At the same time on Christmas Day, me and my family went for a little walk in Arnside and a pub crawl to see our friends, locals and wish them a Merry Christmas. We went to visit Simon Warrell and his family, it was good to see everyone.
What I was happy to see in his house the drawing of House Slytherin I did hanging in his wall. I couldn't believe seeing the drawing on display
This has made me my Christmas that year.
Before I did a drawing for Simon Warrell of House Slytherin from Harry Potter, I did another one but in A4 size Paper instead of A3 size. But drawing of Slytherin wasn't an art request or for any fun, this was a Christmas present for my brother's girlfriend Abbie.
When Simon asked me to draw one for him, Abbie and my brother David were talking about which house do they belong in Harry Potter, David and I definitely Gryffindor and Abbie surprisingly prefers Slytherin and her birthday has already been just before my brother's I decided to do a drawing for her on Christmas at the same time as I did Simon's. As soon as both drawing were done I take them both to a framing shop so that when they're framed they can put them up in their homes.
And the best bit was seeing her happy to have a drawing done by me on Christmas Day.
Progress of the drawing:
After I got a few drawings done for my cousin Alice, a friend and local from village, his name is Simon. While I was sitting behind bar in our local pub called The Albion, as soon as I was about the finished the last of drawing House Gryffindor Simon immediately asked if I could do him a drawing of House Slytherin. I was surprised for someone I'm locally friends with is not just a Harry Potter fan, but would rather be on a side that is so evil and dark, even all the staff and the local in the Albion all gave Simon this surprised disgusting look at him it's funny to see how it all happened.
Final drawing of House Slytherin:
It took a long time to get the drawing drawn, but fun to do and challenging because the drawing I did for Simon was in A3 cartridge paper. Most drawings I've done are a mixture of A5 or A4 sizes, any drawing I can do in larger pieces of paper can take a lot work, math and time than any of the others I done. Any drawing that size of any bigger I would love to try and create.
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