It's all in the Details
To be honest, a product like this really needs a full blown photo shoot at a studio that is able to light the case properly so you can see the detail in the work.
A close-up of the cover shows some of the detail in the work as the limited edition label sparkles as light passes over it.
The white is not a camera effect from lighting. Smooth Creations went in to give the illusion of light reflecting off of the painted on bolt.
It is little touches like the reflecting light that really make the case stand out from the crowd.
To find a flaw in the work you have to look over the entire case with a flashlight and a magnifying glass. I was able to find one area that was not painted. It took around 30 minutes of searching to find this small imperfection, the only one I was able to find.
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