The real world isn’t like the cel-shaded fragorama that you see in Team Fortress 2, obviously. In real life it’s never as simple as swinging a wrench a few times to upgrade or build an automated machine gun.
In real life, building such things usually start out as incredibly mundane – a pile of raw materials that are yet to be transformed into awesomeness.While the first part of my project, The Dispenser, focused a lot on reusing old materials, such as desks, that isn't always possible. Nearly everyone has an old desk or slab of unused wood lying around in a garage or shed somewhere, but not everyone keeps huge tubes of PVC on hand.
A planet-friendly mod is always good if you can do it, but sometimes you just have to splurge on some fresh materials.
With 2009 in its last days, it's time to round up the best mods we've featured and mod of the month winners. 21 mods compete and require your votes to decide the ultimate in modding glory: who will be the Mod of the Year winner, 2009?
It's that time again! We've got six new mods in the line up this month and as the summer hots up, so does the modding it seems! From scratch builds to great looking mods on existing cases, it's all here in May's edition of Mod of the Month.
2009's next installment of Mod of the Month is here and along with it, some of the best upcoming mods from our community. We've joined up again with AC Ryan so read, vote and tell us your thoughts on this month's nominees!
We're a few days late on announcing November's Mod of the Month contenders, but as a bonus we've arranged an extra prize for the lucky winner of this month's competition. Read, vote and tell us your thoughts on this month's contenders!
Even if you're not a fan of the series you'll want to check this out. Not only is Boddaker's attention to detail incredible, but innovations like the DVD mounting really set this mod apart from many others. We've got 12 pages and a couple of hundred photos of this mod for you to spend the rest of your day enjoying!