Thor Movie Hammer Papercraft

Well, I've gone and done it.

In case you haven't heard, the Thor movie was freakin' awesome. Being the enormous geek that I am, I wanted my own Mjolnir to throw around and smack frost giants senseless with.

So I made my own!

Yes, I have too much time in my hands to design and make a life-size movie Mjolnir papercraft model. I used Tektonten's wonderful Thor hammer papercraft as basis for the design and construction, and though my build is pretty sloppy, I'm pretty happy with how it came out!

It's 16 inches of blood, sweat and awesome!

I'll probably post the template once I've formatted it to be easier to read and build, since I pretty much scratch-built it in Photoshop only.


Finally, here's the template for this movie Mjolnir papercraft! Please forgive this newbie's template! :)
Pages: 3
Size per page: 11" x 17"
Hammer dimensions: 8.5" (hammer head width) x 5" (hammer head height) x 16" (total hammer length)

Any comments and suggestions about this template can be directed via my email (beholdthegeek[dot]gmail[dot]com). Know of any other cool comic book-related papercraft projects out there? Share some in the comment box below. Thanks for reading!

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  1. Thanks you so much for this movie hammer !!
    I am thinking make it with more details !

    All the best !

  2. Thank you for saving me $20 at Walmart for the Lightning Hammer toy, although I might still get that. :)

  3. Welcome to the blog, guys!


    If you'll be making a hammer with more details than mine, I'd love to see that once it's done. :)


    Haha...yeah I thought I might save people a couple of bucks. Would have settled for that toy too but without a strap and with the hammer head a little too narrow for my taste, papercraft's the way to go. :)

  4. i'd love to get one with a line-art view so I can use it as a template for a tattoo I've always wanted to get. Been a huge Thor fan since Simonson was on the book, but the movie hammer feels closest to what I think it should look like.

  5. That would be the baddest assest tattoo ever. Well done :)

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  7. Thank you so so much for making this hammer! NEVER THOUGHT I COULD FIND THIS!

    1. The internet is a magical place, Oscar! :) Glad to be of service!

  8. Thanks! This is great. Im trying to make a ceramic one for display and this surprisingly helps alot

    1. You're welcome anon! Let us know how it goes!