Harry Potter free paper props - all movies and more!

Barneyrfd

Sr Member
Just finished the book; I had to do some trimming to get it to fit, but turned out pretty good. I even gave it a very light mist of metallic spray, just to give the surface a very subtle sparkle (This effect shows up in the movie prop, although I think its just in the paper they used).

And here is the movie prop that someone posted a while ago!
What can we say...Fantastic!!!

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ElliotStone

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The font is Aetna Bold.

Great work Elliot, it looks really fantastic.
Thanks for that Thumbhead, I'm slowly but surely becoming more proficient in indentifing fonts.

Thanks for all the positive feedback, hope to find a book thick enough to cover now.

@ecl - Your work is Fantastic, truly an awesome piece of work
 

ecl

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Thanks all :) The fantastic beasts cover has become one of my favorites probably because it's so shiny haha!

Elliot, great work on your cover. It's begging to be printed out and finished on a book :D

Quite a bit of interesting props these days. Looking forward to seeing more.
 

jhadha

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thaks to all,..
@ ecl that awesome,..im printing my own tonight,..thaks,..
here's my Complete DP front and Back for Dumbledore Daft or Dangerous
 

jhadha

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thanks ecl :) your Fantastic Beast Book Looks totally Fantastic,..is it a gold in the drawing and the word?
 

ecl

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Hi jhadha: Yes all the graphics including the words are in gold foil! It's a shiny book haha
 

15pezza

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jhadha your work is great but your teasing us, can you put the back page on the forum?
as i feel that your breaking the rules by showing us what you have made and not putting it on for the forum to use
 
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decat

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AcceptanceLetterfont.png
I've been produtive this afternoon :)
A font based on Harry Potter's Acceptance Lettter to Hogwarts. I scanned the acceptance letter included with the Harry Potter: Film Wizardry book, and created the letters, numbers and symbols from that. The font includes Capital letters, lowercase letters, numbers and some symbols.
download the font at: decat on deviantART

and Awseome work everyone! I'm going to make some more books- I found some 2012 hardcover diaries on clearance for $2 each, so I bought 5 of them and will give them new covers!
 

jhadha

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for Advance Potion Making Book Cover IV edition i put an 1" folded side to make smooth in while put in cover :) like ecl did to his Advance Potion Making Book

 
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oliversnape

Active Member
ecl - that book is AMAZING and it would quickly become my favourite too.

jhadha - great job on the Prophet! Definitely looks real. :)

decat - You have been productive! I would have never thought to use the book props to make the font. It looks perfect!

I've always wanted to do this book, just because it looks so good. It's not screen accurate, of course (don't even know if that book was made as a prop for the films) but it'd be neat for the bookshelves.


200811_heftchen_07 by danyeela, on Flickr
 

Norbert

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oliversnape: By any change could I get a high rez of your "Eldred Worple blood brothers: my life amongst the Vampires" before next week. Next week I happen to be cosplay Eldred Worple, everyone always forget who I am. would be nice to have the book around thanks
 

ElliotStone

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@ Decat - The font looks amazing, it's so generous of you to share all your hard work with us, thank you.

@ Oliversnape - Your cover looks great, kind creepy like a fogged up window, very suitable for the subject matter.

I've recently exchanged a few emails with the owner of wizard shack on eBay who I amongst some others thought may have taken work from this site and used to cover notebooks to sell on eBay. He has said that he did an age search for life/lies of Dumbledore and in the first dozen results was my back and spine linked on a tumblr style site, he thought it was original work and used it as a base to create his own, he even sent me a progress shot of the cover and I must say he knows his way around a graphics programme and I have to believe it's more than possible he recreated the work from scratch unknowingly using my work as a base. Also if I had 'caught him out' then he would have ignored my messages instead of replying. Unless proven otherwise I have to assume he is innocent. Sorry for the long post.


Untitled by justin_time_01, on Flickr

P.S: I believe Beechy bought a set of the Hogwarts Library style Harry Potter books from him and seemed very happy with everything.
 

oliversnape

Active Member
Hey Norbert! It's unfortunately not mine; it belongs to this awesome flickr person here.

However, I have made a file with the font and colour matching as closely as I could. I *think* that the cover was made by fitting this print out over the entire cover of the booklet and gluing it. Then to get the roughened effect, I would cover the top with a light layer of white craft glue (the stuff we ate as little kids) and spread it unevenly to create the filmy parts.

