Accurate MCU Mjolnir dimensions

Loneken

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Definitely a different version than the ones we've seen so far..

robotprops is there anything you can tell us about it without breaking your NDA? If it's from a recent production maybe?
Also, interesting that the inscription on that endplate is different from other screen-used props. The one one the left (which I based my replicas on) reads "HE WHO WIELDS THIS HAMMER COMMANDS THE LIGHTNING AND THE STORM". The one on the right has the more comic book accurate "WHOEVER SO WEILDS THIS HAMMER IF HE BE WORTH SHALL POSSESS THE POWER OF THOR"

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robotprops

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I think I'm safe in saying that it was supplied by Marvel for a commercial that coincides with an upcoming movie.
I was told they have "many" Mjolnirs, which makes sense.
Looking at the quality of this build, I would guess it's one of the stunt heroes. But I can't say for sure. Its very nicely made and great to wield.
I was also lucky enough to handle a Stormbreaker.
 

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robotprops

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Alright, here she is. Actually, I made two. One to scale, and one slightly larger.

The final paint job stressed me out like nothing has for a while. After sealing the Alclad Chrome with Alclad gloss coat I airbrushed some subtle black acrylic to a face of the hammer. Then while the paint was still wet I mister the surface with Windex. This activates the paint and creates interseting patterns. I've done this before with Rubbing Alcohol too, but the alcohol affects the Alclad gloss.

Overall I'm really happy with the result. The Alclad Chrome is overall darker than I was expecting. But it does seem accurate to the movie.

Below are pics of both of the new Mjolnirs I just completed, alongside my original Mjolnir from "back in the day"

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Stunning work!
If you do a kit run, I'm in for one.
 
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Loneken

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I think I'm safe in saying that it was supplied by Marvel for a commercial that coincides with an upcoming movie.
I was told they have "many" Mjolnirs, which makes sense.
Looking at the quality of this build, I would guess it's one of the stunt heroes. But I can't say for sure. Its very nicely made and great to wield.
I was also lucky enough to handle a Stormbreaker.
Amazing! Thank you!
 

Thefaz13

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I think I'm safe in saying that it was supplied by Marvel for a commercial that coincides with an upcoming movie.
I was told they have "many" Mjolnirs, which makes sense.
Looking at the quality of this build, I would guess it's one of the stunt heroes. But I can't say for sure. Its very nicely made and great to wield.
I was also lucky enough to handle a Stormbreaker.
Fantastic!! Do you have more photos?
 

Thefaz13

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No I don’t, sorry. I don’t know why but I never thought to get more pictures of Stormbreaker.
No worries! This photo still works great, thanks for sharing! I was looking to compare the real prop to the paintjob on mine (shown below)
 

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