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2014 QuakeCon Case Modding Contest Winners

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For the third year in a row we, Modders-Inc, have been able to bring the case modding contest to QuakeCon. Over the three years the case mods showing up at QuakeCon have gotten better and it gets harder to pick the winners. This year we had five judges ranging from non modders to modders that have been doing it for years. This process helps balance out the way they get judged when seen through different eyes. So without further a due here are the winners in their respected classes.

Case Mods: Mods created from a manufactured case.

3rd Place:

Michael Long’s Shark Tank case mod with live sharks on one side and a fully functional PC on the other was a crowd favorite.

3rd place case mod Michael Long
3rd place case mod Michael Long


2nd Place:

Taking second place is Nick Blackwell with his Man of Steel case mod. There were lots of details that blended in with the mod and made this a must see mod.

2nd place case mod Nick Blackwell
2nd place case mod Nick Blackwell



1st Place:

This year’s winner of the Case Mod category is Gary Murphy with his Toxic Envi case mod. Is the look of the case over the top, no but case modding is not all about flashy stuff. I can safely say that many people probably walked right by Gary’s mod thinking it was just a case painted green. What put this case mod at the top of the list in its division was the attention to perfection. Every hand made piece is perfect and perfectly complements the other items.

1st place case mod Gary Murphy
1st place case mod Gary Murphy






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Dewayne Carel

Dewyane began in the case modding scene when it was just starting out many years ago. Shortly after that, he started Modders-Inc to help others learn how to create and have fun with PC case mods. He has created works for the likes of Bethesda, Cooler Master, ASUS, CPU Magazine, Razer, Zotac and more.

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