2 November 2019

2019 Skærbæk Workshop: Batman bits

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.

To finish our selection of workshop builds we look at Mini Accessory, No. 10 (40598 | 6266155) and Mini Accessory, No. 11 both in Silver Metallic/ Flat Silver (50018 | 6266977); two accessory packs from Batman sets that contain amazing pieces and proved so popular, you get an extra-long post!

Edward Eggens “Light tank”


Torbjörn Kristiansson “Dark Pearl Palace”


Maxim Illegems “Industrial Sawing Company”

Sollan “Restaurant”

Sollan “Cafe”

Jonas Wide “Tin Foil Hat #117”

Sieger Douree “Corner lamp - a way to create an invisible connection in a corner”

I love this technique. The right-angled connector is inserted into White 1x3 inverted tiles to create a floating effect.

Huw Millington “Alien Invaders”


Nico Mascagni “Not an electric chair”

Andreas Lenander “Speeder MX5”

Michael Diermann “Pinknator”


Sascha Brüning “Alien Battle Exo-Suit”

Johannes Haimann “Octostriker 4000”

Jonas Wide “Cooling System”

Sieger Douree “Spy Droid"

Andrea Lattanzio “N7G-Mecha"

Gustav Malmborg “Table with candelabra”


Jaap Bijl “Highway with concrete-mixing truck”

I suspect the mixing drum was supposed to rest unconnected against the vehicle but of course this got lost in translation once moved over to the photographer! But hopefully you get the idea, as it is quite a good one.


Daniel Eggens “Snail”


Mini Accessory, No. 10 is found in  three sets: 76122 Batcave Clayface Invasion, 76120 Batman Batwing and The Riddler Heist and 76118 Mr. Freeze Batcycle Battle, while Mini Accessory, No. 11 only appears in 76122 Batcave Clayface Invasion so far. Consider buying the sets using our Amazon links – as an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon USA: Amazon.com Canada: Amazon.ca UK: Amazon.co.uk Deutschland: Amazon.de

So with Skaerbaek done we can soon turn to the Parts Festival proper and see what our hand-picked bunch of builders came up with using these parts and more!



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4 comments:

  1. That corner lamp is so awesome.

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  2. I tried buying these from bricks and pieces but they weren't there. I called customer service to ask about it and was told that they are licensed parts. Makes a bit of sense for the ones that are weapons bits but I don't understand why the one that is mostly bars and studs would be. It seems far too useful to be licensed and not available to other themes.

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    1. That's unfortunate. Let's hope they were mistaken or that things change.

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  3. All those Sabine Wren buckets!

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