I agree with Hugh. This is getting old, time to move on.
I am not going to get into an argument. I have told the truth. Years of design effort is being plastered over by the act of plagiarism. Believe me, I am not being amusing. I am not lying, and I'm not trying to claim someone elses story. If you want to see something amusing then watch Mr. Bean. My name is clearly seen on the face of the image of the book shown in post No. 13. From the very first post on this column there appears to have been a lean towards the backing of a plagiarist. I hope that is a misunderstanding of the facts. I brought information, that is true, to the forum that was going nowhere. Have a good look at the book cover art and notice letter 'S' is designed in the right-front root of the stump. It is not letter J, K, or R. The image shown is clear enough to see the name drawn on the front of the stump. Letters 'GS' can be found midway up the left vine. It is formed in the vine itself. It is the closest part of the vine near to the left side of the trunk. It is not a type font. An air brush of a paint program, on the PC, was used to form the artwork. I don't need to take credit from someone elses creations. I want the truth to be revealed. If my marks can be seen on the image then I can reveal others. If it is not of anyone's interest in finding out the truth then I won't continue to release relevant id details to the forum.
That is all.
Focus on the special edition of the book 'The Tales of Beedle The Bard', see the image above; #77, at a point midway up the vine on the left of the cover. Jotting inwards are two letters; 'GS'. They lean downwards, as if they are pointing towards the tree stump. They were designed to do so by the creator of the cover graphics. On the right front root of the stump can be seen the letter 'S'. Above that, following onto the top of the trunk is shaded line markings that were to represent letter 'G'. They were designed to be a hieroglyph of the creator of the cover image. My three letter initials are 'GRS'. My home number is 71. The letter 'G' can be found in the boy's name 'Harry' in the center of letters 'Ha'. In the name 'Potter', between letters 'Po', is letter 'S', it is flipped, so as to meld in with the letters so as not to be too obvious the mark was of intrinsic value . Anything I claim to have designed is verifiable or is of my original creation. I am the original creator of the Harry Potter concept. This is why the inclusions are known to be in the productions and books. If you take a close look at the vertical leg of letter 'P', in Potter, number '71' can be seen in some of the graphic of film titles.
And getting back to the original post, unsurprisingly, the case has now been thrown out of court.
US judge zaps Harry Potter plagiarism claim - Yahoo! News
"The contrast between the total concept and feel of the works is so stark that any serious comparison of the two strains credulity."