Free Snail Icon

This is the Snail icon for Windows 10. Here we go. Optimized for 32x32 px, these are the simplest icons in the line style. Downloadable formats are PNG and SVG, among others. Icons8 icon pack is unique in providing a huge number of icons designed by the same team of four designers who create the new icons every working day in the same style and with the same quality. Same cool as the Bat Face, huh.
This is an eyeless image of a snail. The clip-art has a swirly shell on the slug's back and two antennas. This is an iOS7 icon that is found in the animal category.

Related to Snail Icon

Related icons are the icons with matching tags, as well as all animals icons. All icons are in the same flat style. You can either download free PNG icons or buy SVG vectors

Idea of Snail Icon by Bin Aries

We've received the idea on October 20, 2013 and created the icons on January 15, 2014

Icons for telling someone that something is really slow or super fast. For example: an aerial platform can be set into "slow" or "fast" movement. Iconifying this means that a switch can be set into snail/rabbit mode, or turtle/hare mode. I have seen it on several machines, so it must be a "defacto standard". Other use for turtle/rabbit combination is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Tortoise_and_the_Hare Snail

Icon: Snail icon ideas
Tortoise/Turtle icon:Tortoise icon ideas
Aerial platform: Aerial platform icon example
Hare/Rabbit icon: [already present in icons8 set, see \Animals\rabbit\]

Maybe it is better when the rabbit is depicted in a running state, so that it depicts fast movement. Is it possible to combine these icons:
a) the already present rabbit icon in the icons8 set (that's a nice icon!)
b) the rabbit in running mode: rabbit icon sample
c) adding racing stripes to the icon, just like it is done with the "run_command" icon:

The snail and turtle/rabbit/hare icon can be used both for depicting "slowness".

Bin Aries
What was I thinking when I wrote: The snail and turtle/rabbit/hare icon can be used both for depicting "slowness". Of course I wanted to say: the snail/turtle icon can be used both for depicting slowness :-)