Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by [WP@]WOLVERINE, 11 Dec 2003.
unbelievable work..... plain and simple
i m really glad you kept the deamon motherboard tray
/me doaes little happy dance
great job dude
This is looking great! It is really clean.
wow great work. really really well done on the etching work
cant wait for more pics
So after another nights modding ive got all the fans connected and working my new lcd is in place to and life is good All that is left now is the front doors and som detail adjustmets. Im way to tired right now to give a more detailed description of what ive done so ill leave you with some pictures instead.
This is what the case looks like right now. If you notice that the plexipiece that the power and reset svitches isnt quite straight youre right. I put the case together just for the photos and was a bit careless, this will ofcourse be fixed. And heres the pics..
And some nightshots! As you can see in the pics one of my ccd tubes isnt glowing as it should, dont know what happened to it but a new one is in the mail.
This is all i have for now, ill post more pics as soon as i have something to show you.
that is so sweet
that goblin/vampire/whatever in that last pic looks just awesome lit up
Very nice work wif the etches, i got an idea of ur mod/case of makin plaexi case and all and with the etches, but instead of just puttin light on it i was gonna put uv reactive paint in the etched out part and put uv ccfl's at the top of case
nice one man.... u should put anothet cathode or leds into sides to light those "pics" (i don't remember that word )
Ooooooh! Turns out even more nicely when assembled. But uhm... UV? I'll bet it looks even SO more demonic with more red lighting.
Edit: Uhm, kinda... typo' n... stuff. (Bad mistake by me! )
Edit2: What about red fluorescent paint?
Getting better by the minuite... Great work man
I think it needs to be said again...
THAT IS AMAZING!!!! Where are you getting these pictures from? They are sick!!!
Ah yes, very very nice work. I had been wondering how you would go about not cluttering up the side with mobo tray etch on there.. Thought you might have a clash with the pentagram and the gargoyle type guy.
Excellent etching work- its always painful for us no art skill modders to see someone with actual talent doing it. makes me cry!
To sum up- j00 4r3 L337.
Unbelievably good job- will you be putting in red leds anywhere? Or led lighting the fans?
With a case that large you could consider actual lighting, none of this tiny computer sized stuff. Think of a red LAMP in there- something like off a firetruck or ambulance spinning around.. mahahahah
GL on the project! props from canada!
May I make just one suggestion in the scheme of things and this must not taken in the wrong way. Can you please get a better Camera to show the work you've done in better detail? As the current crop of images don't do it justice. A part from that the way this project started I just new it was going to be good. Keep up the good work
Actually ive got a really good camera its a Olympus Digital but when i took the pictures there was very poor lighting and the batterys in the cameara was almost empty next update the pics will be better
wow looks great!
great job on the cabling!
i think it would look great to have a RED numeric display inside the case displaying CPU/case temp
Weeee!!! Im done with the new front for the case, the new one fits better with the overall style of the case than the old one did. Enough said here it is
First i needed a bit of plexi
Then after some drawing i grabbed the old dremel and went to work OMG the amount of dust!!
After almost seven hours of contant dremel action this is what i came up with.
I added som color and heres some shots of the final result
And ofcourse the nightshots, my camera doesnt like the dark very much so youll have to excuse the poor quality. The pics gives some idea of how the beast glows
Thats all for this update ill be back as soon as ive got more pics to show you.
im not very found of plexixhassis but.. speachless.
the amount and quality of the dremel-work is definetly worth a big applause!
To be honest, and I know you put a lot of work into it, but I thought it looked better without it..
But still, great cutting work. 7 hours with a dremel, now there's a dedicated modder!
I love that front panel great work man!
i have to agree that i'm not sure about the front - it's cool, but doesn't quite fit this case.
some amazing work has been done - of that, there is no doubt
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