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THE thing I like about horror films and tales of the supernatural is that they are fun for all ages. Yes, some aspects of the macabre can be only for adults, but by and large, everyone can enjoy wolves howling at the moon, ghosts walking through walls and things that go bump in the night. I’ve started this website because I want to explore the world of British horror and the supernatural.
And since immersing myself in the subject, I’ve discovered how British writers are so enamoured with writing horror fiction for children. A lot of people I know have read the Harry Potter books as adults and loved them (including my 85-year-old uncle) but I lack the patience to work through those weighty J.
I do love the movies, however, and that’s why I’m looking forward to the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour in Leavesden, in Hertfordshire north of London, when it opens The Making of Harry Potter in March 31, 2012. You know the tours are going to be hugely popular and therefore chock-a-block but it will be worth it to see such amazing props and creepy gothic sets.
I’ve done Warners Bros Movie World on the Gold Coast in Australia and I’ve visited Universal Studios in Hollywood, which I both found lacking. The tour promises to have plenty to showcase the brilliant artistry and talent that went into British blockbuster’s marvellous props, costumes and sets.
The studio has been used for many top films, including Goldeneye, Sleepy Hollow (excellent!), The Dark Knight and Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. Anyway, I’ll be making my way north to Leavesden next year to do the tour and I look forward to hearing people’s feedback when they make the journey themselves.
The Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets illustrated edition (with art by Jim Kay) will be released in October 2016. Full-colour illustrated editions of Fantastic Beasts, The Tales of Beedle the Bard, and Quidditch Through the Ages will be published in 2017, 2018, and 2019, respectively.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Philosopher's Stone, four special editions (one for each house) of the novel will be published in 2017.
It is with great sadness that we learned this morning of the passing of Alan Rickman, the actor who so perfectly portrayed Severus Snape in all eight Harry Potter films. Here are Snape's most important scenes in chronological order — a fitting way to remember Mr. The trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is under an hour away, and Warner Bros. Yesterday, we brought you the first look at the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them logo treatment.
Harry Potter Fan Zone recently had the chance to participate in a group interview with Jim Kay, the artist behind the gorgeous Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone illustrated edition, released today. Jim is currently at work illustrating Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, but took some time out to talk about bringing J.K.
Magical Menagerie (MM): What was the most important detail for you to get right with your illustrations? The Daily Snitcher (TDS): Because each book is so rich in detail, what is your personal process when choosing specific images? The Leaky Cauldron (TLC): Did you base any characters or items in the book on real people or things?
There are, but they are little things that relate to my life, so I’m not sure how much sense they’d make to other people. Harry Potter Fan Zone (HPFZ): How did you approach illustrating the Hogwarts Castle and grounds? HPFZ: Is there a particular scene in the future Harry Potter books you're excited to illustrate? SS: How many illustrations did you initially do for the book, and how many of those appeared in the final edition? There are stacks of concept drawings that no one will ever see, such as the Hogwarts sketches, which I needed to do in order to get my head around the book. MN: What house do you think you may have been placed in, aged 11, and would it be the same now?
It’s difficult to say because for the past 5 years I have worked on illustration seven days a week, every hour of the day. The Potter family is a very old one, but it was never (until the birth of Harry James Potter) at the very forefront of wizarding history, contenting itself with a solid and comfortable existence in the backwaters. Potter is a not uncommon Muggle surname, and the family did not make the so-called ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’ for this reason; the anonymous compiler of that supposedly definitive list of pure-bloods suspected that they had sprung from what he considered to be tainted blood. In the Muggle world ‘Potter’ is an occupational surname, meaning a man who creates pottery.
Linfred’s eldest son, Hardwin, married a beautiful young witch by the name of Iolanthe Peverell, who came from the village of Godric’s Hollow. The Potters continued to marry their neighbours, occasionally Muggles, and to live in the West of England, for several generations, each one adding to the family coffers by their hard work and, it must be said, by the quiet brand of ingenuity that had characterised their forebear, Linfred.
Fleamont and Euphemia lived long enough to see James marry a Muggle-born girl called Lily Evans, but not to meet their grandson, Harry. Universal has revealed the first poster for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park, opening Spring 2016 at Universal Studios in Hollywood.
The first image of Lord Voldemort (attached to Professor Quirrell) from the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone illustrated edition has been revealed. Bloomsbury and Buzzfeed have revealed two new images from the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone illustrated edition, due for release in October.
