Our generation grew up with the Harry Potter books. The story of a young boy, who discovers he is a wizard took the world by storm. Two decades later with seven books and eight films out in the world, it seems like his story is still very much popular. Children and grown ups alike have lost themselves in the hallways of Hogwarts Castle. Some, are still waiting for their Hogwarts letter. For many, these books were a mean to escape and develop their imaginations. Which is why, today, we have prepared 70 Harry Potter drawings and tutorials to help you expand your creativity even more.
Harry Potter is a story for all ages
Harry Potter drawings
The good news is, the books and the films are filled with so many characters, as well as some pretty prominent objects, you can create so much art around them. Of course, the most popular character drawings are those of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. Severus Snape, Hagrid and Albus Dumbledore, however, aren’t that far behind. And, of course, probably the most fun to draw are some of the villains – Voldemort and Draco Malfoy.
Don’t worry, though, if you are not at the level of drawing actual portraits. There are plenty of Harry Potter doodles you can try. The Golden Snitch, Hogwarts letters, Felix Felicis potion bottles, Deathly Hallows symbol, etc., are a lot of fun to doodle. Furthermore, there are a few animals, which play a big part in the series and are easier to draw – Hedwig, Fawkes the phoenix, or even Buckbeak.
Super realistic black pencil Harry Potter drawings
This is a gorgeous artwork, dedicated to one of the most misunderstood characters – Severus Snape, played by the great Alan Rickman
The bond between Harry Potter and Hedwig was unbreakable
Voldemort and this scary image will be forever engrained into the minds of the fans
Step-by-step DIY tutorial on how to draw Harry Potter
How to draw Harry Potter?
Sketch the face by drawing light outlines and try to fill out the whole A4 page. This will make it a lot easier for you to follow the whole tutorial
2. Use a black pencil to define the glasses and the shapes of the eyes. Use different shades of peach to draw the skin around the eyes. Fill in the irises. Then, using black and shades of brown, draw the eyebrows.
3. Create a defined highlight on the bridge of the nose to emphasize the lightning source. What’s more, this will give your drawing more depth and make it look a bit more realistic. Then use the same peachy tones to shade the nose, as the ones you used around the eyes.
4. Now it is time to draw the lips. Use red and dark brown to create the creases of the lips. Then shade over them to smooth it out and try and make the lips look as realistic as possible.
5. Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter in the films, has a very prominent jawline, which shouldn’t be overlooked. So, the next step is to shade said jawline.
6. For the hair, draw each strand with a black pencil and then start blocking in the dark areas and shading it. Now is the time to incorporate the scar, as well. Finally, draw the shade of the chin on the neck and add the clothes.
Here is your final result – a realistic drawing of Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter from Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban
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