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The Pianist . . It's that moment when the pianist steps on stage and the crowd falls silent. Then the pianist slowly steps to the piano and sits down. A moment of complete silence. Then he puts his fingers on the keys. He waits one more second, then he starts, and the music washes over the crowd like a stormů This creation started out with me finding a new piano-key technique somewhere on the internet and wanting to use it. I made the piano, and came up with the idea of golden shoulder-guards for minifigures as pedals. I left it at that for a few days, then went back and built the pianist, which was challenging because it is hard to get the scale exactly right. As you might have seen in the pictures, the pianist is connected to the stool. the figure is movable, but only very limited.: The arms move up and down, and the head turns. I hope you enjoyed my quick vignette!

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