Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by arcticstoat, 24 Dec 2010.
Wow. I gotta choose just three?
Congratulations, guys! You earned this honor.
It worked, 2 black eye's and a busted nose and I'm ready to vote. I didn't realize my misses could punch that hard.
LOL , I made it easier to pick my top 3 by creating categorys, mini pc, diy pc, diy art cnc pc .
Sleepstreamer's work...im always left amazed, great work sleep.
Wow that was super tough, all amaizing work!!!!! Do we get 5 choices next year ,
Hi I would like to say thanks to everybody who thought I was worthy as a MOTY nominee and I am truly honored to be nominated.
So many choices so I wrote a sentience to every mod.
I like the branch leafy thing he did and the media tower.
The big windows and the crooked GPU.
ATCS 840 Blue Power
The dark blue look that makes the interior look really deep.
Well the concrete in combination with the form.
A antic reborn.
Kind of reminds me of a car with a really old touch to it.
I like the stacking of plexy with the combination of lights
A very nice combination of wood and aluminum, plus its so small.
I thinks its really brave to use such quantitys of oil because it could create a unimaginable mess.
The amount of stuff crammed in it.
Na'ir al Saif
The simple but complexity of the mod.
The lighting that creates a "purple atmosphere".
The way it looks in the dark with lighting.
Makes me want to buy the car.
A dream comm true.
The pure white with the red LED.
The PC on the stand with a blend of black and white.
The way it looks like a real authentic radio.
Just returned from my holidays and noticed my nomination. lol. It's a great honor and very nice xmas present Congrats to all nominees, fantastic projects... all of them!
Yeah, dunno if I already said or not but being nominnated was my best xmas present in ages lol .
All the best for the new year everyone .
This time last year it was a lot easier to pick my top 3. I wasn't on the forum at the time but always read the mag . The three I pick out turned out to be the top three and in the right order...I should have had a bet on it.lol
This year I have voted for three but I keep looking at them and thinking out of the five I really liked, did I pick the right top three. It really is that hard this time round because the standards are that high with all the builds.
What the hell is it going to be like next year, it's going to take something really special.
Any way, good luck guys, you all deserve a pat on the back for getting this far.
Happy new year and happy modding for the next one..
Thanks Attila, we do our best! Hope everyone has enjoyed it this year. Still a couple of days to go and the voting is still close. Reader prize winners and an update due imminently!
I don't know if this applies to every modder but for me stuff like Magazine articles MOTM & MOTY has motivated me to try a few notches higher than I might have, when I started making cases I was only really bothered about cheapness with good functionality but hanging around bit-tech has helped push my efforts a lot higher after seeing the obscene amount of quality on display month after month from around the world, I think bit-tech has helped me improve a lot as a modder so thanks for that bit-tech community .
Man that was a tough call - can I have 11 votes please?
Good luck to all - although the achievement of putting together such awesome builds should make you all proud - I'm gob-smacked at the quality and that some of the excellent mods I've followed this year haven't even made it into the end of year vote!
I am truly jealous of all your skills - well done!
There were some amazing builds this year... and it was a hard choice but I went for:
Concretronic by Dominic Heisse (Sonnenschein)
Na'ir al Saif by Attila Lukacs (Attila)
Ultra by Peter Husar (Gtek)
Honorable mention to:
ARES by Max Erlandsson (Sleepstreamer)
Level Eleven by Jeffrey Stephenson (slipperyskip)
If you get your finished I reckon you are a shoe in for a nomination this year. Your log is the main reason I signed up to bit-tech for and that was nearly two years ago.
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