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Make the Mirkwood Double Bladed Polearm

 

Thanks for coming over from youtube! I am working on this tutorial right now. But I do have the template ready:

The template for this project is here

Bookmark and check back in a few hours!

This project is part of Hobbit week on my youtube channel.

Will has a youtube channel with over 700 videos on projects you can make. Check it out right here

 

 

Mirkwood Polearm

 

Closeup of the polearm

 

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Materials Needed:

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Cut broomstick

Cut your wooden broomstick or dowel to thirty inches in length. The diameter of it doesn't matter too much. Mine is one inch thick.

 

Cut out template pieces

Print up the template and cut out the pieces. There are four pieces labeled A, B, C and D.

Also cut out the patterns in the middle.

 

Trace template onto foam

Tape pieces A and B of the template together and place that on cardboard. Not foamboard. Cardboard is preferable for this because it is thinner.

Trace around it and trace those hole patterns in the middle of it too. Cut that all out of cardboard.
Make two of these. One for each end of the polearm.

 

The traced pieces

Now tape together template parts C and D. Also cut out the big slot in the middle of it. And trace this onto foamboard. Make four of these.

 

The cut out blade pieces

Okay! You end up with six parts like this. Four foamboard parts and two cardboard parts.

Let's put this polearm together!

NextContinue with the tutorial

 

Watch the Video Here

 

 

 


SUPPLIES AND TOOLS

Elmer's Acid-Free Foam Boards, 20 x 30 Inches, 3/16-Inch Thick, Bright White, 2-Count (902015)

 

xacto knife

X-ACTO Z Series #1 Knife with Cap (XZ3601)

 

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