'The Heir of Slytherin,' said Professor McGonagall, who was very white, 'left another message. Right underneath the first one. Her skeleton will lie in the Chamber forever.'
#ScaryPotter and the Chamber of Secrets
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As I got older and I reread this novel, the idea of an 11-year-old being manipulated by an unknown man (who turns out to be extremely dangerous) and going missing at risk of death was much creepier than I perceived as a child.
I think this picture really does credit to the terrifying idea of possession, losing yourself and being taken advantage of by a charmer
And the strangled Hen, that hits home as an omen of future, worse violence.
It looks like you yourself are also a writer. So I'd venture to guess you've done something similar with your work at one point or another.
Thanks so much for stopping by
PLEASE, keep up with this series!
Will make more of these? (PLEEEAASE!)
Will be posting Prisoner next week
That's the nice and effecient thing about working with darker pieces and only one major light source; pretty much everything can fall back into shadow and you just throw light on the things you want people to look at.
I love this piece so much
Keep them coming