I took this picture with my iPhone 7, and I'm proud of how good it turned out, kinda looks like a picture you would see of a crazy insane build with an actual camera.
This is another pic with the pc at a different angle, and I think I like the other angle better. This was from a couple of months ago before I got a DisplayPort adapter for the TV, so, as you can see, it is not on.
This is the "business side." The cable management could have been a little better, but I'm happy with it for now. I used those kinds of zip tie/cable tie because I often change things inside the computer, and I used about 20 zip ties before realizing that I needed a better solution than throwing them out every time I needed to change something.
This is my first computer. There is always that scary moment when you turn it on and it doesn't boot, in my case, I pressed the power button and nothing happened. After a little bit of troubleshooting, I found that my motherboard 24-pin cable had been slightly pulled out of position. After fixing it, it sprang to life, and booted no problem. I overclocked the Ryzen 5 1600X from 3.6 ghz to 4.0, because of my Corsair H100i liquid cooler I have no problem keeping it below 100 degrees Fahrenheit. I mostly use it for streaming Fortnite, coding, and web browsing.
I do not yet have a picture up, I'm going to have one a soon as possible.