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Steampunk Frankenstein by Dana Mattocks

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alpaca 26th June 2009, 10:56 Quote
that is a hell'u'va mod man.
mayhem 26th June 2009, 11:01 Quote
Well on Cp and well done on the Mod. Impressive indeed.

I bow to your uniqueness.
The boy 4rm oz 26th June 2009, 11:07 Quote
That is one massive PC lol. The mod is excellent, beautiful detail and construction, you should be very proud of what you have achieved.
perplekks45 26th June 2009, 11:21 Quote
^^^ What they said.

Makes me want to play BioShock again. ;)
p3n 26th June 2009, 11:31 Quote
Wow - needs more video!
SlowMotionSuicide 26th June 2009, 11:35 Quote
Awesome^2
[PUNK] crompers 26th June 2009, 12:11 Quote
this really is a genuien achievment, its amazing.

anyone like to speculate how much this thing would be worth were he to sell it? ima say 7 grand
Shepps 26th June 2009, 12:39 Quote
I love the style of this thing. The idea of modern technology without aluminum and plastic is really interesting. Good work!
V3ctor 26th June 2009, 12:54 Quote
Mod of the Century!! Great work, great imagination...
Sifter3000 26th June 2009, 13:14 Quote
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Originally Posted by V3ctor
Mod of the Century!! Great work, great imagination...

Which century though? :p
Kúsař 26th June 2009, 14:02 Quote
Is this machine from Vault 13 or 15? :)

I prefer practical mods but this one is so stylish, I'm impressed...
Mr_G 26th June 2009, 14:05 Quote
That machine is a BEAST - I absolutely LOVE it!

You can just imagine Sherlock Holmes tinkering about eagerly with the 'new fangled technology' for one of his investigations...

Excellent.
Jipa 26th June 2009, 14:49 Quote
Errrr... I can see how some people consider steampunk art, and how this could be some sort of sculpture-ish piece of art, but as a computer it just fails a life. Sorry if I sound harsh and as always, just my two cents. I just don't see mixing a wardrobe with random parts being my cup of tea.
mp3manager 26th June 2009, 15:23 Quote
That's amazing....The Chaos Engine lives!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24gK74om9uw
Tynecider 26th June 2009, 15:40 Quote
clever lad, deserves a job making sci-fi movie sets...thats for sure!


<<<<<truely GOBSMACKED and ASTOUNDED>>>>>
Player-x 26th June 2009, 15:45 Quote
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Originally Posted by crompers
this really is a genuien achievment, its amazing.

anyone like to speculate how much this thing would be worth were he to sell it? ima say 7 grand
Hehehe think your not even close 20 grand would be more in the ballpark

To make this it would take me minimum of 250 hour's times $40,
All that brass will cost also 2~5K (depending how mouths time you take for looking for parts + postage)
PC parts 2~3k

Design, priceless.
Redbeaver 26th June 2009, 16:16 Quote
OMGDROOL - is probably my best effort to express my amazement of your mod..... just freakin amazing...
Skiddywinks 26th June 2009, 16:17 Quote
Much respect! That thing must have taken so much planning, time, money and probably chucked in a lot of frustration along the way.

I tip my hat to you.
Evildead666 26th June 2009, 17:47 Quote
Dang !!!
I really really like SteamPunk, it just pleases the eye....
I'm very fond of Art-Deco and the 20's and 30's anyway....

Makes me want to do a Steampunk mod........but I would make sure there are no unused parts.
Well, that everything would be as functional as possible...

#Gets out drawing board#

great Work, and great inspiration. ;)
CMW 26th June 2009, 18:30 Quote
Curious to know...do any of the extra bits and bobs - the gauges, the coils, odd pumps, etc - move?
CMW 26th June 2009, 18:31 Quote
OH, and that is an incredile sculpture! Love it!
docodine 26th June 2009, 18:46 Quote
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Originally Posted by CMW
Curious to know...do any of the extra bits and bobs - the gauges, the coils, odd pumps, etc - move?

+1

If so, a video if the thing in motion please?
The_Beast 26th June 2009, 18:52 Quote
very cool PC but steampunk isn't really my style
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The specification of Steampunk Frankenstein might appear a little out of date but the components were the best I could find when I started the project close to two ago

should be two years ago
KayinBlack 26th June 2009, 19:24 Quote
Amazing.

Finally took tallest case from me, too.

So very well executed, me wants.
HourBeforeDawn 26th June 2009, 19:59 Quote
thats really cool but a bit big for my liking, I mean if it was going to be the big I would have built in a old time clock so I knew what time it was lol as it looks large enough to be a grandfather clock ^__^
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