One of the rapidly rising stars in the case modding community is 35 year-old German architect Oliver König aka Butterkneter. From his workshop near the border with France, Oliver has created some of the most impressive game-themed cases we've seen in recent times.
We first featured Oliver's impressive work last month, when we brought you his two US Army-themed Battlefield 2 cases, shown here. Featuring realistic, airbrushed cammouflaged paint jobs, with matching TFT monitor, keyboard, mouse, and joystick, the level of detail is impressive - if you are new to his work, we suggest you read Part I before proceeding further.
The two US Army cases were impressive in its own right before you find out that Oliver created a total of four cases in just five weeks. FOUR cases, you say? That's right - under the cover of darkness, we have covertly worked on Part II of this project, and we can now reveal the remaining two cases:
Here is a sneak preview of the amazing work that is detailed on the following pages.
If you live in Germany, pick up the September Issue of Gamestar magazine to be in with a chance of winning this PC, worth 5000 euros, and other great Battlefield 2 prizes thanks to EA.