30 October 2019

2019 Skærbæk Workshop: the crook bit

In September 2019 we ran a workshop at the Skaerbaek Fan Weekend in Denmark. 60 AFOLs were given two hours to make interesting stuff using some of the newest LEGO® parts, and a supply of mostly random brick stock. Of the hundreds of models and tablescraps created, we are presenting some of the most interesting to inspire your own creations. My thanks to the SFW organisers, the New Elementary team on the day and our cheery photographer, Andrew Tipping.

We were surprised how popular the shepherd's staff, or crook (Tool, No. 10 in Medium Azure – 49492 | 6256157) proved at the workshop, so what better way to start this Parts Festival than to look at the creative ideas people came up with. Sadly the curved section is thinner than 3.18mm and so clips cannot connect to it, but that didn't stop them.

Axel Meyer “Curtain”




Bartlomiej Huetter “Glasses”


Nico Mascagni “Safety pins”

Jessica Rolander “Indoor floor lamps”



Eric Dubois “Sled”


Gian Giacomo Baraldi “Forgotten”


Eric Dubois “Curved surface experimentation”

Petter Åkeson “Underwater flower”



Eric Dubois “Tree swing”

Petter Åkeson “Shepherd’s Jellyfish”



Sieger Douree “Star Wars engine energy part”



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