Hello and welcome, I've never delved into the world of modding, so I thought about this when my boss showed me all sorts of weird things that people do with epoxy resin. I have always loved ASUS products and their logo is all over my desk as is with multitudes of ROG gear; it ranges from my motherboard to my mouse pad, it is all ROG ... for the most part. I wanted to create something truly unique, but at the same time, it is my first attempt at this sort of stuff. I'm hoping that it will turn out as I have yet to perfect any wood crafting or resin pouring... The concept behind it is rather simple. Create something unique while getting some practice in. The two go hand in hand, so let's get on with it... My desk currently comprises of a large fire door that they were throwing out at work (we have 25 more of them!) and it weighs around 80 pounds. It's heavy to say the least, which is largely due to it being a fire door with a 20 minute rating. At least it's getting a bit of a diet as I think the epoxy will be lighter than the wood that's within this door. Within the logo is going to be an RGB strip around its entirety to illuminate the eye. I haven't decided whether it is going to get wired into my rig or a remote RGB controller just yet, but I will get to that later. I think the separate controller might be better due to me being able to turn it on without my rig being on. I'm also not too sure if the motherboard will be happy to power such a large array of LEDs. I have a number of things that I would love to incorporate into the desk. One of such things is an original ROG light up logo from the X48 Rampage Extreme - my favourite board of all time, as some of you know. I think the REx one might be slightly different, but that's the look I am going for. Let's get some pictures, shall we?! Yuh huh... I hear ya. I started off with a 4x4 grid of the ROG logo that I enlarged to make it more appropriately sized for my desk, which by the way is 35" x 83". Once I had it all stenciled together, it was time to get the outline on to the table. Thankfully, it's easy enough with a Sharpie and a bit of time. Multiple passes over the lines eventually penetrate the paper and transfer the ink onto the surface below. It's hard to see, but you can see the outline if you look carefully. And, just like that, we have something to trace later on... Tadaaaah... Ignore all of those ink splodges on the desk. I actually found out that when you shake a Sharpie too hard, it releases a lot of ink into the cap. Whoops! However, I am going to be painting the desk at some point, so it is no big deal. It's just a vinyl finish that is on it right now, so I am not worried about losing the wooden look. There we go ... it's ready for the chopping block! I have already started to cut it and do some things to the desk, but those pictures are on my phone. I'll get them off of it later and begin to edit/upload what is worthy of uploading later on or tomorrow. Until the next time, folks... here's my concept for my first mod.