Fan art comes in all shapes and sizes, and this week’s fan art sure is unique! Olivia Pearce has created her very own Gryffindor common room. Not only has she created her own common room, but there is also an adjoining dormitory room with her invisibility cloak ready at hand for whenever mischief arises.
Category: Fan Art
This week we are featuring a plethora of Harry Potter-inspired tattoos. These fellow Potter fans display their passions of the series in an artful – and permanent – way.
A couple of weeks ago, we posted about representations of Newt Scamander in fan fiction, and now we have scoured the Internet for some of the coolest fan art renderings of the magizoologist!
We are back! To start us off with a bang we have an awe-inspiring tattoo sleeve for you to look at from MuggleNet fan Nydegger. Ranging from the intricate detail of the snake’s scales, to our beloved Hogwarts, and even a sneak peek at the Potion Master’s patronus, anyone can clearly see that this person is a proud Harry Potter fan.
9GAG.com is a website that deals in the sharing of fun, and we were scrolling through when we found this particularly fun nugget for us…
Today we bring you a glorious painting created by Elizabeth which captures Fawkes’s intense profile. Beyond his head in the background you can see some Hogwarts-esque windows.
Caitlin (aka @lightsfan1cm on Twitter) was once trying to purchase a Mandrake online when, after not finding one, she decided to create one of her own and show it to us. We think it looks pretty real!
About once a week we like to feature talented artists on MuggleNet, fans who have taken their love of Harry Potter to the next level and fused it with their own creative talents in...
In addition to the usual flow of fan art submissions we recieve daily, there is occassionally an artist who goes above and beyond the call and sends us multiple pieces of Harry Potter art, producing a collection that deserve its very own place on MuggleNet. This week, such an artist has come to our attention – a fan artist named Pete Driscoll who has created ten digital portraits, many of which are clearly inspired by the Deathly Hallows movies.