The historic first test of the system. Happy Pentecost! (Strip-by-strip commentary was updated in 2008.) VERY early from-memory Integra sketches, as evidenced by the tucked-in scarf.
Alucard in color; a better Helena. One of my better Alucard profiles, as it was drawn directly from the anime… Helena here, on the other hand, was totally from memory -_-;
If you can’t figure the eyes out, it’s probably the art’s fault. Up for a little game? Then try some matching: which characters do each of these eye sketches go with?
This is a hard figure to find these days. Which is a shame, for obvious reasons. Just thought I’d share with you all the niftiness of this Integra figurine. Stand in awe of the really-darn-spiffiness and utter calm cool controlledness that is Integra. Worship Integra.
Was randomly inspired to do Seras being cute, then an axe of the Incognito variety.
My first-ever sketches of Seras, drawn shortly before she made her first appearance.
Practice on mouths and how they interact with things in them (cigars, crosses, flags, etcetera). I don’t think it helped much. She’s folding up a British flag…I think.
…in preparation for the day when I will become Walter’s apprentice.
Integra-faces all sketched from TV series episode 13, in which she shows a wider range of emotions than just about the rest of the series put together.
Corrections from The Future: Integra is Abraham Van Helsing’s granddaughter, not great-granddaughter; and the Hellsing manga was later identified as taking place in 1999. Shine, however, begins in 1997. Ooooooooooooooo…… No, Jonathan, go back to your room! Good thing Mina never got to see the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. It used her name but it… Continue reading First Time Reading Dracula