So my old, generic, store-bought mousepad was pretty much a crinkly mess after years of use, and so I decided to make a new one.
The design is based on Dumbledore's Desk (main reference picture came from the Artifact Vault). Design was sent to VistaPrint with 300 dpi, the colors came out a little differently than on screen, and it was a little blurry on closeup inspection, but not too shabby.
No point doing a run as it'd be way too expensive lol.
Presenting: Dumbledore's Mousepad:
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PM me if you want the file, so you can order your own .
That is a truly fantastic labelThe twitter feed has some close up images. I know it's not scan quality, but check
When you go to follow someone for an amazing post and you're already following them because it turns out they're the genius behind the Lego chocolate frog cards I'm dying
ok 1. these are marvellous thank you! 2. an extra thank you because I've been working out making my own wand boxes for everything I have/will have from my dear friend Ollivander II aka Ed - and his wife Janet - of Orchard Works Wands (if you haven't seen his hand-carved masterpieces look them up you'll thank me later its like actually magic), and anyway I knew I could probably find some form of labels somewhere to print out but nothing's struck me as "authentic" or even all that quality until now. You're the best!! #iadumbledoreyouI'm brand new here. Don't know why I haven't stumbled on this site much sooner!
I thought others might be interested in the project I took on for many years now. I've been tracking down various obscure labels from the movie sets. If you have studio/park or movie screenshot pics of any I missed or better quality, I would love access to them.
This is some of the blanked versions I have so far for wand boxes and Hogwart's Potions class/stores. (Not all are the greatest quality, but work pretty well on smaller sized props.) There are more, including ones with the potions on them and what I have for Slughorn, in an album "Harry Potter Labels" on my facebook craft page. (I can also identify some of the fonts and graphics used if that is of use to anyone.)
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Hogwart's Apothecary Potion Class Label (blanks):
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One day I hope to make it to locations to get my own reference photos, but, alas, not yet. I would really appreciate the assistance getting clearer references for this, if anyone has access.
Ayyyy I'm trained professionally to instruct wand duelling classes for all ages/any class size (depending on the venue/event - I'm a prof. character impersonator mostly known for Newt but also Bellatrix atm lol) and this is a perfect chart! It's very straightforward and clean cut for easy reading but also pleasant to look at I've seen so many different "beginner spell charts" and I'll be honest I haven't really been a fan. I think you hit the nail on the head thanks for sharing!!
these are immaculate OoOForgive me if I do this post wrong. It is my first. So I have made a calendar based off of an image I found. The image is of the Nomaj office desk in Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them. I think it is the desk of Henry Shaw Sr. I will try to upload a high resolution so you guys can use it. I have one on my office desk and I just use the font and color I have for date specific events.
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Okay. So the files didn't upload. Let my try this.
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I know I'm REALLY late so I don't even know if you'll see this and I apologise in advance for the long message I'm excited but I'm inThis has been a long project that I've put off finishing for a while.
I think there are some more edits coming up, I'm pretty busy, but I'm posting what I have so far:
In case anyone's wondering, this is Ollivander's Patrimonial Palimpsest (my own idea).
It is a wand-making guide that has been passed down the wandmaker's family tree for generation.
It's readable! Some text was borrowed from pottermore, and I took liberties with the rest of it.
All the charcoal illustrations were made by me. Enjoy!
LorduDesign, for their freebie pack and all the font advice they've given us. Thank you.
There are more credits coming up for part 2, which I will post right after.
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Well I feel like an utter Dorcus having not found this place sooner. Not only could I have used this amazing work and community years ago but now all my responses are years late Dx I would have loved to have been able to jump on this post when it was made. Just --I've been gnawing on this idea for a while. Think it would be cool to add more pages.
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If anyone want's to help make these:
Department of Mysteries Map (Marauder’s Style)
I just felt like you needed to know that my ticket was bought AT King's Cross Station in London and is one of my most prized replicas (among my handcrafted etc things). Without a single doubt I fully think yours is wildly better. Just some honest props for your props xD