Illustrate Something

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Dear partners,

I sell accessories for pool&billiards (mostly through ebay) and at the moment I would like to have four-five nice-looking images/pictures designed to illustrate the features and benefits of pool/billiard gloves. I will use these images for my items on ebay or on my web-site.

The images should not be really formal (more unformal than formal), stylish, creative, colorful, attractive, and when you look at the image you can easily understand its meaning. It should definitely create a positive emotion, (and as a result a feeling of trust to the seller) that should stimulate the potential customer to buy the product. Some words may also be used, but not too many.

There is no any standard for the images, so be creative!

The first image should illustrate the features (benefits) of the material of the glove. Here is some information on that:

The material of the glove is called Biflex. It is an elastic-type synthetic knitted fabric with high content of Lycra. Its characteristics are:

Lightweight, stretchable, form fitting, breathable, durable, strong and fits like double skin. It doesn’t wrinkle; it is easily washed and dries quickly. It fits easily into the pocket or a case pouch, so the player can take it anywhere.

The image doesn’t need to include all the characteristics of the material, but at least (but not limited to) the most important ones:

- Stretchable

- Durable

- Form fitting, fits like double skin

If it is not possible to fit all that on one image – more images are OK.

Next image should be about the main feature of the glove.

The main feature of the glove is to help the cue slide smoothly and accurately over the pool player's bridge hand. There is less friction between the pool cue and the billiard glove than there would be without a glove. Reducing this friction will make your stroke more consistent and accurate, with better cue ball control.

So, the glove is needed for more consistent, accurate, comfortable and enjoyable play.

In other words, with the glove you can have a smoother stroke.

With the glove “the player will never have to worry about those rough sticky house cues not sliding between the fingers”

If it is not possible to illustrate all that on one image – more images are OK.

Next image should be about the benefits of the glove in comparison with other “accessories” used for better sliding of the cue.

Another popular accessory for better sliding of the cue is billiard talc (it is also called the “cue powder or hand chalk”). I found some good information about the benefits of the glove on the web-site of one of the manufacturers:

“Why wear a billiard glove?

Easy! You don't have to use messy cue powder, your cue stick doesn't collect that sticky gunk, and your billiard table stays looking new longer.

A billiard glove helps my table stay looking new longer?

• Absolutely! Hand chalk not only CLINGS to your tabletop

cloth, causing unsightly residue, but requires constant cleaning, which advances wear. Tables utilized by players using hand chalk require frequent cloth cleaning and felt replacement.

Does it protect my cue as well?

• Absolutely! Without the need for powder, you won't get that buildup that requires your cue to be re-cleaned periodically. You won't get scratches or lose that finish on your custom cue.”

So, the glove eliminates the need for sticky talc, keeps table, your clothes, your hands and your cue clean.

Here are some more challenging phrases:

No more trails of chalk or talc powder on tables or floors!

Shoot with the greatest of ease without all the mess!

If it is not possible to illustrate all that on one image – more images are OK.

In the attachments you can see the images of pool gloves.

Thank you for your time reading this information!

Looking forward to your feedbacks.

Best regards,


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