Pencils and Inks of Page 7 from Red Team #7
Red Team #5 Page 15 pencils and inks.
I’ve added more pages for sale to my Comic Art Fans account. If you’re interested, you can take a look here: http://www.comicartfans.com/galleryroom.asp?gsub=142539
The Red Team Vol. 1 trade paperback is already out tomorrow in comic shops! It collects the 7 issue series and there’s a few places with a preview of the first 12 pages:
And Amazon has a nice look inside with all kinds of back matter stuff, including my original character sketches and the first issue in black and white. And you can order it there if that’s how you roll:
I haven’t done a whole lot in the comics industry so it’s weird for me to say this is what I’m most proud of, but… it is. It was an honor of the highest kind to be able to work on Garth’s scripts and while I look back at some of my work and cringe, I think the story is so strong, you can enjoy the writing even if you’re not that into the art. I hope people give it a shot and enjoy it, and spread the word about it. Crime comics aren’t a big thing in this industry currently, but I believe Garth’s work on this deserves as much praise as possible. Thank you to everyone for their support!
From Red Team #7, out today!
You can read it on Comixology here, with exclusive black-and-white pages: https://www.comixology.com/Garth-Enniss-Red-Team/comics-series/9648
Things get pretty real in the last issue of Red Team. #7, the extra-sized conclusion is out March 12th - Tomorrow! I forgot how much fun I had inking this issue until I started looking for things to post. Hope people enjoy it! I poured a lot of blood, sweat, and cookies into this.
You can read #1-6 here (and 7, once it’s out): https://www.comixology.com/Garth-Enniss-Red-Team/comics-series/9648
Thanks for all the support!
Red Team #7, Page 5 inks and pencils - The 32 page (and that’s story pages) finale is out this Wednesday. Written by Garth Ennis, with art by me, colors by Adriano Lucas, letters by Rob Steen, and published by Dynamite Entertainment. Hope everyone enjoys this final part.
Check out the preview here: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=20640
Pencils and inks of Page 14, Red Team #6. A little touching moment before crazy stuff goes down.
Panels from Red Team #6, written by Garth Ennis and art by a cool guy named Craig. Shh.
Red Team #5 panels, featuring partners Eddie and Trudy. If you haven’t already, you can read Red Team #1-6 for only $1.99 each here: http://www.comixology.com/Garth-Enniss-Red-Team/comics-series/9648
If you have read it, THANK YOU! You’re my favorite. If you haven’t, it’s okay, I’ll still think highly of you for even reading this post with my boring blabbering and talky cop crime story art.
And issue 7, the 32 page conclusion (for this volume, at least), should be coming very soon! I saw the colors. It looked pretty nice.
Inks of Pages 7 and 8, from Red Team #6
Pencils and inks of Page 2 from Red Team #6 - Funeral for Tim Williams
Inks of pages 3 and 4 from Red Team #6 - out today! You can pick it up at a comic shop or get it digitally here: http://www.comixology.com/Red-Team-6/digital-comic/50724?app=1
Written by Garth Ennis, art by meeeee, Colors by Adriano Lucas, Letters by Rob Steen, and Published by Dynamite Entertainment
Guns are drawn (punny) in Red Team #6, out tomorrow - Written by Garth Ennis, Art by me, Colors by Adriano Lucas, Letters by Rob Steen, from Dynamite Entertainment
RED TEAM #6, the penultimate issue <tears>, out this wednesday! Written by Garth Ennis, Art by some Craig clown, Colors by Adriano Lucas, Letters by Rob Steen, and published by Dynamite Entertainment. Here’s the 8 page preview on Comic Book Resources: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=18909
The second half of this comic will make you sad.
You can get caught up and read Red Team #1-5 for $1.99 each on Comixology: http://www.comixology.com/Garth-Enniss-Red-Team/comics-series/9648