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Jedi and Sith by ShatirLavan Jedi and Sith by ShatirLavan
The light side above, the dark side below. Contrasting lightsaber personalities reflected in the craftsmanship.
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raigy1981 Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
super bad. would u consider making one for someone?
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charlieblue666 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
Came across these entirely by accident... that's some pretty sexy stuff there, nice work!
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dbb4000 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2006
cool
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Soulforge Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2006
Wow, I really like the two designs, athough I must say I prefer the Sith one... >:) I kinda pictured a true Sith adept's lightsaber to be more of an organic flowing quality, kind of like Dooku's curved saber or the smooth contours of Palatine's. Maybe I'll draw one out! Anyway, great work; what kind of materials do you use for projects like this?
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ShatirLavan Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2006
Thank you. I start with a chrome sink tube, cut the emitter end diagonally if that is the design, and start adding bits and pieces of hardware. I'll cut spaces and drill holes for the emitter and activator switch, glue on some sort of grip such as foam or ribbed plastic tubing, and glue on a faucet handle for the pommel. I actually have another saber in the planning stage that is sort of an uncurved version of Dooku's. Keep an eye out for it in 2-4 weeks.
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BLOODSTORME Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
Definately beautiful ...

I do love these. Your work is very professional.
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ShatirLavan Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2006
Thank you, it's always a pleasure to be complimented on one's work.
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BLOODSTORME Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2006  Professional Artisan Crafter
Indeed it is ... and your sabres are way better than mine. I love your work - truly.
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