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TiDrag

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Professionally done with aerograph painting techniques.

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Doodle-Book

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In honor of Long Ben, the Arch Pirate.

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The Monster Ti

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A simple paint job, with incredible results.

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Chameleon

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Remove the paint and insert an inkjet printout.

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AlBook

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The control unit for an interactive poetry floor.

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ZebraBook

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The ZebraBook, in its native habitat.

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TronBook

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Ever since the new iBook came out and it was revealed that the top and bottom were actually clear plastic painted white on the inside, I have wanted use it in some kind of modification. Up until now the only thing I had done was to change the color of the Apple logo (to blue, of course) but it seemed to me that there was more a lot more that could be done.

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Jill

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She wore a red dress, she drove a red car...

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Powerbook Sapphire

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The first thing I did was to take some stock photos of the Pismo and use photoshop to color them in various ways (select the part you want to color, and on a separate layer fill in the selection with the desired color. Then change the transparency of the colored layer to around 50% and you can get a good approximation of what it might look like in real life)...

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PerplexG3

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Scrape the rubber off a WallStreet Powerbook to reveal its metal layering.

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