Thursday, January 8, 2009

Nintendo Game Shelf

Sorry its been a while since I posted... classes and work keep me occupied. I'm going to try and put up a few of my older projects soon, as well as the project I'm working on now for my new truck... and if it all goes well some updates to the surfboard fin post. So about a year ago I built a shelf with slots specially shaped to fit all the different nintendo cartridges, dvd cases, as well as a few other random game cartridges. I also made a chamber in the bottom with red rope light inside and put a plexiglass piece in front of it with the nintendo logo spray painted on it. I don't have any photos of the process, its pretty simple though. I still need to make wooden blocks for the N64 games so they don't slide too far back into the slots, I already made the SNES blocks.












2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello SCAD inc.,

My name is John Ondrey. I’m an editorial intern for Game Informer Magazine, and I’m currently working on an online story that highlights the best and most creative case mods. I’ve taken notice of your very cool giant SNES controller, and with your permission, I’d like to showcase it. Is that OK? Can I ask you a few quick questions about it?

How many people worked on it (just 3)?
How long did it take to make?
What was the most difficult step?
Did you sell it (judging by pics and posts, you didn’t)? If so, how much did you sell it for or would you sell it for?

Thank you for your time. Please let me know if you’d like me to use your real names, otherwise, I will simply use CaBBage and Sugar if that’s all right (I do not know the name of the third creator!). Thanks for your time! And again, great job!

(please e-mail me back at ondr0014@umn.edu)

John Ondrey
Editorial Intern
Game Informer Online
724 First Street North - 4th Floor
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Cell: 612-616-8649
Work: 612-486-6098
AIM: johndrey32
Xbox Live: Johndrey

Ashley said...

You are awesome! I'd totally be your girl!