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Scratch Build – Complete Cyber Kitsune

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by JackAbrao, 15 Jan 2017.

  1. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    Hi guys! I´m new here! My name´s Jaqueline (Jack for short) and I´m part of CM Modding Team.

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    Today I wanted to show you my first casemod project on the Scratch category, but first I´d like to thank some brands that believed in my work and that decided to be my partners on this project, like Cooler Master, Gigabyte and my friend Ronnie Hara.[/LEFT]

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    Cooler Master, Gigabyte e Ronnie Hara



    The case I´m gonna use is a Cooler Master Elite 110

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    Watercooler Seidon 120 V
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    Hardware:

    HYperX Savage DDr4 16G
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    Cpu i5 6600k
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    The project is inspired by the Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh trailer, specifically the Filigree Familiar, an artifact fox-like creature.

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    Some steps of the building proccess...

    Lots of EVA and styrofoam...
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    Lots of freehand drawings...

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    Lots of sleepless nights...
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    It´s a real puzzle, don´t you think?
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    And when the molds work out, I get trully happy!...

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    The EVA runs rings around me!

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    I´ll post more step-by-step pictures and videos soon!

    Hi darlings, let´s continue with the project?
    At this moment I´m cutting some acrylic molds and it turned out to be really hard work! But let´s focus, we´re getting to the painting and finishing steps.
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    If everything works as planned, on the 29th I´ll finally post the finished project here.
     
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  2. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    I'm back, with one more step in the project, I would like to thank everyone who is following the posts !!
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    Cut time... I will use these mesh and acrylic for the finishing of the structure

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    Eyes of the project...
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    With patience and hard work I´ll get there.


    Structure mounted and glued still missing some minor repairs and paints. I hope you like the result

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    Time to place the screens on the casemod structure

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    Final results after glueing and drying

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    Returning to work carving rest of parts in eva... :rock:
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    Last test of the EVA parts before starting the painting and the finishing acrylics ...

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    Painting moment
    I want to work with aging pieces ..

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    Preparing the cutting of acrylics

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    Modeling the acrylics on the fox's head

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    With much patience we are giving life to the cabinet

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    Thermal blower is life

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    I finally got the time and I edited this video with a small part of the casemod process I hope you like it...

    Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6yXH553A6g&feature=youtu.be

     
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  3. Ronnie Hara

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    Very good choice of theme and with a very large complexity the cut of parts. Waiting for more pictures of the case. Congratulations:clap::clap:
     
  4. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Oh shi-3d filligree!! Awesome.:rock:
     
  5. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    I´m glad you recognized the Magic: The Gathering theme. I hope you keep following the case progress. :D
     
  6. JackAbrao

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    Thanks for your continued support, my dear Ronnie Hara. Just wait for the many progress pictures I´ll be posting this week. :thumb:
     
  7. kim

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    very interesting approach and work...:geek: and as a french, always glad to see a great artist being also a modder and a very attractive woman...I'll follow this...
     
  8. JackAbrao

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    Thank you very much for following my work, I will soon have lots of material to show you, I sincerely hope you enjoy the result.;)
     
  9. JackAbrao

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    Finally the moment of truth has come and I will show you the final result of the mounted casemod and already with cables organized !!!I hope you enjoy the result guys. :clap::clap::clap:


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  10. kim

    kim hardware addict

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    ohh, your hands were not idle, was waiting to see the result, impressive and totally out of common, great paint job really, it looks like a shiny metal armor, freakish, but great...
     
  11. JackAbrao

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    Thank you very much for the feedback, I was really anxious to finish the project. The techniques I used, are already used in cosplay armor, so I was pretty confident in the process of running. Thank you very much for following this topic.

    I will post here a video made after the final process, I hope you like the result


    Link : https://youtu.be/Ph-je4pP7kU

     
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  12. kim

    kim hardware addict

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    Yeah...I saw the video...it's even more impressive than on pics, I am not a gamer, but i love your work and the result is amazing, something like an antic Egyptian god, or an alien artefact, anyway, great Mod, indeed...btw, I also watched your "Hello fusion" paint job video, but I had to watch it several times to be able to focus on your work only...you and your minimalist working outfit grabbing all attention...:jawdrop: your amazing...keep on modding
     
  13. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    Thank you very much for accompanying and for having tanned my work without doubts I still have many projects to produce, I hope to get more support from now on with sponsorships to be able to do something even more beautiful and different for the next months ... :D
     
  14. GeneralFun

    GeneralFun Lurker with tools

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    At first glance I'd thought that someone had gotten a pretty young woman to pose with their work. Usually, in this forum, it's someones cat, or a modders child in a picture or two as the work was done. I often wondered why someone had not used the sexy gal as a prop for their photos. I thought you were it. Then I saw you getting dirty. Welcome to the bit-tech forums. You're a welcome addition! Mod-On girl!
     
  15. Nexxo

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    That is all.
     
  16. Ronnie Hara

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    It really is a work worthy of many applause, especially for being a woman doing this beautiful work. My respect and admiration. :jawdrop::jawdrop::jawdrop::jawdrop:
     
  17. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    I am very happy with this feedback, I really love art of creating cases and it is a pleasure to read such a message, I hope I still manage to produce many creative works for worklog ... :clap:
     
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  18. JackAbrao

    JackAbrao New Member

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    Thank you !!!! :D
     
  19. davido_labido

    davido_labido Your Alphacool Contact.

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    Very nice build, in fact, it has been nominated for Mod of the Month! Check out the other nominations and vote for your favorite Here!
     
  20. Bartacus

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    DAMN IT!!! I voted for MOTM before even seeing this build log!!! So sorry Jaqueline!! I swear, next month I WILL view EVERY nominated build before voting!! This is incredible work!
     

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