Today we shall construct the head and supports for Batman’s unnecessarily large Batcomputer. As was the case last time, the screens are all scans and copies of the official computer monitors that come with 70909 Batcave Break-In set, mounted on tiles using sticker paper.
This is the basis of today’s build:
In order to get the proper angle, the ‘puter’s head uses hinges.
With everything now attached, the computer can be mounted. The height can be adjusted to meet your Batcave’s specific needs, the following is the method I used.
Once built, I gave the finished Batcomputer pride of place in my Batcave. It is a dramatic improvement over the version in the set, much closer to what is seen on screen in The LEGO Batman Movie.
- When I was 3 years old my dad bought home 6659 TV Camera Crew as a gift — he had no idea what he had just unleashed. Three decades and no dark age later, I am still going strong. My love of LEGO led me to a career in Civil Engineering and I am now raising three budding LEGO lovers with my lovely wife who is, bless her, a huge supporter of my brick addiction. When not writing for Brick Fanatics or fulfilling my duties as the U.S. Editor of Blocks Magazine I enjoy collecting, MOCing, exhibiting, as well as running, climbing and home improvement.
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