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  1. Disassembled and spray painted the 5?" optical drive brackets: First layers of red on the side panel: The top panel, HDD rack and a part of the right side panel spray painted matte black: Cutting the side panel window and drilling the holes: It fits: Put together to see how it looks: Finished (need better pics): In the mean time I changed the VGA's on the picture for the GTX 680 and I removed the power bracket with molex and fan connecters and the blue leds on the bottom. But no new pics yet! I also did my keyboard in the same colors in camo:
  2. Another thin layer of red primer: First layer of red primer on the frame, still needs some work: First layer of matte black on the handle bars: Frame after a few thin layers of red coat. Also still needs some work: Wet-sanding the plastic top panel and side panels: The plastic panels hanging out to dry after a layer of plastic primer:
  3. Hi, Here I'll show you a Cosmos S casemod where I'm going to spray paint the case in two colors. This is the first time I spray paint a case so bear with me. I'm going for a red with matte black combo. I also want to change the standard side panel to one with a window. The hardware I will be using: Case: Cooler Master Cosmos S Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Sabertooth Z77 CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K VGA: MSI GTX 680 Lightning RAM: 8GB Corsair Vengeance CMZ8GX3M2A1600C7R PSU: Zalman ZM750-HP CPU Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100 Fans 1: 4x Enermax UCTVD12A Fans 2: 5x 120mm be quiet! Silent Wings USC Fancontroller: NZXT Sentry Mesh Here's the disassembled case looking like a mess: The guts of the case with the spray cans I will be using: A sanded handle bar, before and after: All four handle bars sanded: Spray painted (with red primer) the four handle bars including the two front panels, hanging out to dry: