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2014 QuakeCon Case Modding Contest Winners

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id and Bethesda: Case Mods based off of either the company or a game from either id and Bethesda

3rd Place:

Ethan Prus had a great mod of the Repurposed Enclave Eyebot from the Fallout series and was able to grab third place. This hand made mod, believe it or not, started out as an exercise ball.

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3rd place Bethesda case mod Ethan Prus

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2nd Place:

Hassan Alaw and his Bethesda themed Elder Scrolls Online case mod with a well done paint job, laser etched items and a LCD screen at the bottom of the case was able to snag second place.

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2nd place Bethesda case mod Hassan Alaw

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1st Place:

The 2014 winner in the id/Bethesda theme category is Shane McAnally’s with his Imperium case mod. This case mod is based off of one of his favorite games Dishonored. If you did a quick walk-by Shane’s case without take a longer look you would be doing yourself a dishonor. There are lots of little details that made this case mod the top choice, such as super tiny rivet heads inside the case where plates are that have been drilled out and the power wires run through.

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1st place Bethesda case mod Shane McAnally

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For those that entered and want to know how they placed here are the results. They will be listed in this order, Position and Contestant Number.

Case Mods Scratch Build Bethesda
1 10
2 31
3 6
4 1
5 27
5 32
6 18
7 12
8 2
9 8
10 11
10 19
11 29
12 16
13 13
14 21
15 7
16 30
1 5
2 25
3 17
4 28
5 23
6 15
7 22
1 3
2 35A
3 9
4 24
5 4
6 14
7 35B
8 26
9 20

 

A great job was done by all and we cannot wait until next year to see what modders will create to beat out this years winners.

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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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