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  1. Wendy Hoiby
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 15:13:13


    I am a huge Star Wars fan and I’ve been working on a project at work for the last 8 months that I keep referring to as being similar to “herding cats”. You can imagine how I flipped when I saw your “Herding Cats” photo! I looked at Redbubble and didn’t see it available for purchase. Is there any way I can purchase that in a notecard or even larger format – 8X10 – something I can proudly frame and hang on my cubicle wall? I work for a software company – you can imagine how I would be the envy of many fellow Star Wars enthusiasts :-)

    Wendy Hoiby


    • egerbver
      Mar 28, 2012 @ 21:13:43

      Hello Wendy,

      I know exactly how you feel! I’m happy you found my photos and thanks for the great comment! As for putting the Herding Cats shot on Redbubble, consider it done. Here is the direct link 😮 Thank you so much for the support.



    • Griffin Bentley
      Apr 03, 2013 @ 16:02:59

      Hey Urban Outfitters is interested in some of your art on tshirts. We have the Star Wars license in the USA and Canada and I would like to speak to you about buying some of your art. At first I want to buy this art from you


  2. Anakin Skywalker
    Aug 06, 2012 @ 19:16:34

    I do this with MY action figures, too, so you can imagine how delighted I was to find your project. This is great! Where do you find inspiration for these? Particularly the cloned photos. You are a great inspiration to me. PLease, can you help me? Just give me some basic tips? Thanks!


    • egerbver
      Aug 13, 2012 @ 21:22:07

      Hey There,

      Thanks for the note and wonderful words! I just had a look at your shots, as for suggestions…just have fun and try to improve on each shot. Lighting is usually the key to a good photo, regardless if it is a flash or natural. Be sure to pay attention to this. Hope this was somewhat helpful. If you have specific questions about your work, just let me know 😀



      • Anakin
        Aug 28, 2012 @ 21:36:47

        Thanks for the help! I know I`m an ametuer. What editing program do you use? How much does it costs, if anything?

        Keep up the great work!


        • egerbver
          Aug 29, 2012 @ 20:12:39

          Hello Anakin,

          I use Photoshop. But there are a few free softwares that are comparable. I hear GIMP is very good, but I haven’t tired it out, so I do not have any personal experience with it.



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