People always say that reading a book is superior to watching a movie. Mostly because the film passes through a lot of information. Katie Knudson, an artist from Orlando, Florida, is painting Harry Potter film scenes that can’t be made into movies to assist Potterheads imagine their favourite moments from the books, and even J.P. Rolling will be delighted.
Katie told Bored Panda, “My mum read Harry Potter novels to me as I read.” Even while I was in high school, the last thing came to light. We had an excellent friendship between the two of us. It’s all fixed now!
Katie got the inspiration for her Fanart project when someone reminded her of a scene in which Luna inadvertently steps up to Harry and proclaims her love for him. “I just thought it was a wonderful picture and felt driven to create it,” says the artist. I knew I wasn’t the only one who had forgotten about it because it went over so well.
And because I remembered the deleted scenes, I started looking for them and sketching them! The artist frequently tries to recreate memorable scenes from the film, particularly those involving the main character. “For a character like Newell’s parents, anything emotional or constructive.” When I lose track of a character’s development, it makes me sad.”
“Planning and drawing the scene will take anywhere from 10 to 10 hours,” Katie added, adding that everything will be finished before the scene is posted online. “I will make every effort to correct the text.” Scroll down to discover a collection of the most memorable moments from the Harry Potter series.