Awesome work! I only just did my first custom 64 in December and am working on a mini one at the moment. Why don't you upgrade the joystick to avoid them going lose? You can get the Gamecube style ones on ebay for $9
Why, the guy has one of the biggest N64 collections in the world. A bunch of his stuff is still sealed and the rarest consoles are not to be played as well. The console I made has a solid black paint job, its the hardest paint to keep clean and scratch/hologram free so its better off to keep behind glass.
Well I guess that if its in a larger collection then that makes sense. Bit like a show car thats just for looks, I just like awesome looking stuff that still gets used but if its treated as a piece of art instead it will last longer for your client and it sounds like he has enough 64's to play on to keep that in a case!
A masterpiece. What a beautiful project that took us over a year from brainstorming the idea, to different designs, color choosing, and finally the hard work by you to make it a reality. A world-class project... commissioned by one of the world's top collectors (me!) of course
Damn that is a sexy paintjob. Some sort of glow in the dark paint right? It it that kind that only shows up under a black light or that kind that once it's had enough light/sun on it, when it's dark it starts glowing?
It is photo luminous paint. It has to get charged with sunlight or UV light and then glows on its own. It can also gets charged with random artificial lighting or with heat but the glowing effect is not as strong.