Sorry for the double post, but I have good news...I FIGURED OUT HOW TO TAKE SCREENIES! YAY FOR MET FOR TELLING ME HOW TO "FIGURE IT OUT"!! WHY AM I SCREAMING?!?!
So yeah, I just finished taking some cool new pics of the cool new version of my cool new 3D model of my cool new lightsaber that is cooly new. I know that someone already posted a screeny, but I don't think it turned out so great. And besides, he only posted one, but I have...*counts on fingers* 69! I mean, 4! Here they are:
The parts needed to build a 'saber of your very own in Wings 3D. Figure out the colors yourself, you lazy bum. And stop calling me a hypocrit! NOTE: The long cylinder on the right that forms most of the blade (the other part is that red sphere, which makes the end of the blade appear to be round) is longer than that. I couldn't show the whole thing in the pic, sorry.
The handle of the lightsaber, or, what it looks like when the blade isn't ignited. I had to move the cylinder and sphere that formed the blade so they didn't get in the way.
The lightsaber ignited, READY FOR ACTION! HOO-HA!
The cool weird power-source thingymabob that I was talking about in the previous post. This is what makes the blade come out, according to my wild imagination.
I'll be updating the file attachment in my first post very soon, so you can download the new model.
Now all I gotta do is figure out a way to reassemble it, after all the destruction had to do for that first pic. Hmmm...
EDIT: I just realized that I forgot to use the rendered option in Wings that smooths everything out. So if you're wonering why even surface that are supposed to be round don't look that way, well...that's why.