Early Riddle - "No one's ever understood
me like you, Tom... " Oooh, scathing mimicry.
Early Riddle II - "If I say it myself,
Harry, I've always been able to charm the people I needed."
In the Chamber of Secrets - I was extremely
bothered by his shoes. Don't ask me why. I wish I knew.
They just bothered me. I didn't care so much that I was drawing
Tom Riddle, but seeing Voldemort's shoes was . . . scary.
Six Heads - Here are a few different attempts
at redesigning Tom, after I'd decided he looked too much like Malfoy
with black hair, which was also after Tann pointed out that he didn't
really have a very 1942 hairstyle.
Later Riddle - This is the new design I settled
on after deciding I really needed to redesign Tom.
Thief - Here he's gotten ahold of Harry's
wand, the nasty boy.
and Young Riddle - This is probably my favourite scene in Half-Blood
Prince and the one to leave the strongest visual impression. Upon
rereading it (halfway through completion of the drawing) I don't think
Tom ever is in this pose, but I liked what it said in body language
so I'm going to pretend that it was written that way. He also looks
a bit too old, but I'm a terrible judge of age, so what do I know? Anyway,
I'm rambling. I like it.
Voldemort I - Here's my first attempt at Voldemort
that came out close to what I imagined. Not very close, but close enough
that I didn't erase it.
Voldemort II - A slightly scarier, slightly more
accurate version ... still lacking in visual clarity, though.
. . .
Much to his chagrin, I'm sure, I find Voldemort more
amusing to make fun of than to depict accurately...
The Wrong Trousers - If I had to explain
it, it wouldn't be funny.
Peeking - With the Potters'
location hidden in a Secret-Keeper, Voldemort could have his nose pressed
against their sitting-room window and not see them. (Taking things literally
again ... )
Identity - Voldemort finds the wrong bespectacled boy – for
the whole story, scroll to the bottom of the Snicket
With Chef Voldie - An odd request, I couldn't resist.
Response to Everything - Voldemort tries a surprise attack but is
greeted by Hermione's well-rehearsed reaction.
- If you are a listener of The Now Show and remember Marcus Brigstocke's
rants about David Blaine, you may get this.
Time - This was drawn in response to a comment someone left on my
blog, but I can't find it now, so I suppose its context is lost to the
Can Fly! - The inevitable gag sketch regarding Voldemort's hitherto
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