Q:

Can I buy your models?

 

A:

Yes! I design custom models for clients. So, if you have a dream build in mind, we can make it happen together!

In most cases, models you see in my portfolio, however, are not available for direct sale. They were either built for my own enjoyment, or else designed for a specific client, and most are one-of-a-kind. Generally my models don't stay together long after they have been photographed, since their component parts quickly become useful to my next project(s) and I don't have the luxuries of unlimited space or unlimited bricks.

If you have interest in purchasing a particular model, let me know and we may be able to find a creative solution, such as building you a new model similar to the design in question, or—if possible—replicating the original model.


Q:

How much does a Model cost?

A:

It varies. Dependent on the size and complexity of the model, a new commissioned build can cost anywhere from a hundred twenty dollars to thousands of dollars. Since I work hourly, a larger and/or more difficult project can take me longer to design, and therefore cost more in labor. Also, larger models require more bricks, and so cost more in materials and shipping.

See more about commissions.


Q:

Do you make instructions for your models?

A:

Yes! I have put together instruction manuals for select builds from my portfolio, and the number of guides available is always growing. You can find these instruction manuals in my store. If you want directions on how to build something not listed in my store, send me a message; sometimes, on commission, I can fabricate a manual for an old design.


Q:

Can I follow your work?

 

A:

Absolutely! I go by @aaronbrickdesigner on my social media platforms. Find me using these buttons.


Q:

How much LEGO do you own?

A:

Never enough! If I had to guess, I'd wager around 50,000-100,000 parts in myriad shapes and colors. My collection is always growing, especially when it comes to new and interesting bricks.