First of all i have to thank Jamie (Worminator) and Dick Abott (billiardcue.com) for their help.
Both of you helped me with things like shadow or light around the cue and how i can cut it better.
I realy wanted to thank both of you for that, and you are my two "heroes of collages" :thumbup: :grin-square
I'm not one of the "big dogs" around here but I do have a good eye for art and what looks like true quality. This arrangement you have shown is very nice. Very unique and all the pictures and background flow together nicely. Can you swap out various backgrounds depending upon what colors are trying to be complimented/contrasted in the cue?
Thanks for your kind words, it´s great to hear that you folks out there like it, because i was not sure.
You could use any background you want and move the parts (cues) around like you want. Size variations, too.
i like it,i wish i could do pics like that,but I am known to be low tech .
Thanks Dean, but you can believe me i am "low tech", too.
Had no idea how i could do that, but nice people over here at AZ helped me with the pics, the collages and more .......
And for sure, i hope i am getting better
An impressive way to show your cues. Nice Job...Ernie's photo..Nice touch to put that in too.
I always wanted to learn to do that kind of presentation "Collages".
You cropping by hand? Or with RGB/Numerics?
Thx Alton, and i am looking forward to do some collages with my new caps and there cues, too.
I do it by hand with one of the "lasso tools" - thanks to Dick :thumbup: