Re-do 33 simple 16x16 icons, and create 32x32 variants as well. Create 2 more icons very much in line with the other 33, so a total of 35 icons in two formats.
In my application is use simple self-designed icons, all the same pattern, juggled a bit with colours and letters, to indicate different file systems.
I now also need 32x32 variants, but my icons are a bit too simple, to simply make 32x32 variants from them (PS. simply blowing them up I can do myself, so that's not what I'm asking).
Don't design 32x32 icons and then shrink them to 16x16 either
Information will get lost and they won't look good.
The 16x16 icons need to look crisp
Even when redesigned, the new icons' colours (and text, if you can call it that) should be preserved (as best as possible) per icon, since my users will want to immediately recognize a file system based on what they are used to.
Use the text file to understand what 'text' the icons should contain, in combination with the icons attached in the zip file, and their color sheme it all should make sense as you attack icon per icon.
Once the base icon is designed, I assume it would be relatively easy to make the 33 variants. I'm asking for 35 icons however with two generic icons, that I can use to convert in two new file system icons, when I implement new file systems (Can't say which ones will be next, since i don't know yet myself).
If this is something you can do for a fair price, let me know. Not looking to spend a lot of money on them.
Icons attached and a few in application example screenshots to illustrate their use.
Last, I noticed that square icons work really well in the design of my software.
For instance the 32x32 icons could contain 30x26 px images (so 100% transparency 1 px on the left and on the right and 3 px on top and bottom)
I have attached an example screenshot of a 32x32 design that I like, even though that icon is not yet done.
For 16x16 icons, 16x14 images seems to work well
The latter information should save on a few iterations so that you can get straight to work.