Learn to bring your favorite Harry Potter characters from the films to life with pencil and ink!
Learn to draw pen and pencil illustrations of your favorite characters from the Harry Potter films with this 96-page instructional book and included 64-page sketch pad. Harry, Hermione, Ron, Dobby, Professor McGonagall, Snape, Voldemort, Dumbledore, and many magical creatures await your hand. Each chapter provides step-by-step instructions to learn to draw the characters and background scenes from the films, plus how to combine the two by placing your finished character into the scene. The final chapter provides instruction on how to create a group scene, incorporating several characters and bringing together all the skills learned throughout the book. The step-by-step instructions will have you putting pencil to paper faster than you can whip up a spell of enchantment!
Steve Behling is passionate about telling stories. He’s written the completely bonkers junior novel adaptation of the hit film Dora and the Lost City of Gold, the original middle-grade novel Avengers Endgame: The Pirate Angel, the Talking Tree, and Captain Rabbit, and many issues of the official Disney DuckTales comic book, to name just a few. He’s also the creator of That's Believable!, a website full of made-up facts and essential weirdness. Steve lives in a top-secret subterranean lair with his wife, two human children, and three-legged wonder beagle, Loomis.
Corina St. Martin is a fantasy artist, sculptor, and children's book illustrator with a degree in graphic design from the School of Advertising Art in Kettering, Ohio. She was born in Rockledge, Florida, and grew up both in Florida and in southern Wisconsin. After several moves, she landed in Richmond, Indiana, with her partner Julie and their semi-domesticated wild things. Animals play a dominant role in Corina's work, whether it be two-dimensional or sculpture. A lifelong fascination with our planet's various lifeforms began early on through trips to various zoos, aquariums, the ocean, and museums, along with her grandparents' National Geographic and Smithsonian magazine subscriptions. These magical places, as well as a steady diet of books, laid the groundwork for the fantastic to grow in her imagination.