This is an old-fashioned icon designed to appeal to the steampunk mind, I suggest it might be a useful replacement for the control panel - you can of course use it for anything you wish.
This is one of my steampunk items coupled with a stamp created by Eric Gill in 1924 for the British Empire Exhibition. It certainly has a good steampunk look and feel and might be a useful addition to your desktop.
This icon is one of a set.
This is another one of a bunch of steampunk icons that I have created that will leave your Windows or Mac desktop looking absolutely spiffing. There is a whole set of the little thingies and I must say they do look very steampunk indeed! They really are a suitable replacement for the boring old default icons that come with Rocketdock/ObjectDock &c.
This icon and the others like it will spruce up your desktop and give it a bit of Victorian class. Compatible with MobyDock, ObjectDock, RK Launcher, and your default Windows icons.
You can get all the icons on one bundle here: [link]
In this bundle, each icon image is combined within a single ico file so that you have the icons sized at 16, 32, 48 or 128 bytes all in one.
If you want any new ones then just ask! I am always open to new (or old) ideas - please leave a comment, these icons are quite hard to do and a nice comment makes my day.
Rocketdock Installation: In the rocketdock folder there is a subfolder called icons. Move these icons into that folder or create a subfolder called steampunk icons and copy them in there. Then you simply change each of your individual icon images to any one of these. Easy enough.
The only condition for downloading and using is that you leave feedback. Please leave a message and rate the icons as it is the only payment I get for creating this small desktop addition