Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008

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December 24, 2008 // 8:46 a.m.

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Paperazzi by acey


bit-tech Mod of the Month Winner for July

Been a long time since I touched any casings. Most of these are done during night time, so pardon the pictures.

This is a project that involves no or very little planning (dude, when ideas pop out of your head the moment you open your eyes waking up). I do sketch more or less what I "see", but then since the material is so flexible I can recycle it a gazillion time I want if the design doesn't come out as I like and I can re-mold them however I want. Damn, I feel like Sam Winchester, I got "visions" lol...

Some details to cut things short. Paperazzi involves:

1. An ultra heavyweight case (server-like case) thats why it involves paper not Bondo

2. Tools: scissors, gripping glue, spray paint, poster color, a bit of acrylic, water

3. Material: A4 paper, new or old all become my victims (count in buckets)

So far one side panel is 70 percent through molding. Plunked remaining material on the second side panel but it isn't enough.


Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey

Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey Read, Vote, Win - Mod of the Year 2008 Paperazzi by acey
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