well, that was interesting
Practice this more. LOL The angle you shoot the cue ball can help in not hitting the persons face. Meaning have it lower. You will be literally shooting up at a higher angle, but the cue ball falls back and doesn't hit anything. I normally don't do this shot in shows because there are so many variables that can go wrong and this is someones face.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the response Brian.
I practiced the shot with my box a good 20 or so more times until I thought i had it down.. Head at the first diamond, about a half diamond in, worked good with 3 or 4 chalks, ok.. I thought I was ready.
But I didn't have control of the crowd around me as I managed to get the very pretty and large beasted young lady with the girls jacked up to lay down on the table.
That was a mistake.
But hey, keep going.. I get down for the shot and my "shot picture" is her lips around a chalk cube. I guess the ball was on there too but, whole different view then that box for sure. Whole head there and it's laughing. I miscued and we agreed to practice again.
Oh the rest of you, yeah you wish there was a video. I'll do my best to keep trying even if it takes months of tries and hey, I have this feeling I might just do it on my home table, so I might try that for a month or two...
Big thumbs up to the women of trick shot artists!