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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #1641 of 28613
Looking really nice Jorre, nice job on the cable management. PSU and side window fan looks snazzy as well
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hahaha someone on ebay wants £8.16 PLUS £18.85 for a red coolermaster R4!!!

That's £27.01....or $42.93...... for a goram fan!
    
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Hey Enigma and gang, Since I have my Mega Shadow coming in tomorrow I was thinking about painting or maybe getting someone to airbrush an Autobots or Decptacon symbol on the side of my base without the window. I noticed that Enigma had a killer paint job on his. Are there any Dos and Don't s as far as going about this? Any particular paint I should use? Is airbrushing worse or better? lol Any suggestions would be welcome.
quick bump for my Air Brushing / paint job any ideas?
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....for a goram fan!
heh, firefly/serenity fan?
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quick bump for my Air Brushing / paint job any ideas?
If you were in the UK I could put you onto an amazing airbrush artist.

If you fancied doing some airbrushing yourself, Games Workshop have started selling an airbrushing kit for their paint range and I've seen some kick ass spray jobs with them. Dont know about the paint though as its designed for models, it'd definitely need laquering. I'd see the games workshop airbrush as a tool for a 1 off or infrequent jobs as you have to buy compressed air cans, for doing alot of airbrushing might as well get a proper kit with compressor for not much more.

For doing specific graphics/icons/logo's that need sharp edges stencils are the way to get it done, can make these yourself with a home printer some card or any lo-tac sticky paper and a knife.

Dunno if any of that helps, think i've just started spouting off random crap now!
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If you were in the UK I could put you onto an amazing airbrush artist.

If you fancied doing some airbrushing yourself, Games Workshop have started selling an airbrushing kit for their paint range and I've seen some kick ass spray jobs with them. Dont know about the paint though as its designed for models, it'd definitely need laquering. I'd see the games workshop airbrush as a tool for a 1 off or infrequent jobs as you have to buy compressed air cans, for doing alot of airbrushing might as well get a proper kit with compressor for not much more.

For doing specific graphics/icons/logo's that need sharp edges stencils are the way to get it done, can make these yourself with a home printer some card or any lo-tac sticky paper and a knife.

Dunno if any of that helps, think i've just started spouting off random crap now!
If I have any airbrush work done, I think I have found a local artist that does it with acrillic pant and seals it with a clear coat. I have found the picture I want and sent him some via email. I am waiting to hear back what it might cost. I was gonna do the Autobots or decpticon but now Im thinking about doing the villian out of a new movie called "9" the main badguy is a computer called "The-Machine" which is where I got my theme idea for this machine. Guess we will see what he wants to charge.
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Hey Enigma and gang, Since I have my Mega Shadow coming in tomorrow I was thinking about painting or maybe getting someone to airbrush an Autobots or Decptacon symbol on the side of my base without the window. I noticed that Enigma had a killer paint job on his. Are there any Dos and Don't s as far as going about this? Any particular paint I should use? Is airbrushing worse or better? lol Any suggestions would be welcome.

BTW this is a Wallpaper of the Transformer 2 Autobots Logo


If your going with this one then buy Duplicolor Yellow and brown

first cut out your pattern and then spray yellow and then with a tooth pic cut the little scratches in the face that are there and then spray a really fast and lite coat of brown over the yellow maybe once and or twice but dont cover your yellow too much.







If you are going for the last one it will be the easiest. First copy this into a paint program and make it the size you want. Then cut all the black part away use some tape on the back of the paper to put it where you want on the case. Then Spray with White... Really lite coats with Auto duplicolor paint or air brush. If you are using the can remember to test the spray pattern on a dark material so you can see if it bubbles on you. White is really hard to spray and is better air brushed but it you can do it with duplicolor can automotive spray paint from the autoparts store. Get White purple blue and black.

Sequence best if airbrushed but can will work too.
White
Purple
White
Blue
White
Black
try it once on a piece of card board first to get you pattern right and then take a deep breath and spray the case. Go with quick and thin strokes. and don't get into a hurry. I love the second one but you would have to do some really artistic airbrusing for that one. The first one is easy too. Same procedure.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 10/8/09 at 4:26pm
    
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Also I bought a 6pin? connector (the power connector in the upper left) extender that allowed me to run that behind the mobo tray. You psu is pretty much like mine, I have the fatl1ty version. I was able to run every single cable behind the tray.
you should flip that psu around so we can see that cool red led
     
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you should flip that psu around so we can see that cool red led
Not sure how that would look with all the green fans.
post #1650 of 28613
Crap... just found out that i cant have the megahalem mounted to push/pull to the back since it then wil block atleast 1 ram spot : / Seems to be a problem with alot of the 1156 mobos since the ram is moved way to close to the CPU :/

Heres a pic of it on the type of mobo i got
http://img268.imageshack.us/img268/5...sip55gd651.jpg

So whats my alternatives that would fit in my Scout? im thinking of going for th Corsair HD50
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