Test this on a scrap copy though, as I haven't tried it myself. If it doesn't work, I can distress the file I've made and see if I can get it to match.
 

lynx0099

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Book Titles listed in the Harry Potter Books and supplemental books by J.K. Rowling

1.Achievements in Charming
2.Advanced Potion-Making by Libatius Borage
3.Advanced Rune Translation
4.Ancient Runes Made Easy
5.An Anthology of Eighteenth Century Charms
6.An Appraisal of Magical Education in Europe
7.Armando Dippet: Master or Moron? by Rita Skeeter
8.Asiatic Anti-Venoms
9.Basic Hexes for the Busy and Vexed
10.The Beaters' Bible by Brutus Scrimgeour
11.Beating the Bludgers--A Study of Defensive Strategies in Quidditch by Kennilworthy Whisp
12.A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration by Emeric Switch
13.Blood Brothers: My Life Amongst the Vampires by Eldred Worple
14.Break With a Banshee by Gilderoy Lockhart
15.Broken Balls: When Fortunes Turn Foul
16.Charm Your Own Cheese by Gerda Catchlove
17.Common Magical Ailments and Afflictions
18.A Compendium of Common Curses and Their Counter-Actions
19.Confronting the Faceless
20.Curses and Counter-curses
21.The Dark Arts Outsmarted
22.The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection by Quentin Trimble
23.Death Omens: What To Do When You Know The Worst Is Coming
24.Defensive Magical Theory by Wilbert Slinkhard
25.Dragon Breeding for Pleasure and Profit
26.Dragon Species of Great Britain and Ireland
27.Dreadful Denizens of the Deep
28.The Dream Oracle by Inigo Imago
29.Enchanted Encounters by Fifi LaFolle
30.Enchantment in Baking31.Encyclopedia of Toadstools
32.Famous Fire Eaters
33.Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Newt Scamander
34.Fifteenth Century Fiends
35.Flesh-Eating Trees of the World
36.Flying With the Cannons
37.Fowl or Foul? A Study of Hippogriff Brutality
38.From Egg to Inferno, A Dragon Keeper's Guide
39.Gadding With Ghouls by Gilderoy Lockhart
40.Gilderoy Lockhart's Guide to Household Pests by Gilderoy Lockhart
41.Great Wizarding Events of the Twentieth Century
42.Great Wizards of the Twentieth Century
43.Guide to Advanced Transfiguration
44.A Guide to Medieval Sorcery
45.Hairy Snout, Human Heart
46.Handbook of Do-It-Yourself Broom Care
47.Handbook of Hippogriff Psychology
48.The Healer's Helpmate
49.He Flew Like a Madman by Kennilworthy Whisp
50.A History of Magic by Bathilda Bagshot
51.Hogwarts: A History
52.Holidays With Hags by Gilderoy Lockhart
53.Home Life and Social Habits of British Muggles by Wilhelm Wigworthy
54.Important Modern Magical Discoveries
55.Intermediate Transfiguration
56.Invisible Book of Invisibility
57.Jinxes for the Jinxed
58.The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore by Rita Skeeter
59.Little People, Big Plans by Ragnok the Pigeon-toed
60.Madcap Magic for Wacky Warlocks
61.Magical Drafts and Potions by Arsenius Jigger
62.Magical Hieroglyphs and Logograms
63.Magical Me by Gilderoy Lockhart
64.Magical Theory by Adalbert Waffling
65.Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranea
66.Magick Most Evile
67.Men Who Love Dragons Too Much
68.Modern Magical History
69.The Monster Book of Monsters
70.Moste Potente Potions
71.Muggles Who Notice by Blenheim Stalk
72.Nature's Nobility: A Wizarding Genealogy
73.New Theory of Numerology
74.The Noble Sport of Warlocks by Quintius Umfraville
75.Notable Magical Names of Our Time
76.Numerology and Gramatica
77.Olde and Forgotten Bewitchments and Charmes
78.One Minute Feasts - It's Magic!
79.One Thousand Magical Herbs and Fungi by Phyllida Spore
80.The Philosophy of the Mundane: Why Muggles Prefer Not to Know by Professor Mordicus Egg
81.Powers You Never Knew You Had and What To Do With Them Now You've Wised Up
82.Practical Defensive Magic and Its Use Against the Dark Arts
83.Predicting the Unpredictable: Insulate Yourself Against Shocks
84.Prefects Who Gained Power
85.Quidditch Teams of Britain and Ireland
86.Quidditch Through the Ages by Kennilworthy Whisp
87.Quintessence: A Quest
88.The Rise and Fall of the Dark Arts
89.Rune Dictionary
90.Saucy Tricks for Tricky Sorts
91.Self-Defensive Spellwork
92.Sites of Historical Sorcery
93.Sonnets of a Sorcerer
94.Spellman's Syllabary
95.The Standard Book of Spells (Grades 1 -6) by Miranda Goshawk
96.A Study of Recent Developments in Wizardry
97.The Tales of Beedle the Bard
98.Theories of Transubstantial Transfiguration
99.Toadstool Tales by Beatrix Bloxam
100.Travels With Trolls by Gilderoy Lockhart
101.Twelve Fail-Safe Ways to Charm Witches
102.Unfogging the Future by Cassandra Vablatsky
103.Voyages With Vampires by Gilderoy Lockhart
104.Wanderings With Werewolves by Gilderoy Lockhart
105.Weird Wizarding Dilemmas and Their Solutions
106.Where There's a Wand, There's a Way
107.Why I Didn't Die When the Augurey Cried by Gulliver Pokeby
108.Wonder of the Wigtown Wanderers by Kennilworthy Whisp
109.Year With The Yeti by Gilderoy Lockhart
 
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