Custom 1985 Topps Jordan Minch
One site that will always mean a lot to me is the 1985 Topps set. It was the first real set that I completed by buying packs. Remember when packs where 35 cents each, and a box cost under $20? As I get this site back up again I thought a few new 1985 Topps cards could be the ones to do it.
Back At It
After a small hiatus I decided to bring this site back online. It has some terrible photos of mine on it. It also has some pretty cool creations on it. I don’t know where I am headed with this, but I thought that it would be cool to put it back up, and see what happens.
I was blessed to get to watch Tim Lincecum pitch a couple of weeks ago. I really love his style, and it was perfect for making lots of pictures. I had a great seat to make pictures of him during the game, but late in the game I was asked to move behind the plate for a minute while they helped a VIP get out of the row. Of course I took that to mean that I could get right behind the plate to make a couple of pictures. I did just that, and the photo above one of those that I took from there. (more…)
Here is another card that I made for the 2013 West Lafayette JV team. I am a bit behind in posting them because of something else coming up unexpectedly, but I need to get these cards out there. I love the new Topps design, and I also like finding pictures of mine to put on them. I will try and keep up with this project over the next couple of days, but it may go on hiatus again as I make a trip to San Francisco to see the Giants play.
Here is another of the cards that I made for the local JV baseball team. I have been wanting to brush up on my Photoshop skills, and I thought a nice little project was just the way to do that. I like the way that the new cards from Topps look, and I like how my pictures look on them even better. This will be a fun set to see complete.