It is often said that the book is always superior to the film. The film omits a lot of information. Artist Katie Knudson of Orlando, Florida, is drawing Harry Potter movie scenes that didn’t make the films to help Potterheads visually revisit their favorite moments from the series, and J.K. Rowling would probably be pleased to see them.
“As I grew up, my mother read Harry Potter books to me,” Katie told Bored Panda. “Even the most recent one, which was released when I was still in high school. It created a unique bond between the two of us!”
When someone reminded Katie of the scene where Luna walks up to Harry and declares her support for him, she got the inspiration for her fanart creation. “I just thought it was a fantastic scene, and I felt compelled to draw it right away.” Because it was so well received, I realized I wasn’t the only one who missed these forgotten and deleted scenes, so I just kept looking for them and drawing them!” The artist makes every effort to include iconic movie scenes that are crucial character moments in his work. “Anything emotional or formative to a character, such as Neville’s parents’ situation.” When that kind of character development is overlooked, it makes me sad.”
“From designing and drawing the scene to releasing it online, it can take anywhere from 10 to 20 hours,” Katie added. “I strive to devote as much time as possible to making them as accurate as possible to the text.” Continue scrolling to see this amazing collection of Harry Potter fanart. If you like them, you can donate to Knudson on Patreon.