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Guyver Case Mod

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Hi all right first off i have never modded a computer before but i am quite goos at arty things and will have a goat anything.
In september i am upgrading my computer to c2d and now want to take my boring case and really make it different so i am thinking of doing the case out in a GUYVER theme.
I was going to make a guyver and mould it to the front of the case a kind of torso and head that opens the front of the case and then the units on the side with the detailling looking like the inside of the guyver ship.
So what i am looking for is ideas and what would be best materials for the job i was thinking of carving polystyrene.
Thus making it look very Biomechanical.
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Hrmm. I wonderr... That first picture makes the PERFECT front of a case.

If you were to build that thing from the ground up, and you are insanely free with your time, you could build that face with whatever material, and paint it up. The big metal cricle on his forehead would easily make an excellent power button.

As goes for materials, I'm just starting my own case and doing some research on it, so I'll give you information as I get it.
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post #3 of 6
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I have started another thread called making a 3d model and we are discussing it in there plus i am going to use hd foam for everything and the power button wil #l be in his belt and the chest will open to reveal the drives etc
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I approve
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Just looking to do something different and i absolutely love the guyver he is soooo cool
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