He hesitated, and then held out the Marauder's Map too.
"I am no longer your teacher, so I don't feel guilty about
giving you back this as well." (pg. 424, US)
Despite the fact that this looks like a high school drawing, I
think it turned out all right. More or less. It's a
drawing I'd have been proud of in high school, at any rate.
Then, with a final nod to Harry and a swift smile, Lupin left
the office. (pg. 425, US)
Thus departs the best Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher
Harry's ever had ...
Harry turned to look outside. Something
small and grey was bobbing in and out of sight beyond the
glass. (pg. 431, US)
Yes, this should be the last picture on the page,
but for formatting reasons it fits better here.
||Harry sat down in his vacated
chair, staring glumly at the floor. He heard the door close
and looked up. Dumbledore was still there.
"Why so miserable, Harry?" he said quietly. (pg. 425,
I hadn't planned on doing this
drawing. It never appeared in any of my thumbnails. But
in looking over the text to refresh my memory of this scene, this
image came across rather vividly and I had to draw it.
That's the invisibility cloak on Harry's
lap, in case anyone was confused.
Or at least... the end of the narrative
illustrations. If you want completely miscellaneous character
tiny scribbly drawings that are vaguely recognizable as the starting
places for the drawings you've just seen, visit the
If you're suffering from insomnia, check out the Post
Mortem - you won't know what it is until you get there!
All images ©2004 Tealin
Getting four drawings out of the last two and a half pages of
Lupin isn't bad, eh?