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Harry Potter flies high on his broomstick over the village of Hogsmeade and Hogwarts Castle.


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There is so much rich and wonderful work out there, from series such as Horrible Histories to Harry Potter, that I know I would have adored them when I was a child.
In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. I thought the screen adaptations were a wonderful showcase of the best set design, product design, costume, casting, directing and acting their disciplines had to offer. It’s very easy when you are scribbling away to start wandering off in different directions, so you must remind yourself to keep reading Jo’s text. So I don’t rely on expensive watercolour or paints, although I do occasionally use them – I like to mix them up with cheap house paint, or wax crayons. You start off with lots of little ideas, and draw a tiny thumbnail illustration, about the size of a postage stamp, to remind you of the idea for an illustration you had while reading the book. Children are difficult to draw because you can’t use too many lines around the eyes and face, otherwise they look old.
You have to go through all seven books looking for mentions of the individual rooms, turrets, doors and walls of the castle, and make lots of notes. It takes me so many attempts to get an illustration to work, that if one works on the second or third attempt, it’s a big relief.
I’m really fond of spiders — there are lots in my studio — so it’s great having reference close to hand!
Then there are rough drawings, then rough drawings that are worked up a little more, and then it might take five or six attempts for each illustration to get it right. I was much more confident back then, and creative, plus they have an interesting house ghost in the form of the Grey Lady. A few years back I started to write, and I really enjoyed that, it’s far more intimate than illustrating, and I love going over the same line and trying to hone it down to the core of what you are trying to express. The wizarding Potter family had illustrious beginnings, however, some of which was hinted at in Deathly Hallows.
The wizarding family of Potters descends from the twelfth-century wizard Linfred of Stinchcombe, a locally well-beloved and eccentric man, whose nickname, ‘the Potterer’, became corrupted in time to ‘Potter’. Henry caused a minor stir when he publicly condemned then Minister for Magic, Archer Evermonde, who had forbidden the magical community to help Muggles waging the First World War.
Fleamont was so called because it was the dying wish of Henry’s mother that he perpetuate her maiden name, which would otherwise die out. Dragon pox carried them off within days of each other, due to their advanced age, and James Potter then inherited Ignotus Peverell’s Invisibility Cloak. Check out a sketch of Harry, and an illustration of Hagrid on the enchanted motorbike below.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal’s Islands of Adventure will provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind experience complete with multiple attractions, shops and a signature eating establishment. Se trata de Sirius Black, un antiguo complice de Lord Voldemort que ayudo a matar a los padres de Harry, de quien era un buen amigo. Fran att ha varit enbart ett arrangemang av Vasteras stift har detta utvecklats till att i ar vara ett samarbete med Stora Tuna forsamling, Kulturcentrum Asken, Borlange bibliotek, Foreningen Slakt och Bygd, Unga Ornar och Barnens dag.
Rowling, Pottermore and publisher Bloomsbury have announced plans to publish a companion script book for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the upcoming two-part West End play.
I knew from the start that I’m competing to some degree with the hundreds of people involved in the visuals of the film. Technically speaking though, I think composition is important — the way the movement and characters arrange themselves on the page — this dictates the feel of the book. Sometimes in a local DIY store I’ll see those small tester pots of wall paint going cheap in a clear-out sale, and I’ll buy stacks of them, and experiment with painting in layers and sanding the paint back to get nice textures. I then start to draw them a little bigger, about postcard size, and show them to Bloomsbury [UK publisher]. The main characters of the books are based on real people, partly for practical reasons, because I need to see how the pupils age over seven years. I paint them in reverse (almost like a photographic negative) and layer several paintings to make them translucent.
Then you check for mentions of its position, for example if you can see the sun set from a certain window, to find out which way the castle is facing.
There is one illustration in the book that worked first time (a chapter opener of Hogwarts architecture, with birds nesting on the chimney pots). Book two I want to have a different feel, and that makes it challenging to start again and rethink the process. I’m hoping that by the Deathly Hallows we will be fully into a darker and more adult style of illustration, to reflect the perils facing Potter! She also revealed, at long last, the names of Harry's grandparents — Fleamont and Euphemia Potter. Linfred was a vague and absent-minded fellow whose Muggle neighbours often called upon his medicinal services.


