My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz
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    My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    I decided to bling up my GW-A1100 (green accent version).

    - I had all of the silver colored pieces dipped in yellow gold (with the exception of the two big buttons on the right)

    - I also painted the bezel text with the appropriate gold paint

    - My motivation here was the 30th anniversary model as far as the gold goes.

    - With the green and the gold it reminds me of the Wizard of Oz.

    Terrible lighting but here are some shots.















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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    I think that looks pretty good!!!!!! :)

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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Quote Originally Posted by Worker View Post
    I think that looks pretty good!!!!!! :)
    Thanks! I actually thought of it while watching the Wizard of Oz with my niece. I think some will like it and some won't. But it's definitely a one of a kind now.

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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Looks like it should have came that way from Casio!
    When was it ever a question of need?



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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Quote Originally Posted by Olyeller68 View Post
    Looks like it should have came that way from Casio!
    Thanks!

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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Just fixed the photos. They should show up now without having to click on a link. Not sure why it did that......

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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Like the gold dipping, was it expensive...???

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    My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Quote Originally Posted by D1cky986 View Post
    Like the gold dipping, was it expensive...???
    Not at all! He charged me 60 bucks. But I do know the guy so he cut me a huge price break.
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    Re: My GW-A1100 Creation: The Wizard of Oz

    Awesome!
    Very good job!
    I also liked your dark green rangeman!

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