Yes, I know angelfish4 said not to use the plexi, but I did. Why? Because at the time, I was 3/4 of the way finished so I thought- what the hell- finish it.
The top and bottom black pieces are made of corroplast. The clear piece on the top is a piece of impact resistant non-glare plexi that a friend of mine gave me.
The back piece was painted with a light dusting of metallic silver and flat black overtop.
All the pieces look dirty because, well they are. It's also because I took off all the plastic and had all the pieces treated at a autobody shop that I did my high-school co-op at with a liquid plastic that melts off with hot water.
All in all- it defintely does not look pretty, and it probably doesn't hold water. (Long term testing starting next Monday.)
IF, for some reasons unknown that it DOES hold water, I think I'll polish it up, finsh the edges, maybe put some sort of decorative border on the corners and either sell it or give it to my sister.
If it doesn't hold water (more reasonable), I'll think I'll secure the lid and put a locking device on it, and we can use it at work to put dangerous confisicated items in.