Attention case modders!
We're seeking an experienced case mod guru who has the right time, skillset, and personality to live stream the process of turning an ordinary computer case into a work of art.
Who is this person?
- Experienced. You know what to do to make an interesting case mod project, and you're capable of executing on it.
- Energetic. You're not a boring person. People would actually enjoy watching / listening to you as you work through a build process.
- Educational. You've got a knack for explaining things. Why are you using this particular Dremmel attachment? What made you decide to bevel that edge? Why is there that much of a gap around the edges of the radiator? Above all else, we're looking for someone who rookies and experienced modders alike can learn from.
Does the above sound like you? Think you're the Bob Vila of computer cases? Lets talk.
To audition, please record a video of yourself talking through 5 mins or so of a mod - whether you've got an actual project ongoing now, or can "fake" part of a mod of the audition using some scrap parts, your video should show your personality and skill, most importantly. Production quality is not as important - we can worry about the right equipment when we find the right person. Have a quality video rig already? Show it off.
Compensation is available for the right candidate. We'd love to have you streaming with us and helping promote / teach case modding to a larger audience, while showing off your work as an official Overclock.net Video Partner.
Please send audition video links (uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, etc) via email to "[email protected]ed
.net" with the subject line "Video Partner Audition - Case Mods". A brief summary of your experience and availability would also be greatly appreciated. Be sure to include your Overclock.net username. Not a member yet? Not a problem! We'll consider exceptional candidates who are new to the community.
Many thanks, and good luck!