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“The Glowing one” from Fallout 4, by Ethan Prus

This ghoul from Fallout 4 is a undead human that has absorbed so much radiation, that it glows. What Ethan opted to do was step up his game from last year. 2016, Ethan had created the Nick Valentine mannequin case that was stellar in its own right.

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This year he built the mannequin himself, casting all of the parts, and creating the ghoul seen below.  Modders-Inc.com 2017 US Case Modding Championship at Quakecon 2017 2 Modders-Inc.com 2017 US Case Modding Championship at Quakecon 2017 3

It is difficult to catch all of the details on the build, but at the feet of this ghoul, is a Pipboy, still being worn by the skeletal arm remains off its owner. The screen was animated and was making Geiger counter sounds, significant of the presence of this ghoul.

The ghoul is illuminated from within, the PC is located in the back/shoulders of the creature. Fully ready to game, and radioactive to boot! Modders-Inc.com 2017 US Case Modding Championship at Quakecon 2017 4

 

There were many great cases at Quakecon in 20017, with significant time, and effort spent to make the average case great. Passion and enthusiasm were palpable as well, with a new venue at the Gaylord, a new LAN party layout, the participants were up to the challenge of stepping up their game and creating spectacular visual computing for all to enjoy. We, at Modders-Inc.com applaud all of the participants this year, and recognize the brilliance of the top three finishers in each category. We hope everyone has fun and enjoys the contest, as well as learns something new each and every year.

MOD ON!!!!

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