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HP: Albus Severus Potter by winter-monsoon HP: Albus Severus Potter by winter-monsoon
Quick colouring practice c:

... Wow, I've drawn next to no fan art of Harry Potter.... Anyways, I'm afraid Albus is a bit too pale. My apologies ):

In my opinion he would probably end up in Slytherin so here he is in Slytherin colours xD I don't judge based on House placement and besides, I hope he'll be friends with Scorpius (yea yea, you probably think I'm nuts but that's what I think. :P ).

Up next will probably be one of his siblings - most likely Lily or Luna or Lily Luna Potter (ahaha see what I did there? ahaha xD ... okay. Please pretend you never saw that. I'm weird.)

Watch me?
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Marauderslover97 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Student Writer
Cute!
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winter-monsoon Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
Aw thanks c:
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janach Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think Al Sev should be in Slytherin, too, but who says Scorpius will be there? In my fanfic universe, Scor ends up in Ravenclaw. That doesn't mean he and Al Sev can't be friends, of course. Slytherin and Ravenclaw are sister houses.
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winter-monsoon Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012
What if Scorpius was placed in Gryffindor? :O *le gasp* And yes, I completely agree with you c:
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janach Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There are altogether too many characters in Gryffindor as it is. Besides, Scorpius, coming from a Slytherin family, would be bullied half to death in Gryffindor, just as Severus would have been (or perhaps all the way to death, as almost happened in Sev's case). Ravenclaw and Slytherin are sister Houses -- the "head" Houses, Houses of the intellect. Al Sev as a Slytherin and Scor as a Ravenclaw would probably get along well.

By the way, I put Rose Weasley in Ravenclaw as well (where her mother should have been), and Lily-Lu Potter in Hufflepuff, just to be contrary.

Sorting the Next-Gen characters is fun, and we all do it differently. ;)
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winter-monsoon Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Lol, Gryffindor is a little overrated in my opinion - I like your sorting though ^__^
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janach Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Gryffindor is a LOT overrated in my opinion.

Particularly annoying is the way Gryffs are credited with all sorts of moral virtues that have no necessary connection with their defining characteristic, courage. Courage in and of itself is not the same thing as goodness or morality or nobility or altruism or honesty or liberal political principles. JKR never admits it, but it’s just as easy to be brave in an evil cause as a good one. No one, after all, actually thinks his own cause is evil. The Death Eaters thought they were courageously saving the wizarding world from the Mudblood Menace.
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winter-monsoon Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
Hmm... you have an interesting point, though if you say that courage is not the same thing as goodness or morality etc, what would you define it as? The morality of each and every situation differs for each person and you can't quite judge what is good and what is evil. For all we know, the Death Eaters might have thought that Harry and co. were 'evil', considering the fact they opposed their view of ridding the wizarding world of muggle-borns (which they believed, was a well-intentioned movement).
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janach Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
In the Potterverse, courage is treated as if it's the same thing as moral virtue, and lack of courage is the worst possible crime. Harry's and Minerva's final condemnation of Snape is not "murderer" or "torturer" but "coward." Later, when Harry changes his mind about Snape, the highest praise he can give is to say that Snape is brave. If Snape had not decided to switch sides, he would have been equally brave in serving Voldemort. It was opposing Voldemort's murderous reign that made Snape good rather than evil; his courage merely helped to make his opposition effective.
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Awesomenesokatu Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
awwwwwww he's so cute!
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