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Borderlands 2 PC Case Mod Offers 96.5% More Cel-Shading

by Lambert Varias
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HardOCP forum member CrazyLefty modded his gaming PC’s tower to make a legendary item. He and his wife made it look like it came straight out of Borderlands 2. It’s brightly colored, filled with dents and grime and even has a cel-shaded look.

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The tower is a Cooler Master HAF 932. CrazyLefty applied white and black primer, a metallic gray coat, a yellow coat and a white stripe. Then his wife used a black Sharpie to create the convincing cel-shaded effect. Then they used a hammer and a Dremel to grind and dent the case. As a final touch, CrazyLefty added a few rivets on one side of the case. They also made a carrying case for his keyboard and made it look like a DAHL dumpster. He said they used ketchup, tea and coffee grinds to give the case a fresh Pandora look. And stench.

Fast Travel to CrazyLefty’s thread on HardOCP to see more pictures of the case.

[via HardOCP]

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