Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AnG3L, 3 Sep 2009.
really has a good look that door.
Thank you my friend Migui much appreciated!!
That is mighty purty my friend! very good results! Awesome look!
Thanks buddy! I would like to buy a new camera but I dont have so much money so forgive me for the colors etc. Things look much better in real life
as in your last mod, i see you throwing a lot of techniques toghether in a slightly onorthodox way, and as in your last mod, i had some doubts about the final result... but seeing that door, i do not doubt you anymore... forgive this lonely soul his heresy
One more update for you guys! This is something I did sometime ago but I wanted to finish the painting to post the process.
After sanding the case parts it was time for the paint process. I created a small S with wire to hang the pieces.
Here is the primer. (4 layers)
Here I let them rest for 1 and a half week before the gloss black.
After that period of curing time, I started painting the parts (not all of them)
Curing time again!!! 2 weeks this time!
And after the 2 weeks some wet sanding and paint again! Finished pictures later on the assembly process.
And here are some random shots with the work I did on various parts of the case (more later)
Here is the mobo tray which I isolated to apply isopon 40 to cover some holes and imperfections of the case.
The trickiest part of this case is the back i/o plate and the top cabin. Here is the backplate not finished yet cause as you will see on a different update I faced a lot of problems!
Here I take some measures for the aluminum part
Filing for perfection!
Here I remove the rivets to slide the aluminum piece inside the 2 steel parts
So thats it for now, I work on various things the same time so excuse me if I got out of schedule!
Here is the creation of the XSPC dyal bay cover. I will use 5mm pine wood.
I found a design of a tribal wolf which I liked and I decided to use it among with the word
"wolf" in Cherokee language,
Here is the simple drawing:
After cutting the wood, pyrography takes place again!
And here are the various stages of it
I used the drill to create some pivot holes to cut the letters.
And using these various dremel bits and files I brought this final result which with the UV red liquid and the UV led they will be illuminated.
Drilling the attachment holes.
Details with red paint and rubbing brown powder paint to give a darker color to wood.
And some final shots!
Till next time guys, thanks for watching and commenting!!
Thats a great sculpture man!
Thanks my friend!
Great Work (like the 'G' and 'W' on the plate indicate )
Man, that bay cover is lovely
Thanks man! This is the word for wolf in Cherokee language!
Wow I wish I could leave my stuff outside to cure It'd be soaking wet and rusty after a week outside here!
Really like that wolf
LoL woody my friend, if I do that now expect the same! LoL I was lucky to do that before the "raining" season in here so now I have to wait to continue painting the rest!!
I like that Wolf for couple of reasons
1. It looks COOL
2. It's my HS Mascot (Even though I hate my High School, I still like Wolfes)
Thanks brother RuSGaMeR !!! I love wolves too and I have one on my left arm howling on the edge of a mountain! Wolves are a symbol of intelligence and leadership and also monarchy !
Great work there! lol it does seem like thats what is written on the bay cover.
Congrats on your nomination my friend! Second build, second nomination, and im still getting ready! well i started sort of, but im not very good at this kinda thing...
Thanks my islander friend and lol yes it looks like G W even if its Cherokee language!
Man you should start working and believe me you might discover a hidden talent or at least
its something that you would like to do, it doesnt matter if its not the best. Its the effort that counts!!
that's a beauty Alexs
Thanks shiryu_libra my friend!!!!
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