Published on 26th April 2012 by
Originally Posted by blackerthanblackMy favourite is still Orac3. I don't usually fully appreciate the normal box shaped type mods but the attention to detail was spectacular at the time.
Originally Posted by [USRF]ObiwanOne more question since I could not find it, last year (or before that) there was a casemod compo where the winning case was going to be produced by a company. Did it ever happen?
Originally Posted by [USRFObiwan]One more question since I could not find it, last year (or before that) there was a casemod compo where the winning case was going to be produced by a company. Did it ever happen?
Originally Posted by RiskyI loved Neexo's attention to detail on rpoject Metaversa http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=29556 (Alas he needs to try and find his images again.).
Very technical, a lot of care and attention there.
Originally Posted by Combatus+1 Nexxo, if you can sort your pics out you might land a place in Mod Gods ;)
Originally Posted by sethnmaliceYou might want to change the title to Best Mods Ever on Bit-tech...you cannot fathom the amount of case mods or custom builds through out the world that would be worthy of such a title, you would have to compile a global one it would take years to do.
This appears to be based on the amount of views on bit-tech.
Originally Posted by WaynioDark Blade :D I remember seeing this when I wasn't a modder & just had no idea how something like that could be made, times have changed & found it was CNC :D but that project still rocks hard but makes me want a lathe quite a lot looking at mods like that, think I can get by without CNC but a lathe would really come in handy. :D
BaDassumption - Never seen it before but it looks excellently made, very creative & old sci fi style crossed with classic cars even, yep a kickass project for sure. :D
Blackmesa - Another one I don't think I've seen before & only heard about it, totally awesome & love the smashed window side panel & all the decayed weathered effects on this, top quality half life mod.
Battlefield projects look perfectly done, well worthy of the spot. :D
Nice part 1, this will be an awesome series to follow. :) I don't know what is wrong but don't seem to get front page updates by email anymore, even checked in the sub part & it is checked to receive them but I don't, not even in my spam.
One little request though for whenever a members project gets chance to do a front page article, I looked back at Orac3 with it being mentioned a lot on this thread & it totals to 76 pages spread out over 5 front page articles vs the 6 pages people get now, some projects that's enough, some though is no where near enough so can make for a very half arsed article because the modder has to cut absolutely loads of info & pictures out so it just gets so diluted it can look a lot more simple than it was.
The Orac3 articles was a true mini project log so with it having depth in an uncluttered order was like a 2nd chance to write it out after the project so it all goes together wrapping up perfectly at the end, this will be a big factor as to why it is such a popular project. of course it is an awesome project but still a high quality article like that will make a big difference for the projects people remember well, just my 2p. :)
Actually it has given me an idea, a very good idea.
Do the logs live day to day like some do including me & after the log could we have 1 more category for completed case mods & scratch builds in another part of the forum so they don't hog new projects time & so we can re-write the whole log in a better way so it all makes sense, would be similar to the Orac3 article but on the forum & we could add links to the first line of the project pointing towards them. I think it's a great idea because when doing a 6 page front page article the link to the mini log could be added instead of the cluttered log which could be difficult to read through if it's a long one, I think it would make it a lot better, if people can't be bothered then they miss out on having an uncluttered log which is easy to view. :)
Originally Posted by CombatusOhh and don't forget the Case Mod Index too! In addition I'll be hitting up some of you scratchbuilders for advice on what you'd like to see from a Scratchbuild index - case type/material/motherboard form factor etc
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