About me

A Lego enthusiast with an interest in armored fighting vehicles. My main goal is to replicate the functionality of these vehicles while retaining the historically accurate exterior appearance. I primarily build vehicles from the second World War, as this era includes a wide range of complexly engineered and uniquely designed vehicles, though occasionally I will occasionally make other models that are interesting in appearance or mechanical design.

Home state: Minnesota, USA
Occupation: Currently a student in college with a chemistry major
Other hobbies: Cycling, building/painting 1/35th scale models of armored vehicles, photography, and playing music on either clarinet or piano.


  1. Hi Tommy, I'm looking for a Lego designer to realize small batches of "ready to use"-sets of poupular military MOCs. Your models are absolutely awsome. Maybe it would be possible to use somem of them. Please contact me at peterwila76@gmail.com if you are interested to earn some money with your outstanding designs. It would be great to get a response from you. Best regards Peter

    1. I don't think I will be able to take up your offer, as I am currently at college, and it is very difficult for me to find time to design models, and logistically creating sets is a rather time intensive and expensive venture.

  2. Hello Tommy,
    I like very much your tanks and I would like to know if you could make inside detailed in your tank to be able to put it minifig because I almost finished redoing your Renault ft and I shall like a German tank in front of him. That of the Renault ft was really very well made and being French and fascinated I can tell you that he(it) is just magnificent.
    Thank you in advance Mathéo

  3. Dear Tommy,
    How are you. I wrote a request yesterday. I don’t know whether it reached you or not. So I write again.
    Your interdictor cruiser MOC-7985 is very beautiful. I would like to know the size of it (length, width and height) in cm, if possible? How strong (tough) it is?
    Do you know a supplier which is quite cheap?
    Thank you.

    Best regards,


    1. I didn't see your post on Rebrickable, dimensions are 58cm x 32cm x 22cm. I haven't built the model in real life, though I tried my best to make it as structurally strong as possible. It is probably over engineered in some places.
      For suppliers, I would suggest checking around Bricklink, with the bulk buy option from Rebrickable, or try importing the model into Stud.io, and that can be used to find parts. It would probably be best to find bulk lots of the major parts, that would be cheaper to do than buy many lots of small parts.

  4. Hi Tommy,

    Thank you very much. Do you know, if someone build the interdictor cruiser? Depending on the price I will try.
    Best regards from Germany,


    1. Not that I know of, I know someone on Eurobricks wanted to build it as well. I would, though I currently have the time or all of the parts to build the model with college, at would be somewhat expensive to do.

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  6. Hi Tommy, i love all your videos and i would like to know if you can do a panzerwagen auf 3 d / 1 in lego (rc) .I would be very happy if you make the model but I would be even more if you published the instructions in pdf. Thanks and goodbye