Now for a VAS-HG custom job with a plethora of awesomeness, presenting "El Guapo" version 1 by spenzalii.
"El Guapo" is a fully wireless, dual modded (PS3, 360 thanks to Gummowned's Leo board) VAS-HG with Arc-Eye's connected to a Master Strike PCB that allows for some unique lighting options. The case itself is coated with a Harley Davidson black pearl powder coat that accents the birch plywood sides.
The art, by yours truly, features the logos of everyone involved in this (save for spenzalii himself) from the Sanwa and Seimitsu logos for the suppliers of the parts to those of PurpleArms, Gummowned (Bob the Builder), Arcadeforge.de and yours truly on a modified BlazBlue layout with Chun Li art over the SSFIV logo (giving spenzalii what I believe is his first stick with his main on it).
The art is simple enough, the hard part was really finding a way to best put all the logos together. In fact, I believe spenzalii actually adjusted them a bit more after I sent the file to him (tweaking my logo a bit to call the stick a" D3Vlicious Production" for a bit of dramatic flair). The logo and the BlazBlue layout were actually meant to be etched into the acrylic top panel, however, these are now being saved for the "version 2" update to the stick (hence the reason the current build is called "version 1").
As previously mentioned, the not only is the stick dual modded to work wirelessly with both the Playstation 3 and XBox 360, but it also features controllable lights thanks to the Master Strike PCB. Here's a video by spenzalii demonstrating this.
Here are a few more images of "El Guapo."
Front view showing of the flush mounted Neutrik USB B port.
Close up of Chun Li, note the VAS-HG lettering around the dustwasher
Lower left with Sanwa, PurpleArms and D3Vlicious logos
Lower right with the PS3, XBox 360, Seimitsu and ArcadeForge.de logos plus Bob the Builder for Gummowned.
Bottom shot showing the internal wiring and PCBs.