Similar to the thread I made quite some while ago ...
Start of this year I had the idea to build a passive phase change computer cooling build ... the idea ran wild ... it would look stupid on any commercially available computer case ... so I decided to build my own computer case utilizing modern sheet metal manufacturing. A two in one project it has become.
The planing phase of the project is nearing completion and I'm hard at work to get the plans ready for production.
While this is going on I though I would like to ask you, my dear community friends, to help me design the paint scheme for the future Case Construction.
Me, being obsessed with geometric shapes, have themed this build around the shape of a Pentagon. The paint sheme should follow that, harsh geometric shapes. I like bright colours ... so maybe we can throw some of those in too ... I really like the work of Simon Stalenhag and would imagine something in that direction ... more on that later ...
The case will be steel sheets between 1 and 2 mm thickness with zinc galvanization. If anyone has experience painting that, I would like to hear some tips about that too ... I plan to use simple tape and spray cans. (Including all the preparation like cleaning and grounding).
But enough talking ... here have some renders:
I honestly don't have a lot of ideas for the paint scheme yet. I know I need some kind of finishing, as I definitely want to bring this piece to the German Case Modding Competition in August.
Plain matt colours intersected by plain matt lines would be my first idea ... but I don't know how or if it should work with the nice symetry I got going on ...