Forbush Noir

The new OK, Panic! is online and ready for your perusal. Hope you enjoy it. It’s called “Feldman: Man, Myth, Magic!” and the theme was chosen by Kurt Dinse.

What does that have to do with Forbush Man you ask? Well, about a month ago, Eric Shonborn chose “Noir” for his Panic theme. Since noir means “black” in French, we decided to color one Forbush and leave the other rendered in stark b&w. Because the other artists on the site left their craftwork in b&w, Wheeler suggested we submit our colored version to be different and publish the b&w Forbush on Sketchbook. So, a month later, here it is. (Special thanks to Sarah Potter for lighting a fire under Sketchbook’s web administrator; otherwise, with his bad memory, he might have never posted the piece).

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2 Responses to “Forbush Noir”

  1. jason says:

    I like the color version of this piece but it’s nice to see it in b&w as I think it works better this way with the noir theme. My only question: Is that bottle half empty or half full?

  2. Wheeler Hall says:

    @Jason, Forbush goes his own way – he’s a non-conformist. So, when Panic says, “noir,” he says “color.”

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