Except for the first one - that I decided to post in a single canvas now -, here are some new sketches of Auror!Potter that I did - because I’m still inspired and when I’m inspired, I can’t stop. Dark and angst, just how I like him. This time, full body and sillhouettes too.
‘’In Pthumerian history, it is said that this elusive blade was created in the dreams of a slumbering Great One of legend. Ripped from shadow, it was gifted to those who would share in the wisdom of the Eldritch truth.
The wielder of this blade can channel a great power from the Abyss. Of course, to wield this power is to bind both body and soul to the will of the ancients. A true blessing in the eyes of the Pthumerians indeed.
Throughout his long life, the old King of Cainhurst was obsessed with finding the Pthumerian’s closely kept secret. ‘’
Bloodborne Concept art of a blade heavily guarded in the Ancient Chalices. In the process of creating this, I was inspired by both Azothoth and Yog-Sothoth for their elusive nature. Yog-Sothoth inspired the jeweled orbs on the sword, while Azothoth inspired the awakened state of this blade, unleashing terrible power.
Would any hunter, or anyone, be interested in wielding a sword of great power?
Concept art, by Adam Brockbank, of St. Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries, for scenes from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The scenes were cut from the final shooting script.
“The beast’s scales had turned pale and flaky during its long incarceration under the ground; its eyes were milkily pink: both rear legs bore heavy cuffs from which chains led to enormous pegs driven deep into the rocky floor.Its great, spiked wings, folded close to its body, would have filled the chamber if it spread them, and when it turned its ugly head towards them, it roared with a noise that made the rock tremble, opened its mouth and spat a jet of fire that sent them running back up the passageway.” -Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
I was inspired to sketch some Auror!Potter today, so here’s the ones I started to post on new instagram of my concepts/headcanons of him :) @potterbyblvnk
I like to think Harry play with the snitch whenever he’s under pressure or just need to think. Last three ones are Harry with a modern auror training uniform, I guess :D I couldn’t decide the hairstyle - but more I paint him, more I prefer the man bun. Yep!
Thought about how Ilvermorny uniforms should look like! Stuck to the blue & red color scheme and gordian knot uniform descriptions via pottermore.com and added Native American & Hogwarts influenced aesthetics to the robes.
Bronze/gold brooches pinned to the top of student robes signify house symbols, while ponchos showcase the year of the student via number of stripes/bands similar to how the age of trees are read (tree rings). Robe style follows Hogwarts robes.
Note: Cultural fact (which I’ve just recently learned from an Anon - thank you so much!) headdress feathers that are showcased to be flared and upright indicates hostility and war, while headdress feathers that are faced down symbolizes peace.
The character above just happens to have feathers raised up for purely aesthetic reasons, although this’ll be a point that I’ll remember for future fanart :P
How do you think Ivermorny uniforms should look like? :)
Ok guys, it’s your turn! What is your favorite hairstyle for Auror Potter?? 1, 2, 3 or 4? Those were made very quickly like 15 minutes so they are just sketches, but here you can see most of my paintings of Auror Potter that I tried to explore those hairstyle. My favorite is 4, Harry with a man bun :> What about you?