Take It Easy With My Nightstand
Sometimes you need to think inside the box.
How Fast Are We Going?
Gauges replace the conventional chassis on this automotive-oriented build. Sounds about right.
It's time to break out the fishing gear.
This box could be featured in Fallout 3.
Thermaltake Level 11?
This is what happens when you cross BMW’s design with a coffee-maker.
It might not be pretty, but it sure is transparent.
Just because your girlfriend works at a True Religion factory doesn’t mean you have to drape your PC in denim.
There are cups for pens and pencils on the sides, and paper clips fit too.
The perfect marriage of acrylic and steel. Only the power cable looks out of place.
The green slime monster is alive! This PC fits in with the post-apocalyptic theme from earlier.
Another win for the nothing-but-acrylic look.
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Interesting, I'd love to make a full wood case myself. Also loved those classic deisgns. But it'd be amazing to see a case made of lego blocks!Reply
Apple didn't come up with the trash can look after all.Reply
Building that rodent PC must've been... taxing.Reply
omg this is awesome :DReply
Initiative For A Clean Internet i can't stop laughing :D
Well wooden you know it, another one finding the lighter side of case modding. :-)Reply
why is every monitor in these photos 4:3?Reply
Because these are mostly very old mods.14707978 said:why is every monitor in these photos 4:3?
I would love links to the original locations/forums/build logs these images came from.
One more Trash Can mod that I'm building:Reply
It's not finished, only a build log for now.
If I ever get the time and/or money I'd love to do a Steampunk mod of my H440.Reply
Here is my projectReply