Well I was sort of short on things to draw for this chapter, as it is, of course, mainly info and backstory. But the main thing people had requested from this chapter was something with dementors being created and what not. Well, here's my theory.
|Well, we know that dementors feed off of sadness and fear etcetc., and since we know that there is more fear and hopelessness in the world now in book 6, and that dementors are breeding. Then, there's this weird mist junk all over the place. So I'm thinking that where there's 1. Other dementors, 2. Mist junk (dementor SPORES? lmfao no, I dunno) and 3. enough Fear/Hopelessness/all that good stuff, then a new dementor forms out of the mist. 'Cause you know th'ain't no way they gon' be reproducing the way normal living things do. I mean can you even kill a dementor? Or do you have to vanish them into outer space or something? And if so, could they continue living in outer space? And-- ok I'll stop.|
...LOL My animations crack me up. Timing? What.. what is this timing you speak of?
|And then of course we learn of the havoc Voldy n' Co. been wreaking.|
|"LETS BLOW SHIT UP YEAHHH WHOOO"|
|Updated Rufus' design.. More Scrimgeorey now, I believe. |
"That's because he's a wizard." said Scrimgeour, without a flicker of a smile.
So like I said, this chapter dosen't have much
|In my mind, Fudge looks like a cross between the guy in the movies who plays him and the Wizard of Oz guy. Combover + hat hair = no good.|
And excuse my handwriting because I think I had a bowl of soup in my lap along with my tablet when I wrote that.
Scrimgeour turned slowly on the spot and exchanged an incredulous look with Fudge, who really did manage a smile this time as he said kindly, "The trouble is, the other side can do magic too, Prime Minister."
BAD GUYS HAVE MAJIK TEW PRIME MINISTUR. DON'T YOU REED HARRY POTTER? Gosh.
I want to draw. Crappy start to HBP Project, so how about I draw a picture for.. ohhh let's say, every other sentence in Chapter 2 to make up for it? Yes? Mmmkay.
And if you were wondering, the Prime Minister looked like a cross between Hugh Grant and Tony Blair in my head.