It's only been two days since a predictive text bot introduced us to the most glorious work of Harry Potter fanfiction ever written. "Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash" introduced us to wonderful concepts like Ron's Ron shirt and Harry throwing his eyes. Now, a heroic artist on Twitter has brought some of the chapter's best moments to life.
Megan Nicole Dong is an artist in Los Angeles who took on the challenge of drawing some of the chapter's more nonsensical moments. Like when pumpkins fell out of Professor McGonagal.
Or when Dumbledore made the Pig of Hufflepuff the new Hagrid.
He looks so happy! Her best drawings are the ones of Ron.
Ron Weasley, man of many spiders. pic.twitter.com/M7jjqbK3ni— Megan Nicole Dong (@sketchshark) December 14, 2017
Ron and his "Ron" shirt. If you look closely, The Ron on Ron's "Ron" Shirt is also wearing a "Ron" shirt. Nice touch.
Ron’s Ron shirt. So bad. pic.twitter.com/s5TajvI33z— Megan Nicole Dong (@sketchshark) December 14, 2017
The artist also perfectly captures Harry's utter contempt for Ron and his handsomeness in the chapter.
Stupid, handsome Ron. pic.twitter.com/ZsZMhjtBU3— Megan Nicole Dong (@sketchshark) December 14, 2017
Of course, you can't illustrate parts of "Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash" without including its most memorable image: Tap-dancing Ron.
That one time Ron consumed his future in-laws. pic.twitter.com/OePuNxD5aB— Megan Nicole Dong (@sketchshark) December 14, 2017
...Who also eats Hermione's family. We'll never see this chapter on film, but thanks to Megan Nicole Dong, we've got a pretty great comic version.