Woman Uses AI To Show How The Characters Of “Harry Potter” Were Supposed To Look Based On Book Descriptions (25 Pics)

There are numerous reasons why people prefer books over movie adaptations. Reading leaves room for imagination. We can visualize the setting and how the characters look from the details given by the author. There are usually no length constraints to a book, while the films are very time-limited. Therefore, the reader gets more essential details in the book than the scriptwriters include in the movie.

The Harry Potter film series is perhaps one of the most successful book adaptations ever made. Some even claim that Harry Potter tops the poll of best book-to-film adaptations. Yet, one of the issues in adapting a book to a film is casting. Although some novels use characters based on real people, it’s not an easy job to find an actor who can convey the book character’s both personal qualities and physical traits. Yet, it seems that Harry Potter’s casting directors did a pretty good job.

One Vietnamese woman, known to her followers as MsBananaAnna, wanted to see what Harry Potter characters would look like based solely on their book descriptions. To fulfill that, she used artificial intelligence. Scroll below to see how AI technologies helped MsBananaAnna recreate Harry Potter characters.

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#3 Draco Malfoy

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#4 Lucius Malfoy

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#5 Severus Snape

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#6 Lord Voldemort

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#7 Merope Riddle (Voldemort’s Mother)

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#8 Ronald Weasley

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#9 Narcissa Malfoy

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#10 Sirius Black

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#11 Peter Pettigrew

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#12 Cho Chang

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#13 Remus Lupin

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#14 Pansy Parkinson

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#15 Luna Lovegood

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#16 Dolores Umbridge

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#17 Nymphadora Tonks

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#18 Charlie Weasley

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#19 Argus Filch

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#20 Neville Longbottom

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#21 Petunia Dursley

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#22 Cedric Diggory

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#23 Bellatrix Lestrange

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#24 Gilderoy Lockhart

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#25 Vernon Dursley

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Artist Suffering From Anxiety And Depression Illustrates Her Daily Life In Funny Comics (20 Pics)

Although the pandemic has worsened mental health for many, it has also taught us to be more open about what we are going through. Because of Covid-19, at one point, many of us experienced the feeling of loneliness, isolation, overthinking, and uncertainty about what the future will hold. These are the feelings and emotions people with depression and anxiety go through on a daily basis.

Luckily, many more people share their daily struggles and battles with mental issues on social media. When people online share something so personal and sensitive, it evokes a feeling that we are not alone. That someone across the globe is fighting a similar battle, and it’s a battle you can win by taking baby steps every day.

Everyone handles emotions differently. Someone turns to a friend or a family member, someone delves into unhealthy addictions, and someone turns to art. British illustrator Gemma Correll turned to comics to cope with hardships through a pinch of humor. Using simple illustrations that depict the life of a person struggling with mental issues, Gemma transmits her feelings in a relatable way to over 924K followers on Instagram. Simply take a look.

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Gemma is a cartoonist, writer, and illustrator from England but currently lives in California. She went to art school in Norwich, England, and has a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design specializing in Illustration. She has created illustrations for Amazon, Hallmark, The New York Times, Oxford University Press, Knock Knock, Chronicle Books, and Bodyform.

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If you or someone you know is struggling with depression or other mental illnesses, please seek help immediately. 




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