In the absence of male heirs, she, the eldest of her generation, had inherited her grandfather’s invisibility cloak. His outspokenness on the behalf of the Muggle community was also a strong contributing factor in the family’s exclusion from the ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’. He bore the burden remarkably well; indeed, he always attributed his dexterity at duelling to the number of times he had to fight people at Hogwarts after they had made fun of his name. I remember watching the extras that come with the movie DVDs a few years back, and wondering how on earth you’d get to be lucky enough to work on the visuals for such a great project. The line is almost always pencil, 4B or darker, but the colour can be a mixture of any old paint, watercolour, acrylic, and oil. We then think about how many illustrations will appear in each chapter, and try to get the balance of the book right by moving pictures around, dropping or adding these rough drawings as we go.
Also Harry’s glasses are supposed to look repaired and bent out of shape, which I’ve found tricky to get right. I then built a small model out of scrap card and Plasticine and tried lighting it from different directions. It kind of felt wrong that the illustration was done without agonising over it for days, it didn’t feel real somehow, so I’m proud of that one because it’s so rare that I get an image to work first time! None of them realised that Linfred’s wonderful cures for pox and ague were magical; they all thought him a harmless and lovable old chap, pottering about in his garden with all his funny plants. It was, Iolanthe explained to Hardwin, a tradition in her family that the possession of this cloak remained a secret, and her new husband respected her wishes. It was Fleamont who took the family gold and quadrupled it, by creating magical Sleekeazy’s Hair Potion ( ‘two drops tames even the most bothersome barnet’ ).
To be offered the opportunity to design the whole world again from scratch was fantastic, but very daunting. Diagon Alley was unusual in that I digitally coloured the whole illustration in order to preserve the pencil line drawing. With Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Bloomsbury were great in that they let me try all sorts of things out, different styles, concepts. As a child we had a toad in the garden called Bufo (from the latin Bufo bufo), Noltie’s Botanical Novelties is named after a very clever friend of mine who works at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh. My friends appear as models for the characters in book one, and some of their names too can be seen carved on a door, and on Diagon Alley. His reputation as a well-meaning eccentric served Linfred well, for behind closed doors he was able to continue the series of experiments that laid the foundation of the Potter family’s fortune. He sold the company at a vast profit when he retired, but no amount of riches could compensate him or his wife Euphemia for their childlessness. From the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida. I’d like to think that over the years lots of illustrators will have a crack at Potter, in the same way that Alice in Wonderland has seen generations of artists offer their own take on Lewis Carroll’s novel. I’d recommend experimenting; there is no right or wrong way to make an illustration, just do what works for you!
Some I didn’t think would get into the final book, but everyone was very open to new ideas.
The shop called ‘Tut’s Nuts’ is a little joke from my days working at Kew Gardens; they had in their collections some seeds from the tomb of Tutankhamun, which were affectionately known as ‘Tut’s Nuts’. Your favourite illustrations tend to be the ones that gave you the least amount of difficulties and I think Diagon Alley was nice for this reason. There are little references to later books too, such as on the wrought-iron sign of the Leaky Cauldron. Illustrations that come a little easier tend to have a freshness about them, and I think those two feel a little bit looser than others in the book. Historians credit Linfred as the originator of a number of remedies that evolved into potions still used to this day, including Skele-gro and Pepperup Potion. They had quite given up hope of a son or daughter when, to their shock and surprise, Euphemia found that she was pregnant and their beloved boy, James, was born. I had to make it my version though, and so from the start I needed to set it apart from the films. There was no definite plan with regards to how the book would look; we just experimented and let it evolve. The imprisoned boy reaching for an apple in Brigg’s Brooms is from a drawing my friend did when we were about 9 years old — that’s thirty two years ago!
His sales of such cures to fellow witches and wizards enabled him to leave a significant pile of gold to each of his seven children upon his death.
I’ll be honest I’ve only seen a few illustrations from other Potter books, so that’s not been so much of a problem. You are forever in search of that golden illustration that just ‘works’, but of course it’s impossible to achieve — there will always be another way of representing the text.
Some early compositions were quite radical, then I hit upon the idea of trees growing under, through and over the whole castle, as if the castle had grown out of the landscape. I used to play guitar a lot and write little bits of music, but that’s difficult now because my hand gets very stiff from drawing all day! I love Jonny Duddle’s covers, and everyone should see Andrew Davidson’s engravings — they are incredible! This also gives me the opportunity to show trees growing through the inside of some rooms in future illustrations.




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