Like I said before, please tell me before you take anything... 

Here's Lupin sleeping on the train.  He really doesn't look that tired, with how this picture is shrunk down.  Oh well.

Here's the Shrieking Shack.  I drew this one during an English class.  I think the house looks a little too North American, though.

This was intended to be the picture from the Potters' wedding that Harry has in his photo album.  Every time I look at it, I like it less and less, so I think I'm going to have to redraw it from scratch.  In the meantime, this version will stay here.

This was my first attempt at doing a computer-coloured foreground and background.  Apart from the fact the background is way too solid and blocky, I'd say it looks okay.  This is when Neville is explaining that his worst fear is Professor Snape.  Lupin's smiling because 1) it says so in the book and 2) he's picturing dressing up his worst enemy in very unbefitting clothes.

I've got news for you, Peter: They ain't your friends no more

"And what do I need with a bit of old parchment?" said Harry.
"A bit of old parchment!" said Fred, closing his eyes with a grimace as though Harry had mortally offended him.  "Explain, George."

(I drew this one on the bus.  Nice, eh?)

That's all for the third book!  If you want to go back to the main art page, be my guest.  

If you want to go ahead to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, feel free to do that, too.

All images 1999 Tealin Raintree