ON THE WEB
R2-D2 won Bawl's Out of the Box Mod of the month for October 2005. My prize was $500!
And was featured on Make Magazine's website
People who have been modding for years like me will remember Gruntville.com. R2-D2 was their worklog of the month while it was still in progress
Without me even knowing it, my R2-D2 was entered and won Australia's Mod of the Month for Atomic magazine. The subsequent magazine appearance is above
Extremetech.com later had a 23 page slideshow for my R2-D2. Recently the site sqeezed it all down to one page
When I repainted my R2 turning him into R2-M5, Extremetech refeatured it!
When I finished my Great Satan mod, I sent pictures to Extremetech and they wanted more. Enough to do a 16 image slideshow
Recently the website edited the images out and kept just the one page feature
My Bulldozer mod was sponsored by manufacturers through my job at Micro Center and when I finished it, the mod was added to an email flyer for all the customers in the region
My Matrix PC is featured on Neatorama's Ultimate PC Mod list
And so is my R2-D2
He's also on PlanetOddity.com
My GreatSatan mod is featured on GameFront.com
R2-D2 can also be found at PCWorld's site on their Top Ten Insane case Mods
There's a great list of 21 Amazingly Built mods at GNoted.com where my R2-D2 is one of them
Recently I discovered a featurette of my Wasteland Ranger project at TechTripper
My Mineral Oil PC made an appearance over at TechPowerUP
In April 2012 Maximum PC did a feature of the 25 New, Kick Ass Case Mods. My Rage in the Machine mod was on that list.
My Commodore PET 2011 mod was featured on The Commodore News Page which I didn't even know about
And made an appearance over at Technabob