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I'd call it a collage wallpaper pattern. The images the collage is made of couldbe called line-drawing icons or pictograms (or, iconographic line drawings). Collage - image made of a mix of images Wallpaper - background image intended to be aesthetic but unintrusive Pattern - a tile that repeats. For tutorials, I'd look for two separate types - tutorials ...
I'd probably include both under the 'digital design' skill set (illustration wouldn't be too far off either). Both icons and logos require conceptualization, so they are not only technically similar, but the process to get the desired results is also very much alike.
All graphic designers have different strengths and abilities but yes, in general, logo design isn't far removed from icon design so if you find a designer with an aesthetic style you really like, they're likely more than capable.
It is merely an image layer with a layer mask applied. The layer mask is determining the overall shape.
The second arrow in the icon file casts a light "shadow" with white having 70% opacity. This will not be seen when rendered on a white background but on a coloured or grey background it is useful to increase contrast and visibility: with shadow no shadow
I found a easiest way which is not figures out yet. After coping that "ICO format" plugin to directory.You need to do : Work with any image file and make it 16*16 or 32*32 or your required size. Then go save as > filename.ico . Be sure put that .ico in last of file name. Its working to me.Dont know if with u or not.Can do and see.
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