Harry Potter Pictures for Facebook and MySpace Profiles, Twitter Buddy Icons and Avatars

Other Harry Potter graphics on this blog:

Just in time for the premiere of the new Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince

Someone created a great poster of 20 Harry Potter character sketches. I broke it apart and optimized the individual drawings to be 256 pixels wide that is optimal for Facebook profile pictures.

From having created one of the Harry Potter Facebook friends tagging meme posters back in March, I also have some small photos of Harry Potter characters. These are only 156 pixels wide, the odd size being to fit into that poster. However, they can still serve many applications like Twitter, WordPress and other blogs, etc. Please just note that with most icons and avatars, a square shape is desired, typically 128 pixels squared or less. If you use the ones I have provided below, there may be some cutting off or cropping. However, I think most people will be OK because the face will be captured well, and that’s what matters most.

To get the icons, please:

Enjoy!

Credits: The original illustrations below were done by Gemma Wilson of Perth, Australia, aka Snapesnogger on Fanart and DeviantArt.

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Harry Potter Facebook Picture Tagging Meme

Other Harry Potter graphics on this blog:

I must say I’m very surprised no one has created one of these Facebook picture tagging memes with Harry Potter characters. Isn’t Harry Potter, like, huge? Still? Maybe I’m wrong cause that many people couldn’t have forgotten about Harry Potter, could they have? Well, we’ll see, I guess, from how many people who view and download this graphic and tell others about it. Harry Potter fans, enjoy!

Since the original posting, I have found more Harry Potter tagging posters, have enhanced them in various ways and added them to the collection.

Here’s how to get this graphic for your Facebook fun:

  • Click on the picture below to get it at full size.
  • Right click on that picture and save to your computer.
  • Upload it to your Facebook profile.
  • Tag your friends!

Please click here for a complete list of over 100 Facebook picture tagging memes on this site with which you can use for fun with your friends.

 

Credits: The two portrait illustrations at right were originally done by Gemma Wilson, aka Snapesnogger on Fanart and DeviantArt.

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