People always claim that a book is often preferable to a film. Mostly due to the fact that the film skips over a lot of things. Katie Knudson, an artist from Orlando, Florida, is drawing Harry Potter film scenes that can’t be turned into movies to help Potterheads imagine their favourite moments from the series, and even J.P. Rolling will be pleased to see them.
“My mother read Harry Potter books to me as I read,” Katie told Bored Panda. The last thing came to light even when I was in high school. Between the two of us, we had an exceptional friendship. It’s now fixed!
When someone reminded Katie of a scene in which Luna inadvertently walks up to Harry and declares her love for him, she got the idea for her Fanart project. “I just thought it was a fantastic picture, and I felt compelled to draw it. It went over so well that I knew I wasn’t the only one who had forgotten about it.
And I kept searching for and drawing the deleted scenes because I remembered them! The artist often seeks to cover the film’s famous scenes, which are the main character’s moments. “Anything emotional or constructive for a character, such as Newell’s parents.” It makes me sad when I lose track of a character’s development.”
“Planning and sketching the scene will take anywhere from 10 to 10 hours,” Katie said, adding that it’s all done before it’s released online. “I will try to fix the text as much as possible.” Continue scrolling to see a collection of the best moments from the Harry Potter series.