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[West University, T-ball]: Cubs’ Sneak Peek

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As parents, you sit in the stands to watch the game, but what do you not see? Sonny shot the WULL 5 year old Cubs last Saturday and we can’t wait to share these action photos! Imagine sitting on the first base line with him. These are faces you probably don’t see the rest of the week.

Ready for a sneak peek? 🙂 We will post more players after the team photo is ready. That will be in about a week.
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The 1st Base Line

The 1st Base Line

It’s Alive! Our New Website is Up & Running

Our new website went live earlier this week. Click Me to see the changes.

Michelle & I felt the website was ready for an update. It is the same layout with a much needed face lift. The overall look and feel is clean and modern. The three biggest differences you’ll notice are to the larger and faster slideshow on the Home page, added company information to the Contact Us page, and the icons on the Galleries page.

The Contact Us page was overhauled. It now contains company information, contact phone numbers, and link to our Facebook page.

Of course, none of this would be possible without my friend Mike Bowden doing the really hard coding that I cannot handle. I’ve known Mike since 2005. We have a great business relationship and he is my go-to man for anything website related! If you need a referral for web coding and business development, then please contact us and we will forward his information to you.

As always, we want to hear what you like or dislike about the website. Leave comments below.

Thank you,
-Michelle & Sonny

Sandra - October 31, 2010 - 9:38 AM

So far love the mobile theme!

Sonny Cantu - November 1, 2010 - 5:41 AM

Thank you Sandra. I was happy to see the new site ran well on mobile devices.

2nd Batch of New Poster Designs

The design bug bit me again. I got on a roll this time and created nine original pieces. These are first drafts so I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback. As a potential client, parent, friend, coach, or fellow designer tell me what you like or dislike about these designs.

Some of the posters still need a little tweaking, but overall I’m pleased.

1. 2 Colors


 
 
2. Curvy

 
 
3. Metals

 
 
4. Paper Bag

 
 
5. Rivets & Steel

 
 
6. Signs

 
 
7. Stadium

 
 
8. Stripes

 
 
9. Worn & Crumbled

Angela Canady - October 22, 2010 - 9:41 PM

Wow sonny, you take my breath away. Your photos are so awesome. There are so many great posters. I LOVE #1 and 7. I don’t know how these mothers are gona be able to pick one. A mother of Silver Wing I would take so many. These are wonderful memories that will last forever. Again Great job.

Sonny - October 23, 2010 - 11:54 PM

Thank you Angela. We’re glad you like your photos. We always try to give the Eagles our best.

Michelle - October 25, 2010 - 8:12 AM

Thanks Angela! Sonny can make these for drill team, too. Did you get to see the 1st round of new poster designs in the Aug 29 post? Hope Hannah likes her action photos from Homecoming. 🙂

Some Love for the Line

Even in little league there is not a lot of love for the offensive and defensive lines. Let’s face it, the crowds nowadays want to see explosive high scoring games. None of this would be possible without these guys. Here’s to the tough guys in the trenches.















Mykel-Anne Baumann - November 10, 2010 - 11:50 AM

I feel the love for the line in these shots! The reoccurring theme is the eyes closed method seems to work best… Obviously the total opposite of keeping your eye on the ball in baseball. LOL! MA

Mykel-Anne Baumann - November 10, 2010 - 11:53 AM

I definitely feel the love for the line in these shots! The reoccurring theme is the eyes closed method seems to work best…Obviously the opposite from keeping your eye on the ball in baseball! LOL!

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