Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Pottermore art: The Letters from No One

Chapter Three, The Letters from No One, inspired these creations by Pottermore Beta users.

Below you can see pictures of the arrival of the letters addressed to ‘Mr H. Potter, The Cupboard under the Stairs.’ We’ve also shared some of the drawings of the hut on the rock.

Next week we will focus on Pottermore user art from Chapter Four, The Keeper of the Keys.

- The letters -

by FlooWizard193

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Pottermore art: The Vanishing Glass

Following our previous look at art inspired by Chapter One, this week we are showcasing images Pottermore users have posted to Chapter Two, The Vanishing Glass.

Below you can see illustrations inspired by Dudley and Vernon Dursley, and Mrs Figg, along with interpretations of the cupboard under the stairs and the zoo.

Next week art from Chapter Three,The Hut on the Rock, will be highlighted here on the Insider.

- Dudley Dursley -

by NifflerOak204

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Pottermore art: The Boy Who Lived

We’ve had so much amazing artwork uploaded to Pottermore over the past few months that we wanted to begin featuring some of it here on the Insider.

Starting today we’re going to share a selection of this user-submitted art, beginning with the Moments in Chapter One and working our way through to Chapter Seventeen.

Click the link below to see some great interpretations of the Put-Outer, Hagrid’s delivery of baby Harry, and the all-important owls.

Next week we’ll be selecting some of the drawings around Chapter Two, so if you’re a Beta user then now is the time to start putting pencil to paper.

- The Put-Outer -

by CatPurple111

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Pottermore Beta survey for non-English speakers

As you know, the Pottermore Beta survey for English speakers closed on Monday 7 November and we’ve had an incredible amount of feedback, receiving over 2.16 million words in response to the final survey question!

We would now like to invite our French, German, Italian and Spanish Pottermore users to complete the Beta survey in their language. Remember, it takes less than ten minutes and your feedback will help us to improve Pottermore for everyone. You’ll be able to comment on the different areas of the site, let us know what you enjoy, and what you think could be even better.

Please click on the links below to take part in the Pottermore Beta survey for non-English speakers:
French, German, Italian and Spanish.