Loc: Vancouver, BC Canada
my mod is done and I have moved. I wanted to do this mod for a long time and figured a new apt. is a good excuse for a new look to my fav. computer.
now all done and moved I finally got internet installed today. did this mod at my dads in the bsmt. I have learned much from doing this. main thing is that macs are engineered amazingly. as I took everything apart and put it back together I could see all the imagination that went into this one model down to even the most meaningless things.
used a can of semi-flat black and gloss white, both from krylon. tried a clear coat on one of the handles and it looked very bad and unclear. used 3 coats of paint all round to make up for no clear coat. in the end it was one can of black and 1 and a half of white. total cost is under 20$.
I ran into a few problems here and there but all in all it was well worth it.
more pics and comments to come. just wanted to get these pics up.
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