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I’m on a Wizard People, Dear Reader streak.

This here’s the scar-artist Valmart, about to sink his teeth into some juicy unicorn flesh.

I’m on a Wizard People, Dear Reader streak.

This here’s the scar-artist Valmart, about to sink his teeth into some juicy unicorn flesh.

— 2 years ago with 5 notes
#Harry Potter  #Voldemort  #sketch  #unicorn  #wizard people dear reader  #Valmart  #fan art 
Another Wizard People, Dear Reader post!  It’s that watchful blood-eyed cat, accompanied as always by its crude human servant, Dazzler.

Some of you may know this duo by the names “Argus Filch & Mrs. Norris.” I don’t know who’s filling your heads with such nonsense.

Another Wizard People, Dear Reader post! It’s that watchful blood-eyed cat, accompanied as always by its crude human servant, Dazzler.

Some of you may know this duo by the names “Argus Filch & Mrs. Norris.” I don’t know who’s filling your heads with such nonsense.

— 2 years ago with 14 notes
#Filch  #Harry Potter  #Mrs. Norris  #sketch  #wizard people dear reader  #fan art 
I introduce to you, dear reader, Hagar the Horrible (no relation to the comic strip viking)—”a huge man that, if you didn’t know better, you might mistake for a giant, hairy truck”.  I doodled this while re-watching Wizard People, Dear Reader the other night. Spectacular. I’ve reached the point where I’ve stopped thinking of most Harry Potter characters by their real names (starting with Upfish Neville Longbottom).

If you haven’t watched Wizard People, Dear Reader yet, you’re probably doing something wrong. It’s an alternate audio track for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, written and performed by Brad Neely.  It is wonderful, and it is freely available in full on youtube and as an audio track to play over the original film.

I introduce to you, dear reader, Hagar the Horrible (no relation to the comic strip viking)—”a huge man that, if you didn’t know better, you might mistake for a giant, hairy truck”. I doodled this while re-watching Wizard People, Dear Reader the other night. Spectacular. I’ve reached the point where I’ve stopped thinking of most Harry Potter characters by their real names (starting with Upfish Neville Longbottom).

If you haven’t watched Wizard People, Dear Reader yet, you’re probably doing something wrong. It’s an alternate audio track for Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, written and performed by Brad Neely. It is wonderful, and it is freely available in full on youtube and as an audio track to play over the original film.

— 2 years ago with 7 notes
#hagrid  #harry potter  #sketch  #color  #wizard people dear reader  #fan art