For Anon who wanted: “Would you be willing to draw Tom teaching Harry how to perform wandless magic? Set during Harry’s time maybe?”
Time is a bit ambigous, but it’s still Tom teaching Harry about wandless magic, as follows:
“Do you know why so many parselmouths have been Dark Lords?” asked Tom.
“No,” said Harry. “I suppose because they’re supposed to be evil.”
Tom made a small sound, like a snort. “Hardly. That’s what they want you to think. They were powerful. They had the power to change the world. They knew they had the power and they grasped it.”
“Serpensortia lumen,” said Tom. It took Harry a moment to realize that Tom had spoken in parseltongue. He still had trouble telling it apart from English.
Over Tom’s hand, Tom’s empty, wandless hand, a glowing snake floated.
“Wandless magic is a lot easier when normal spells are spoken in parseltongue. Now it’s your turn.”
“My turn?” Harry repeated, not as excited by the prospect as Tom seemed to assume.
“Yes, your turn.”
Harry, of course, couldn’t resist the challenge.