Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Lightsaber: Part 4

Back again guys,

Now, I think everyone in the last blog commented that they liked design number 2 better. It's amazing! I chose design 2 for my saber as well. I chose it not only for the way it looks but the room inside the hilt to place wires and such. This brings me to the topic of this post. THE INSIDE.

After deciding what my exterior was going to look like, I needed to research how to actually wire the thing up. This actually proved to be the most difficult thing. The first thing I needed to work out was if I wanted sound or not. Of course I did want sound in it.

I went down to the shops and bought myself one of those toy lightsaber's for kids and ripped it apart. I took the sound card and placed it in storage for later. At this point I knew it was going to be a difficult task due to the sound card being so small, but having multiple wires coming from it.

So guys, in the comments section I would like you to predict what colour my lightsaber actually is! Ill give you a hint. It's either green, blue, red or purple. (The typical colours for lightsabers) I think it will be interesting to see what colour people would make their lightsaber!

Sorry I couldn't provide a photo of anything this time.  Photobucket is being a pain.

Until next time, stay safe


I didn't get as much comments as I would have liked on the last blog but I cant really help that. I guess people don't want to read my blog. Don't worry though, I'll keep going and try and get my blog up and going!


  1. I personally would have a purple one, but you seem like more of a red lightsaber dude.
    +1 follower, I hope you update this!

  2. I have to say I think trichinas has it right on the mark you'll probably go for a red saber. Personally I think Purple or maybe green.

  3. A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for his client

  4. Nice read, based on your colour scheme for this site I am going to say green!

  5. I'd say red too. Would like to see a picture.

  6. Looks good so far, what are you using to design and build this with?