Collaboration to create full “Advanced Potion-Making”

a438980

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Came across some more images that could be used in the book, thanks to Pinterest and multiple searches that now affect what images the app finds for me, and I found one so weird that I have to share it and REALLY want to find a way to put it in the book:
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Also found another good image that could be used in the Skele-gro Potion:
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DarkWaters

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Best I could find:
Actually, that first image helped out immensely! Thank Sorrin!

Came across some more images that could be used in the book, thanks to Pinterest and multiple searches that now affect what images the app finds for me, and I found one so weird that I have to share it and REALLY want to find a way to put it in the book:
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Also found another good image that could be used in the Skele-gro Potion:
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That first image is hilarious! Nice find! Also, I love that bone plant image, looks great!
 

a438980

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Pictures from the Hogwarts Movie Scrapbook. Not very good photos unfortunately though, but still shows some of the APM book and talks about the courses.
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a438980

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DarkWaters, I sent you the pages I have already finished along with some reworked logos to replace what’s in there now. For those interested in the project I’m also posting images of those pages here.

When I get a chance I’ll try to add a log of what sections we have and what sections need to be done, along with how many pages are in each section.

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a438980

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The original symbols actually come from Rudolf Koch's the Book Of Signs. There are many symbols there that aren't present in P22 Koch Signs font either (which is what Minalima used for the most part).
Another amazing resource! This should help make the final book look much better and help new pages fit in better with the pre-existing content. Thank you LorduDesign!
 

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DarkWaters

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Ok, this is as film accurate as I can get this spread!

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Thanks to you Sorrin, I was able to figure out the missing details on the second page graphic!

This image is at half the resolution.

The keen eye will notice that the prop actually has 21 steps. An even more keen eye will realize that step 9 is missing, which I just ended up correcting, hence only 20 steps in my version.
 

Follows

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*Fun Fact* : The "Avgalirior" (followed by Greek letters) on this page (Draught of Living Death) has a meaning. It is Paracelsus' responsibility in his "Archidoxes of Magic" and is a magical formula to cure erectile dysfunction and also can undo the laces of the breeches (sexual magic) if written on a virgin parchment before sunrise.
 

a438980

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Does anyone have a high res image of this photo?

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Thanks in advanced!


edit: Also, is there anyone that has access to a 4k version of the Half Blood Prince? There's some sequences when he's looking in the book that I would love to get screen caps of.

For example:

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It looks like the table and illustrations in most of the book are from Paracelsus’ book “Archidoxes of Magic” including what’s in the lower picture of this post.
It also looks like the table in the upper image from this post may be from Reginald Scot’s book “Discoverie of Witchcraft:
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LorduDesign

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It looks like the table and illustrations in most of the book are from Paracelsus’ book “Archidoxes of Magic” including what’s in the lower picture of this post.
It also looks like the table in the upper image from this post may be from Reginald Scot’s book “Discoverie of Witchcraft:
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That table in the Snape's edition is actually done with the Koch Signs from what I've seen. Not really anything found per se, besides the little squares. Those look like scans. The fourth edition on the other hand, which I've seen in person in detail many times does have a found table there and it is not the same one which you posted.
 

the Magician

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True, the table is not the same as the original. But nevertheless; I have not just found a meaning in the original table. Some symbols are repeated, it is not a table of elements, nor of doses, nor measures ... but a little of everything.

I think that what we are trying to do is make a replica as faithful as possible to the original, but giving it the meaning of a useful school textbook
 
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