I love how you make Arthur look a little like a mad professor, and so different from the actor in the movies!
Btw, I'm sorrt about the huge fave bomb, but I absolutely love your HP fanarts. Most of them describe my favourite scenes, and they're all drawn with the exact right details that true HP fans can spot and feel delighted about.
Ootp was your second favourite, really? It was always one of my least favourite (this and CoS), but I always forget why. There are some scenes I can't wait to draw though, so there definitely is more to come
Yeah, many people don't like OotP, I'm pretty sure it's the least popular. I loved it very much, mainly because it was all about Harry's personality, I think his character developed a lot during the fifth year, and the whole scene in the Ministry is one of my favourites, it is brilliant in every way (especially the Hell-analogue I wrote about in my thesis, lol ). I was so sorry they ruined it so much in the movie, that could have been done wonderfully on film, especially the rotating doors and all the rooms. Plus I also love OotP because it tells a lot about the relationship between Harry and Sirius, and I love both of them so much. It is the darkest book of the series, and several times I found it hard to read (I mean, emotionally, especially the Umbridge-parts), but I think it's wonderfully written, it's the point when the story becomes deeper and larger. I don't know anyone else who likes it, though, it is definitely the least loved part of the series, so you're not alone.
Aaah, sorry for talking so much. I cannot wait for your rotating doors!!
Oh, I agree the scenes in the ministry are wonderful! And of course I love the book (just maybe not as much as, say, the third or sixth one ). It just takes a long time before the story really takes of, and Harry is so moody and annoyed the whole time, and I'm just not that big a fan of Sirius :-S (though I love Luna, and she appears for the first time in this book). I don't know, I'm glad to know it's one of your favourites, it motivates me to make the most of the illustrations.