Morniel is an artist, with more talent than anybody might expect could be rolled up into one man. He’s just chomping at the bit to be discovered, and have dealers knocking at his door. However, art critics who see the modern, impressionistic art are less than impressed. Then it happens, the day that Morniel is discovered. A strange purple light brings a stranger to his room.
The futuristic art scholar assures Morniel of his immense fame to come. As glorious as his future may be, apparently all his early work, meaning his work to date, is rubbish. Isn’t there any hint of the genius that is to come?
Time runs short for our futuristic art lover. What will he think if he learns that the mature work of Morniel’s is actually copied from someone else? A problem means that the scholar from the future and Morniel switch places. The visitor from the future now agonizes over how to make a living, and that he fears his art is only a derivative. A knock off of the great Morniel. It is… isn’t it?