Yes I have a pic, but i also have a headach so im gona do the good and lazy thing and upload it tommarow. Also- Paint it black on the inside but then put tape in the shape of two flames and paint in the flames (you will want to mask twice using orange and yellow for your flames. then It would be cool, but also add a small cercle masked in the center so you can see down to the little apple logo on the black (or white depending) plastic that is over the main computer board.
I've found this tutorial for a model car. The same masking can be done with tape. Just keep in mind that since you're painting the inside of a clear shell, the layers of paint you put down first are the ones that will show. So you'll basically have to do everything in reverse. You may also be interested in this site for more detailed flames. You could also just put some flame decals on the inside if you don't want to trouble with masking and painting.
I like both of thoes but I think you should have the flames on the sides of the apple (ie. FLAME-APPLE LOGO-FLAME) with the flames being higher on the sides then in the middle, |\\APPLE/| something like that. Anyway good luck but make sure you put orange then yellow, then black and keep the cercle or something cut out to see the apple masked the entire time. Enjoy!
PS: I screwed the mouse up, if somebody wants the parts everthing works i just melted one of the plastic scrols on it. I think I want to keep the body though.
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