

 How to create Icons for Toolbars using Image Strips?

How to download and install the Package?

The Image Objects are distributed in a self-install package. Just download the file by clicking the "Download Now" button. It is an executable file (EXE) so you may be prompted by Windows® or any other antivirus application to confirm the download and execution of the file. Click "YES".


Installing packages downloaded from Internet is potentially dangerous.

Install packages that you download on Internet may contain viruses. However your security is our priority and all our files are digitally signed and periodically tested against all known viruses. Also, if you have an Antivirus software installed, the file will be automatically checked before it is launched.


When downloaded, launch the installation and follow the procedure. When done, the objects are installed in the "Axialis Librarian" folder. If an associated application is installed it is launched.