Lambert Van Haven was always a cool kid, although his classmates found him a little odd and distant. Lambert was not the playful type, but preferred to sit by himself with his sketch pad and a piece of charcoal in his hand. He didn’t need a subject in front of him – everything that ended up on his pad was born in his imagination. And the ideas that sprang from this young gentleman’s mind were grand. His classmates would see images of amazing ballrooms, a church altar like nothing the world had ever seen before, or castles that made Versailles look like a modest garden shack, when they finally talked him into showing them his work.