Here are some more ....

I've been asked frequently to draw the house elves.  I've been reluctant to because my image of them has been permanently influenced by Mary GrandPre's illustrations, as you can see with Dobby.

I haven't bothered checking back to the fourth book to see how closely this matches the illustration of Winky but my suspicions are firm.

Could this be Professor Sprout?  Hmm, maybe.  I dunno.  I've tried drawing her before and this one got a little closer, but still no cigar.  It's the description of her "flyaway hair" that does it, I love drawing messy hair.

"Malfoy's got detention!  I could sing!" 
I recommend she get a hand first.  I drew this after rediscovering the joys of drawing from Harry Potter and was rejoicing in how much my drawing skills had improved, so I thought I'd test myself and draw an upshot of Hermione's face, which had never worked before.  okay, so my drawing skills haven't improved that much.  And then her arms are in such a weird position that it looks like she's about to punch herself in the nose with the missing hand ...

This is Seamus's banshee (or bean-sidh in the original confusing spelling) from the third book.  Her left hand isn't supposed to be that squashed, it got foreshortened by the curve of the paper into the binding of my new bound sketchbook.
(I have a real sketchbook now, I'm so happy!)

Aside from the house-elves, I've also been requested to draw Voldemort when he was evil.  I have a really hard time drawing evil people, they always look like good people frowning.  But this guy doesn't look "good" at all.  He's the most evil character I've designed yet.  But more evil is on the next page with my more recent Voldemort design...

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