my hogwarts portraits

‘The castle seemed very quiet even for a Sunday. Everybody was clearly out in the sunny grounds, enjoying the end of their exams and the prospect of a last few days of term unhampered by studying or homework.
Harry walked slowly along the deserted corridor, peering out of windows as he went. He could see people messing around in the air over the Quidditch pitch and a couple of students swimming in the lake, accompanied by the giant squid.
He was finding it hard at the moment to decide whether he wanted to be with people or not. Whenever he was in company he wanted to get away, and whenever he was alone he wanted company.’

Luna Lovegood. (How I imagined her when reading the books)

I really had to push myself to finish this one. I feel it looks crappier than my previous portraits, but I’m tired and anxious these days so I’ll leave it like this.

Who should I do next? I was thinking of young Sirius, or Hugo Weasley, or Remus my love, or Lilypads… we’ll see.

my fave bit of the old hp ffs on ff.net were the moments where lily would be angry, go by the great lake and see a beautiful deer that she stroked and talked to about ‘stupid toerag potter’ 

“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good”

Clint and Nat absolutely found all seven secret passages within a year of being friends and they would absolutely always be in trouble except the teachers can never pin them for their crimes

HAS ANYONE!?

Has anybody else noticed that GIFS are the brainchild of the wizarding world’s moving portraits?

Like, wizards thought they could share some of their magic with us. They were just like, “let’s show those muggles what a REAL portrait is.” You know, out of the kindness of their hearts.

But then it just got out of hand and the muggle world went crazy making GIFS and now look at where we are.

Wizards are face-palming over our new form of photographs. Wizards are all like, “I think we made a mistake. We might be semi-responsible for the inevitable collapse of muggle society. 30 percent of beneficial production has ceased. They weren’t ready for this.”