Published on 5th August 2013 by
Originally Posted by SchizoFrogI have to admit that for some time now I have been losing interest in these mod builds as they seem to be getting so specialised and further and further away from what the average modder can do or even explore. Don't get me wrong, they all look amazing in their own ways, it's just that the whole thing of modding now seems too far out of reach and just not accessible to the average person.
Originally Posted by Teelzebub^^ This, mind I have to say after all the work and expense these people go through I think the prizes are somewhat disappointing :(
Originally Posted by B NEGATIVEI dont think the prizes are really relevant,I dont mod for prizes...do you?
Originally Posted by TeelzebubI realise people don't do it for the prizes but tbh I have never see the prizes used in the mods, People do mod for the sponsorship though
Originally Posted by KidMod-SouthpawI was just about to echo that and totally agree with what Tel has said here. There are many more mods now where almost all of the parts are from sponsorship. Don't get me wrong, that's fine, but when most of these builds as we've seen already use super expensive custom and outsourced stuff, you'd wonder why they actually need to be sponsored when they could clearly afford some super parts anyway. Then again, I'm still for budget modding, but even then, it's hard for me to get some nicer parts as I have to sell other stuff in the meantime and it's a bit of a headache.
But let that not detract from these stunning builds. I have got back on the scene these last couple of months and that is down in part to some astounding new projects showing up.
Originally Posted by B NEGATIVEPerhaps a separate MOTM for the heavily sponsored guys?
Originally Posted by AlienwareAndyQuote:Originally Posted by B NEGATIVEPerhaps a separate MOTM for the heavily sponsored guys?
Like a premier league?
I think that's a good idea.
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