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As a Half Life 2 fan, i have an obligation to make a case mod around the best fps game that has ever released. I've been thinking about it since my last case mod that participated in an international (2012) event (sadly it was never completed as the website that the competition held got issues as far as i can remember). So, in a few words, i will be fusing a few techniques of mine and some others in order to achieve the best result that i imagined and thinking about. Rusting, crackle paint, scorched looked exterior side panel and color splash or even some paintbrush are the main tools to achieve something great and most of all something that i have always been dreaming of. So, Half Life 2: Gordon Freeman edition is commencing!! I will soon be posting pictures, so be patient and i hope that i fulfill my dream since 2012 and beyond!! The "victim" will be a Cavalier case!!
Go big or go home. Seems to be the mantra of modding as of late. Dramatic, some bordering on flamboyant. I mean, this is still case modding! It's an art form, and everyone interprets art differently. Sometimes to beautiful and BRILLIANT effect. I have loved looking over the entries over the years. Masterful craftsmanship, and I applaud you all; past and present makers of the modding art. When I read about the 25th Anniversary case mod competition, and the special section regarding using/referencing past classic CM cases, I was immediately inspired. For, in my garage, I have held on to a pristine ATCS that I won at Quakecon man years ago. I recognized it then for it's classic beauty and simplicity. The perfect canvas for many modders. Straight lines, full side panels, and the inside frame of the case is almost as special. So... what better way for me to get back into the thick of it, then by using my prized prize, and bringing it into the 21st century! My goal of the build is to take the case and it's internals, and rework it to accommodate modern 120mm (maybe 140mm, but I wont know until I get into the box) and, just like a car that is a "sleeper", you won't know what is lurking under the hood! It will look nearly stock. Body work, metal work, etc to allow the beast within to breathe and groan... but maintain as much of the ATCS simplicity to keep you guessing! It will be a fun trip down memory lane, with reverence and respect that I will be channeling on one of my prized, untouched cases. Stay tuned, and (to shamelessly plagiarize the move "Dune") watch as "the Sleeper awakens!" PS: After re-reading my log this morning, I opted to just name the project "Sleeper", as I dont want to cause any confusion. Its not a "Dune" mod, it's theme going to be a ATCS time warp!
Piratas do Caribe A inspiração para este projeto "Piratas do Caribe" para quem olha é claro, mas a idéia inicial era fazer um projeto com inovações e funcionalidades que ainda não foram realizadas por qualquer casemod, seguindo a linha de inovação trabalhando em conjunto Velho e novo, usado e reciclado. Álbum de Fotos Campus Party 2017: https://goo.gl/sJovvZ #CMnaCPBR10 #MakeItYours Quero agradecer aos patrocinadores Cooler Master Brasil, Avexir, Audiotec Informatica e os sócios, Titan Caselabs, Felion Custom, Dremel eo talento do meu amigo Erik Macedo. CABO: Coolermaster Maker 5 REFRIGERAÇÃO: Coolermaster MasterAir Maker 8 FONTE: Coolermaster G750-M Série semi-modular TECLADO / RATO: Devastator II PROCESSADOR: Intel Core I7-5820K HASWELL-E, 3.3GHZ, 15MB, SIX-CORE (Audiotec Informática) MEMÓRIA DE RAM: Avexir Core Série DDR4-2400 WHITE LED RAM Kit 4GBX4 O caso. Suporte para controlador de ventoinha e Led. Sistema de refrigeração para o processador de respeito. MAKER 8 Suport.