Today is a big day for Piano Man. He is going to participate in a huge annual history project, where 100% participation is not a requirement but a pure pleasure to attend by all. This annual school project involves students picking a historical figure from ancient times to present day figures, such as European football (soccer) professionals like Messi, prominent physicians who paved the way in medicine and science, and anything their young creative minds can imagine.
Piano Man chose a famous figure from the 18th century, which was perplexing to me since I didn’t think he knew much about this person. Personally, I had hoped he would be the well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright but that would be displacing my desires upon his heart.
It’s been an extremely busy semester with hours in the dark room for my photography class, and I had to prepare and plan ahead with each of his costume pieces in spare moments of my day or on weekends when things felt a little more sane.
So without further adieu, here is Piano Man sitting in costume like that of:
I planned on sharing photos of the night’s festivities tomorrow, but I couldn’t help myself. I asked Piano Man to take a photo in the same portraiture position of Mozart to give a side-by-side comparison.
I’ve got two new tutorials, Mozart-styled Red Jacket and Making a Music Note-Inspired Paper Wig lined up next week. So be on the lookout for that.
Enjoy your Thursday!
From my hometown to yours,