music and design

anonymous asked:

What is your version of Music Meister's backstory since there is virtually none mentioned in the canon?

Now that I can’t answer! There’s are secrets about Music Meister that will be revealed during his appearance, and I don’t want to spoil them for you.

Really, the only things I can reveal is that his name is Alastor Sharpe, he comes from money, is incredibly charismatic, and does what he does because he’s painfully bored. He is a hedonist of the highest order, and does anything/one that appeals to him or makes him feel good.

He’s British, gorgeous, and INCREDIBLY eccentric.

I also have some AMAZING character designs that @ritzy-biscuit drew for me. If she’s cool with it, I think I’m ready to share them with you. I mean, you’ve HEARD him now, so you should be about ready to see him too.

Currently hung up over two somewhat minor details. The first is that I was struck by the urge to pick up some orange silk to accent the the armholes the way the peekaboo is done on the actual costume. 

The second is far more boring and it’s literally as simple as not being able to figure out exactly what’s going on with the pleating on the skirt of the stage show costume and it’s driving me nuts because it should be the simplest thing.

But either way, bodice is assembled and the next big thing after pleating is to try and figure out how I want to attach the bodice and skirt pieces.

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show curtains

legally blonde // lion king // hello, dolly // sweeney todd // matilda // wicked // something rotten // sunset boulevard // book of mormon // gentelman’s guide

OH MY GOD!  You just can not imagine how I TIRED!  Guys, the days are so slow and I’m waiting for this school year to end!  Next year I will have to take exams and … I’m just horrified!  What items do you want to take?  Or have they already passed?  How are you doing?  I wish you good luck and patience!  I love you, guys!

“"oh dear evan hansen’s lighting and set design is so simple omg!1!!!”“ like?? bitch where ?? the lighting and set design of dear evan hansen is one of the most complicated, intricate, and innovative that has ever been on broadway.