Hello Everybody, today I have the great privilege of introducing a new Guest Designer! This gentleman welcomed me into the crazy hobby that is Lightsaber ownership and my descent into designing! His name is =Ottomatix= and was the first person to interact with me on the forum we are both members of. That was 16 months ago and for fun here is a screenshot of our “meeting”
Yes I used to be called Stan, or at least that was my nickname back then. Not only was =Otto= the first to speak to me when I joined that forum but he also has a Disciple saber! I reckon this means we both have good taste, and to prove my point =Otto= is also a talented and prolific designer himself. And it is his design I am proud to present to you now, on Saint Patrick’s Day here is…
I will be honest (and I have told =Otto= this already) at first I was a bit puzzled at what he was attempting. I looked at the design and just saw alternating colours on various parts as I scrolled through each segment. Then the eureka moment happened when I zoomed out and could see all the colours lined up next to each other. The flag of Ireland was there staring me in the face and I just thought it was an amazing concept!
=Otto= is a much respected member on the forum and I am glad to be able to call him a friend. Even through some rough times on the forum he is still there and we chat whenever we get the chance. I would have posted some of his designs here sooner but I have to be careful as not to recruit any viewers or followers etc from the forum as it’s against the rules. They don’t like people “borrowing” their members!
But as it is Saint Patrick’s Day (or weekend depending on how long you celebrate 😀 ) I couldn’t think of a better day or design to showcase his talent! I hope you enjoyed this design and maybe =Otto= will be willing to share more of his work on this site. I’d like to thank =Otto= for being my friend, thank you the viewers and followers of FTSabersite for your support and invite you back to see more new designs including Rita Repulsa’s new weapon tomorrow! Till next time.
“Slainte” Saberstaff is ©Copyright of =Ottomatix= and is used here with permission. This Guest Design and all other designs, material and related content within this website are covered by ©Copyright of For Tyeth/FTSabersite 2017.
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