|ERN003-PC (La Vie en Rose)
|made for the feature "Bistro DIY" in Monthly PC-DIY Nov.issue 2003.|
|Making of the frame|
|1 Make a motherboard base with aluminum stays.|
2 Make a frame with vinyl chroride pipes appropriate for the size of motherboard.
3 You have to see that the parts would settle on the frame properly.
|Basic modelling with styrene foam|
|4 Stick together the styrene foams so that they contain the frame inside.
5 Curve the styrene foam block with knife.
|Making of the details|
|6 Make hands. Aluminium chords are put inside in the fingers.|
6 Make a hair. Stick many small styrene blocks to produce thickness.
|Surface modelling with clay|
|7 Having finished basic rendering with styrene, put micro-hollow-globular-resin-clay on it for suface modelling.|
|8 Having finished sand paper working on the surface, paint white with material
such as Turner-Neocolor.|
9 Frames can be painted by lacquers.
|Assembling of the parts|
|10 Assemble the parts.|
11 Make a switching devise.
|Confirmation of the operation|
|12 Confirm the operation as PC.|
|13 It's finished. Took almost a week.|
|CPU||VIA C3 1GHz Nehemiah|
|M/B||VIA EPIA M10000 (C5XL)|
|Memory||DDR SDRAM 256MB|
|HDD||Maxtor Fireball3 40GB|
|Power supply||TORICA MPW-200NH (MicroATX 200W)|
|Produced by Matsumura Katsuya (S.A.E..)|