My best friend and I, whilst at a local electronics shop (which is where we usually get all of our brilliant ideas) decided once and for all that painting his spare HAF-X case with an arctic camo color scheme was a brilliant idea. We sourced the paints that we were after from a variety of different stores. You'd be surprised at how little variety there is these days. We got the desired paints (and clear coat), some masking tape (and some prep-wash) and then headed back to his to begin. We disasembled the case and then set out to draw (and cut) up the stencils that we were planning on using for the camo design. The base color was a flat white, with a dusk grey layer and then a medium grey layer and last but not least, a matte black layer which was then covered with a layer of clear coat. These are the pictures we took of the entire process. It's important to us for you guys to know that this was a completely random idea that we had and wasn't influenced in any shape or form by any other designs or builds. We designed each seperate stencil BY HAND ourselves. Everything you see was creation from OUR noggins. Just to clear that up. We had an absolutely amazing time and are REALLY pleased with the results! We're planning on selling this case (as it's a spare), would anyone here be interested? .