Making a Star Wars Theme Using R2D2's Hologram

Making a Star Wars Theme Using R2D2’s Hologram

The movie ‘Star Wars’ has captured the imagination of many people and is one of the most beloved movies of all time. Now you can use your artistic talents to create a custom Star Wars theme using R2D2’s hologram of a Jedi Knight. In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw realistic Star Wars props and create a custom R2D2’s hologram.


If you’re a fan of Star Wars, then you’ll love this tutorial on how to make your own hologram of a Star Wars character using RD’s Hologram. This tutorial will show you how to create a 3D image of a Star Wars character using RD’s Hologram, which is a special app that allows you to create holograms.

Step 1: Draw the Background

The first step to making your own hologram is to draw the background. You can use any image you want, but we recommend using an image of a star field.

Once you have your background, print it out on a transparency sheet. Make sure that the print is big enough to fit your entire hologram.

Step 2: Cut Out the Center

The next step is to cut out the center of the transparency. This will be the part of the hologram that projects the 3D image.

Make sure that the hole is big enough to fit the projector lens, but not too big or else the projection will be blurry.

Step 3: Place the Projector Lens

Now it’s time to place the projector lens inside the cutout hole. Make sure that the lens is centered and that it’s pointing downwards.

Step 4: Turn on the Projector and Enjoy!

Now all you need to do is turn on your projector and enjoy your very own Star Wars-themed hologram!

Step 2: Draw the Base of R2D2

Now that you have your supplies, it’s time to start drawing the base of R2D2. Begin by drawing a large oval in the center of your paper. This will be the body of R2D2.

Next, add two smaller circles above the oval for R2D2’s head. Then, draw a line down the center of the oval to divide it into two halves. This will be R2D2’s midsection.

Now, add two rectangular shapes on either side of the oval for R2D2’s legs. Finally, add two small circles at the bottom of the oval for R2D2’s feet.

Your drawing is now complete! You can now move on to Step 3: Adding the Details.

Step 3: Draw the Base of the Jedi Knight’s Robe

With a black permanent marker, draw the Jedi Knight’s robe on the bottom half of the white poster board. Make sure the robe is long enough to reach the ground.

Next, use a ruler to draw a line down the center of the robe. This will be the center seam of the robe.

Then, use the black marker to draw a hood on the top of the Jedi Knight’s head. The hood should be large enough to cover the entire head.

Finally, add some details to the Jedi Knight’s robe. You can add wrinkles or folds to make it look more realistic.

Step 4: Add Lightsaber to R2D2’s Hologram

In this step, we will be adding a lightsaber to R2D2’s hologram.

First, you will need to find a picture of a lightsaber. You can either search for one online or find one in a Star Wars movie.

Once you have found a picture of a lightsaber, open it in an image editing program like Photoshop or GIMP.

Next, you will need to resize the image so that it is the same size as R2D2’s hologram. Once you have done this, you can save the image and close the program.

Now, open RD’s Hologram and go to the ‘Layers’ tab. Here, you will see an option to add a new layer. Click on this and select ‘Add Image.’

Choose the image of the lightsaber that you just saved and click ‘Open.’ The image will now be added to the hologram!

You can move the image around by clicking and dragging it with your mouse. You can also rotate it by clicking on the ‘Rotate’ icon in the toolbar.

Once you are happy with how the lightsaber looks, you can save the hologram and close RD’s Hologram.


This is how you make a Star Wars theme using RD’s hologram. First, you need to get a hold of an RD-D2 or C-3PO hologram. Next, use Photoshop to create a background that looks like the inside of the Millennium Falcon or another spaceship. Finally, add in some stars and other effects to really make it look like you’re in outer space.

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