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Albus Severus Potter by ichan-desu Albus Severus Potter by ichan-desu
It's been a long time since I've drawn a traditional art, well I did this while my computer is acting up. ;A;

yeah it's Albus Severus Potter, I assumed that he'll be sorted in slytherine, lol i dunno i just think that color green looks good on him..

gaah my scanner sucks D:


Faber-Castell colored pencil
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GoodOldBaz Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Eternities22 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
He cannot be a Slytherin because that's the evil house. He is not evil!
JAKERED2 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm Pretty sure J.K Rowling made it clear he was a Slytherin.

also, if you read the book, Harry was SUPPOSE to be in Slytherin but the sorting hat cut him some slack because he was "the boy who lived"
PrincesseDeLamballe Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
He's wonderful! I love how you draw him! ♥
Shellquake Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Not bad.
Ju-chan09 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
Kyaaa!!! *.*
This pic is adorable! :dalove:
He's sooo cute! :heart:

(But I'm pretty sure he'd be in Gryffindor - but the green colour rly fit's him.)
oOzephyrOo Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:iconlahdplz: Oh my....
I love Albus so so much/sub>
Although I don't see him as much of a Slytherin, as its kinda explained in the books he's much more like his father... but I do think green suits him ♥

D: I dunno why... but he looks soo coot here ;-;
Pezkl2 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
That's exactly why he could be in Slytherin - his father could have been put there if he hadn't insisted otherwise. Albus is also afraid of being put there, but maybe he's persuaded that Slytherin is the best place for him, or maybe the Sorting Hat just won't let another Potter tell it how to do it's job. Also, KLEIN has said she thinks Albus is the "most interesting" Potter kid. Putting him in Gryffindor is just too predictable, not interesting at all.
On a final note, his initials are ASP - and where else would you put an asp but the house of snakes?
oOzephyrOo Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I thought the only reason Harry was to be considered a Slytherin because part of him was actually Voldemort, or vice versa. I thought J.K Rowling stated that he had inherited his mothers eyes, in a way, this is an authors way of saying he is most like his father. They use little messages to show how the characters are. I thought Rowling stated this to describe the other children as different to Harry.

I would have personally put him in Ravenclaw, but that's just me. Gryffindor is to predictable and Slytherin is just made up by fangirls so he can seem like a badass.

I thought Harry wasn't supposed to be in Slytherin at all.:I

Pezkl2 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
I have no idea why people think that. In no way is it suggested that the Hat considers Slytherin because of Voldemort's soul fragment, or even that it is aware of it being there. All it says is that Harry has the potential to be great, and naturally the House of ambition and cunning would help with that.
This is just more silly prejudice against Slytherin. Admittedly, Rowling is largely to blame for how she wrote it, but she has made it clear outside the books that Slytherin is far from being all bad and has produced decent witches and wizards. It has nothing to do with fangirls. People put ASP there because Rowling herself *kind of* suggested it, and I haven't read any fics where Slytherin Albus is particularly "badass". I don't know where you get that from.
Slytherin changes after Voldemort's defeat, anyway, and abandons some of its pureblood supremacist traditions.
Putting a Potter there could be a way of encouraging this change and helping the vital reconciliation of Slythetin with the rest of the school. It's about time more people were sorted there for their true qualities rather than their views and blood status.
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