Introduction: Lightsaber/lightwand for Light Painting Photography With Basic Materials

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This is my first Instructable.Want to lightpaint but dont habe gear no worries her i will show you how to make an light saber just using some basic materials

Step 1: Materials Required-

1 or 2 a4 sized white sheet (depends on how long u want to make)

One emergency torch

Scissors or paper cutter

Tape

Alumunium foil (it is required if you are making a long one)

Step 2: Preparing Paper

Roll the paper on the torch. Then measure it and cut the excess.

Step 3: Making the Wand

Now tape the 2 papers vertically.

Step 4: Now Roll It and Tape It to the Torch

Now roll the paper and stick it by using tape. Now using one open end stick the roll to the torch.Now cover the other opening by using a circle cut from white paper. I have made 2 of them.

Step 5: Last Step(optional)

This is optional. This step will make your lightsaber more brighter. This is really helpful when You are making a long one.In this you need to cover the open top with a circle cut from alumunium oil instead of white paper as mentioned bfore in the last step.

Step 6: Results.

I have shared some results here. Follow me on Instagram-vaibhavdevnani7 if you liked this Instructable.

And comment down if you have any suggestion.

Ps-don't forget to votre

UPDATE-You can also use coloured sheets to make a colourful lightpaintings. You can use 2 different colour sheets or multicolour sheets like i have used 2 white sheets this will give you multicolour lightpainting.

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DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2017-06-25

Very nice job of light painting.

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vaibhavdevnani7 made it! (author)2017-06-25

I made 2

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