Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Brett89, 4 Mar 2019.
Nope! You still need a duct.
well good for job...but think noise is upgrade
Thank you for your votes for April's Case Modding Update of the Month! I'm truly humbled.
Got some final pictures shot of the Beigemobile today. It's been a fun build, thanks for watching! I'll let the pictures do the talking, shot with a Nikon D7000 and a 18-105.
Interior with front panel attached
Back with no side panel
Front Angle with no side or front
Front Bracket (Where I did the most critical-thinking of this build)
NB Cooling solution, where I did the second most critical-thinking.
And for fun, a long exposure (10s) on the work bench.
Thanks again BT for following along with this build.
Ok, maybe I'm exaggerating. Maybe I'm sarcastic.
This is where Eric shows up to re-claim his computer.
Fantastic work. I think the screeching banshee fan would have been more authentic, but maybe not the best for your sanity. Ha ha
Thank you, it's what I was going for at the end of the day.
Maybe, you're just right. I jest, but appreciate it!
Also regarding Eric, f$*% that guy.
Thank you! I definitely agree about the fan, but it definitely was trying for my sanity when in the same room after an hour or two. The original, sole case fan, was a 2 wire, on/off fan itself. Damned thing still works somehow too...
very clean result , 'wasn't expecting less, regarding the care and attention to detail you put into it, honestly, even the little fan doesn't deserve such a critical thinking... , pictures are nice as well, I realise how a solid background and a controlled lighting gives a picture, a very professional appearance...
Thank you very much Kim, you're very kind to say that. I definitely tried to up the photography level from slightly dim basement workshop and pictures with a cell phone to proper pictures, with a backdrop and some controlled lighting. I also just tried to flood it with pictures,one every step of the way. On the final pictures I did do some post production with the RAW files too, so I have definitely tampered with the pixels.
QFT, unless it's a harsh glare that's starting to cast really aggressive shadows, the more ambient the better.
The final result it's amazing!
The semplicity of the details it's very good looking!
Thank you Landux, very kind of you to say that.
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