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Angelus Acrylic Leather Paints are brilliant in color and are to be used for decorating, staining, or edging smooth leather and vinyl articles. Ideal for painting special areas on western boots, belts, tennis shoes, purses, jackets, etc. Angelus Leather Paint, when dry, will not peel, crack, or rub-off. Waterbased for easy clean up. To promote a higher gloss finish on some leathers, first apply Angelus Clear Acrylic Finisher, let dry, then apply paint. All colors can be intermixed to achieved countless other colors.

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Angelus is great for paint Leather Canvas Sneakers. Check out below some of the most common Questions.

Q:What is the best paint for leather shoes?
A: Angelus leather paint, there is a complete sticky in the forum about this

Q: How do people engrave on shoes, such as add gator skin?
A: Woodburing Pen or Soldering Iron. These are widely available online or
in arts or crafts stores. Please check eBay, as I bought mine off of there.

Q: How do people add fabric or denim to shoes?
A: Make a stencil by masking off the area with masking tape and cuting it out with an exacto knife to make a precise stencil. Trace onto your fabric, cut out precisely, glue on with fabric glue. (people prefer GOOP)

Q: How do people add lettering to shoes?
A: Vinyl letter stickers are available at any arts and crafts store. Lay down your desired base coat for the color of the lettering, lay down your stickers, add you second color direclty over the stickers, remove carefully.

Q: Can you paint midsoles? If so is there any suggested paint?
A: Yes you can paint midsoles, but they WILL crack over time. At this point there is no perfect paint for midsoles but people are experimenting.

Q: How do you change the color of suede?
A: Angelus leather dye works best, but must be applied with extreme caution as it will bleed.

Q: How do people make such clean edges/designs?
A: Most people have developed enough skill through practice to creat clean designs by hand. This will take time! However, people can mask to achieve straight lines or edges.

Q: How do you make camo, elephant print, safari, etc...
A: Search google for images of samples that have been produced. Lay down your base coat color and add your secondary or third colors on top.

Q: How do I add images on fabric to my customs?
A: Paper that can be printed directly through an inkjet printer.(Iron on transfers) This can be purchased online or at office supplies stores. Print your image on the paper, iron onto your fabric, then cut and glue onto your shoes.

Q: What do Angelus Paint Dullers and Varnishes do?
A: Paint duller can be added directly to your paint to deminish the gloss it comes with and accomplishes a factory produced look. Varnishes can be added after you are done painting to add a glossy/shiny look to your paint
to accomplish a patent leather look.

Q: How do I get glow in the dark paint?
A: Buy glow in the dark pigment powwder made for acrylic paints and add it to Angelus Neutral leather paint. This powder is available certain places online.

Q: What should I use to prepare the shoes and how do I know
if they are prepared correctly?
A: Pure acetone is the strongest and most effective way to remove factory finishes for the best results in customizing. I personally use cotton balls for
larger areas and cotton q-tips for smaller areas that are dipped in acetone to prepare my customs. Apply a good amount of pressure and scrub, but not so hard that you remove the texture of the leather. Some people believe you must make the leather turn grey for it to be prepared, but
aslong as the finish is off, you're good to go.

Q: How do I make my own shirts?
A: Some people hand paint their shirts, other use iron on transfer paper, and the rich folks have screenprinted or silkscreeners.

Q: How do you change the color of the inside of shoes?
A: If mesh like on many AF1s, you may paint it with acrylic paint, but it will become stiff. If leather, paint it like any other leather part of the shoe with proper preparation.

Q: How do I achieve a fade effect? (i.e. Haze Dunks)
A: Airbrushing, experiment, basic common knowledge to most so I won't go in detail.

Q: Is shoe wax/water repellant needed to be applied after
finishing a custom?
A: No, angelus paint is water proof, but it doesn't hurt, just dont spray on too much.

Q: How do I achieve fine detail/small thin lines?
A: Using a brush that comes to a small point and applying barely any pressure can get you those perfect details.

Q: Is createx a usable paint for customizing shoes?
A: I've heard it is and it isn't. I have never used it and I see no reason why anyone would becasue angelus works just fine.

Q: Can I throw my shoes in a washing machine to clean
them/white up the mesh?
A: I have heard of great stories and horror stories from this. I reccommend against it as the mositure that will be left in the shoes will deterioate the soles. As for how clean you shoes get, don't expect miracles. Be sure to add the proper detergent and put the shoes in separate pillow cases.

Q: Will customs with printed canvas on them last through
wear in the rain, snow, etc.?
A: If you follow the correct proceedures, even ironed on canvas should last because they are made to even go through the washing machine with no bleeding.

Q:How do I paint the "Nike Air" stitching on the back of Air Force
A: Use a fine tiped brush and apply the paint thinly. Take your time!

Q: How can I avoid leaving burn marks in the leather?
A: Since it is a woodBURNING pen, it will leave dark burn lines on certain shoes and colors. If you want to get rid of these, paint over them with the same color.

Q: How do I make custom tags like Nikes?
A: Ask your local embroidey shop for an estimate of prices and what can be done. Some screenprinters also do this...

Q: Where can you buy Goop (the glue)?
A: I personally go to a store called JoAnns Fabrics, Ive heard of people going to other arts and cratfs stores such as Micheals for things such as goop also.

Q: Who on ISS airbrushes?
A: C2, Retro!nk, EL, Gambino, Jor1, just to name a few that come to my
mind first.

Q: Where can I find silica packets to buy?
A: Google Search...

Q: How do I make the splatter effect?
A: Mask off anywhere you dont want paint to be. Then there are several ways to apply the splatter, some drop it from brushes at a high point and let gravity to the work. Some people goop in on their brushes and flick or throw it at the shoes. Some also blow the paint out of a straw to get the job

Q: When to add varnish/gloss/waterproofer?
A: Anytime after your paint has dried.

Q: Will shoe polish come off in the rain/snow?
A: Check the label to see if it is waterproof, if not, add waterproofer.

Q: How do I paint patent leather?
A: I myself have never heard a solid fool proof way yet. Anyone got one,
feel free to let me know, if not, I would reccomment not painting it.

Q: Where can I purchase Carbon Fiber?
A: It is available online in many stores, eBay, and some people have said they found it at local craft stores.

Q: Where can I buy Nike SB Laces?
A: I know for sure one seller on eBay that always had some available with BIN.

Q: How deep do I burn when trying to make gator/elephant
A: Quoted By Chameleon:

"To start off with, there is no answer. There is no measurement or depth
gage for you to go by. There are no standards. No color markers or
changes in the smell of the burning leather. If the alligator skin is done
properly, it should not be even. Much like real alligator skin it should not
compltely symmertical. There are highs and lows in the grain. To use the
coin term "scales" loosely, there should not be in a uniform pattern.
Experiment with it. That could quite possibly be the best info you could get
regarding the croc pattern.

With that said, there are many customs ive seen out there that have a
simple checker board pattern that looks very unauthentic. For that, press
the hot woodburning pen into the leather and drag it in a slow, straight,
steady line. Repeat if necessary. "

Angelus Leather Acrylic Paint Set 12 1oz Jars


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