Solid Crystal and Granite Mjolnir

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by Eaglewood, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Eaglewood

    Eaglewood Sr Member

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    Here they are-- some final touches and these are DONE!!
     
  2. Xenuprime

    Xenuprime Member

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    Very nice work! Are the handles attached? They look interchangeable.
     
  3. Eaglewood

    Eaglewood Sr Member

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    not interchangeable-- I just had them there for show-- the bronze one will go into the black granite and the crystal into the crystal.
     
  4. RJA

    RJA Member

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    Wow. Very cool looking Mjolnirs.
     
  5. Bradleyw

    Bradleyw Well-Known Member

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    i love the detail even on the crystal Mjolnir fantastic work as always
     
  6. Manwithoutfear

    Manwithoutfear New Member

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    Eaglewood,

    Great looking pieces! You can' t have too many Mjolnirs. I am excited to see what you create next in your line of hammers! :lol
     
  7. Superheroguy

    Superheroguy New Member

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    That my dear sir is awesome.
     
  8. roccopeterbilt

    roccopeterbilt New Member

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    I love these hammers, especially the clear one. Is it an acrylic resin casting? I'm amazed you can get it so clear. Do you have any tips or tricks you can share on how you did this? I am interested in doing a man cave sign for a friend who loves Superman. I want to have it look something like the Fortress of Solitude from the Superman movies with that wording in the middle in Red and Blue Superman text. What you did with your hammer could be exactly what I need.
    Thanks in advance, and again great job.
     
  9. Eaglewood

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    The clear one is solid leaded crystal-- not acrylic or resin at all-- so basically you have to melt glass--cast it-- grind it-- etc-- Unless you are prepared to spend $$$$ for the fortress project- I would recommend another option. I have an optical grade casting resin that I have been working with and it may work. Im going to try a hammer and see what a happens.
     
  10. MooMooEgg

    MooMooEgg Sr Member

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    They look fantastic! You cat can't seem to keep away. :cry
     
  11. sonicprops

    sonicprops Active Member

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    it is so cool i want one the granite one is the best mjolnir i have ever seen it is AWESOME!!!! where can i buy one ?
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2012
  12. andurilmat

    andurilmat Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    amazing work, those hammers truly are worthy of a god :)
     
  13. Eaglewood

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