On the 31st July, J.K.Rowling will turn 50 and Harry Potter and Neville Longbottom will be 35 (35?! God I feel old!) So in celebration of this and how much Harry Potter means to so many people, here is some incredible fan art!
If you're looking for beautiful artwork, deviantart.com is a great place to start. Anyone can join, and the website is filled with incredible talent - and a lot of Harry Potter fans. These images are stunning, and their creators have obviously put in a lot of time and effort to show their love of Harry Potter. This goes to show how awesome Potterheads really are!
"Lily Potter and baby Harry"
It takes some skill to create digital art and a lot of dedication - it can be tricky to master! It's nice to see Lily with her son too, this is a lovely image!
This drawing made me smile. All Potterheads know this scene! I especially love to see images of Snape because it makes me think of one of my favourite scenes in the films: when we see Snape's memories in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
I love how the background of this image matches his green eyes. The image is bright even though there's not a lot of colour. It's brilliant!
"Dobby - Harry Potter"
I love his cute blue eyes against the sepia background. I adore Dobby! Who doesn't?
I love the detail in this image. Beautiful!
Again I love the detail in this image too. It must have taken a long time to draw each character and it's nice to see them all together.
I love this image because it reminds me of another one of my favourite scenes from the movies. Also, I think this was done on Photoshop and I admire anyone who can produce amazing art using a computer - I've tried it and it's very hard!
"Harry Potter 7 Wallpaper"
My favourite thing about this image is the reflection of Hogwarts in the water. Beautiful.
"Tonks and Lupin"
N'aawww! One of my favourite couples from HP. Love the colours!
"Snape and Lily - Always"
This is my favourite. I love it so much because it focuses on Snape and Lily and nothing else - they are not in Harry's bedroom like in the last film, which has been replaced with a cloudy grey background. The choice of colours reflect a few important themes: sorrow, grief, death, and I like that the only face you can see is Snape's because it forces you to focus on the expression, which gives away what this painting is about - Snape has just found the love of his life murdered. "Always" - oh the feels!
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