Sorry for the lack of updates everyone. Been super busy, and I have something about ready you will all love I hope. I almost want to announce it, but I have to be patient
In other news we are now selling CaseLabs Bullet cases
, and more CaseLabs products will be added soon!!!
As always, thank you everyone for the subs and comments!!
Originally Posted by Lennyx
Subbed. Looking good so far. Do you plan on doing any custom color on the case itself? Would be cool if you did some color stripes that would match the sleeving
Thanks! I did think about doing a custom color, but I don't think it will be happening.
Originally Posted by LePhuronn
Personally I would've kicked off at how a modding competition could be judged by somebody clearly incapable of actually being a judge. You need to know your hardware, and although it is a testament to how immaculate your work must've been to look so OEM, it's still usually pretty obvious there's been some reworking going on.
Same with me. Part of the design for my In Win 901 project is to make it look as OEM as possible, even though it's blatantly obvious a case that small can't natively fit a 360mm radiator. Part of the crafting process is to make it look OEM, and if somebody can't tell that then they don't know their stuff.
But maybe that's just me.
Well, I actually wasn't there for the contest specifically, so I didnt want to get that worked up about it. Now if I was specifically building a system for a comp then that happened, then I would have been more upset.
Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE
Something I subscribe to also.
That filing work is top notch Kevin,very impressive.
Sadly,and I have seen this first hand,unless you go with a theme or something completely aesthetic then you will get overlooked in these comps. Functional modding just isnt popular,you have to go with full RGB stroboscopic with wings and things...
I just like stuff super clean and semi-minimalistic looking. No flashing lights, or bolt on wings lol.Edited by MOD-ONE - 8/23/16 at 6:43pm