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hehe, thats called: Casemodders in training learning from others.....
oh sorry...
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post #1382 of 1675
yup... for example, if you click on my case mod, you'll see how "pretty" it is
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Update you lazy bum!
 
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post #1384 of 1675
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Project has been on hold for a bit, guys. I expect to start back again this week but can't make any promises.

A lot has happened in the last few weeks. I've been dealing with some personal issues and some financial difficulties that have slowed things down. I've also taken this time to take a step back from the build in an attempt to recollect some of the passion and enthusiasm that I had for it in the beginning. I've been living this project for the last 8 months, and it started to become draining instead of fun, and that's when I feel that one has to step away and break for a while. Life can only be put on hold for so long.

I still feel very strongly about refleXion and want to have it finished by end of June at the latest. I just felt that instead of continuing to rush to have it finished, without a lot of feeling behind it, that it would be better to step away until I start to "feel" it again and reclaim some of the enthusiasm and passion that I had for it in the beginning. I feel it deserves that.

Thanks to all for your ongoing support. Work should resume soon.

Edit: For those who say things like "it's become boring for dragging on for so long.." please understand that a build of this scale takes an immense amount of planning, cost, time and effort. It really does take a lot out of you when you're already working a full time job and have commitments already. And for one who hadn't even picked up a dremel before beginning this project, the ongoing learning involved in the fabrication piece has at times been quite exhausting. On many nights after work I'm in the shop for 5-6 hours until midnight. So please understand that I'm trying my best and moving forward as fast as time and my current skill level will allow.

Thanks,

Michael
Edited by Xion X2 - 5/3/10 at 8:12pm
post #1385 of 1675
bro, take your time. it's your thing, not ours. Life comes first. wants > needs, always.
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post #1386 of 1675
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Originally Posted by Xion X2 View Post
Project has been on hold for a bit, guys. I expect to start back again this week but can't make any promises.

A lot has happened in the last few weeks. I've been dealing with some personal issues and some financial difficulties that have slowed things down. I've also taken this time to take a step back from the build in an attempt to recollect some of the passion and enthusiasm that I had for it in the beginning. I've been living this project for the last 8 months, and it started to become draining instead of fun, and that's when I feel that one has to step away and break for a while. Life can only be put on hold for so long.

I still feel very strongly about refleXion and want to have it finished by end of June at the latest. I just felt that instead of continuing to rush to have it finished, without a lot of feeling behind it, that it would be better to step away until I start to "feel" it again and reclaim some of the enthusiasm and passion that I had for it in the beginning. I feel it deserves that.

Thanks to all for your ongoing support. Work should resume soon.

Edit: For those who say things like "it's become boring for dragging on for so long.." please understand that a build of this scale takes an immense amount of planning, cost, time and effort. It really does take a lot out of you when you're already working a full time job and have commitments already. And for one who hadn't even picked up a dremel before beginning this project, the ongoing learning involved in the fabrication piece has at times been quite exhausting. On many nights after work I'm in the shop for 5-6 hours until midnight. So please understand that I'm trying my best and moving forward as fast as time will allow.

ill still be here when you decide to come back
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I hope you get everything sorted

We'll be here when you're ready.
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post #1388 of 1675
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Originally Posted by Xion X2 View Post
Project has been on hold for a bit, guys. I expect to start back again this week but can't make any promises.

A lot has happened in the last few weeks. I've been dealing with some personal issues and some financial difficulties that have slowed things down. I've also taken this time to take a step back from the build in an attempt to recollect some of the passion and enthusiasm that I had for it in the beginning. I've been living this project for the last 8 months, and it started to become draining instead of fun, and that's when I feel that one has to step away and break for a while. Life can only be put on hold for so long.

I still feel very strongly about refleXion and want to have it finished by end of June at the latest. I just felt that instead of continuing to rush to have it finished, without a lot of feeling behind it, that it would be better to step away until I start to "feel" it again and reclaim some of the enthusiasm and passion that I had for it in the beginning. I feel it deserves that.

Thanks to all for your ongoing support. Work should resume soon.

Edit: For those who say things like "it's become boring for dragging on for so long.." please understand that a build of this scale takes an immense amount of planning, cost, time and effort. It really does take a lot out of you when you're already working a full time job and have commitments already. And for one who hadn't even picked up a dremel before beginning this project, the ongoing learning involved in the fabrication piece has at times been quite exhausting. On many nights after work I'm in the shop for 5-6 hours until midnight. So please understand that I'm trying my best and moving forward as fast as time and my current skill level will allow.

Thanks,

Michael
I know how you feel... I personally have hit a wall with my build (not that it really ever started being a build anyway. Have only reached the sanding stage!) and don't know where to go next/what to do. At first I thought all I needed to do was sand the pieces and have them powdercoated, but now I'm realising I have so much I need to do before I can even have the case coated. It's become a bit overwhelming.

Taking time off is definitely a good idea. You have had a bit to sift your way through in the last few weeks so I do hope that you weren't feeling any pressure to work on refleXion. She'll always be here for when you're ready for her Take as much time as you need and don't feel that you need to keep us satisfied. It's your build, your time and your money. Do whatever you need to do!

Keep in touch though (maybe on mdpc instead of here) and I hope your break is refreshing and revitalising.
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post #1389 of 1675
No rush bro, just take a break if you need to We will quit harassing you if you want us to
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bro, take your time. it's your thing, not ours. Life comes first. wants > needs, always.
I think you mean <

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