“There’s a drawing I did in the third film of Harry being struck by lightning. I remember the art department giving me a drawing of Harry and I said, ‘That’s useless. Give it here and I’ll draw my own one. I spent an hour with the quill mastering this. This is my real work of art and that’s in the ‘Harry Potter’ museum in Burbank. When I saw that I was a little touched.”—
Hey, Potter. Potter. Potter. I drew a picture of you. You see what’s happening to you in it. It’s you getting hit in the head with a quaffle. Don’t you feel foolish? Look, that’s me, that one, that’s me. And I’m in the background laughing and pointing at you. We’re having a right good time, aren’t we? Pay special attention to the shading on your sweater, it’s rather good. It’s actually quite good. It’s probably- It’s probably the best I’ve ever done. Actually, can I have that back?- Wait, no. I’m taking it! What do you think about that, Potter? Stolen your favorite drawing, right? Look, what do you think of this *gasp* No! Goyle, paste it! Now look what you’ve done, Potter. You wait ‘til my father hears about this!
“But I can’t help thinking that my older two children and their generation were the lucky ones. Harry Potter belongs to them as he never will to any others.”—Corrina Lawson - ‘Harry Potter: Why Reading the Complete Series at Once is Not the Same Story.’ (via laurenbanks)