My art teacher gave me a pair of shoes and told me to just go at them. (NOTE: Do not, and I repeat, PLEASE DO NOT ask me to do that. Its very difficult to “do whatever I want” on a pair of shoes that you’ve already paid for, when there is no guarantee that you will like the outcome. It honestly stresses me out. lol)
I really like these because they’re so different. Of course, like on every shoe, there are parts that I wish I hadn’t done, but lets not talk about those ;) Instead, I will tell you that I lovelovelove drawing Koi fish(I have no clue what made me decide to try incorporating them on a shoe :p) and I love how they came out. And if you haven’t realised this by now…I’m in love with compasses (:
Honestly, I don’t know if I’ll be able to recreate these. The pair of shoes themselves are really weird, and I don’t know how or where to find them, so I guess these are up here kind of as reference. I can do something similar, such as incorporate certain parts of the shoe on a shoe that you want, but unless someone can find me a link where I can find these puppies…I can’t replicate them again. Sorry :p
I used a lot of new funky paints on these, which was also a blast <3 Anywho, here you go!
I made these upon request, inspired by the same/similar pattern that I drew on the Brandon Boyd shoes(once again, I give him full credit). There’s not much else to say about them :p Have fun!
These are my newest pair. The left side of the shoe is the inverse of the right side. The two pictures above are the same pair, one is the inside and the other the outside. The pattern on the shoe is just a doodle I always draw; a bunch of little shapes. I can switch the color of the slime/background of the shoe(where there is no pattern) to whichever you’d like. The black is done in sharpie and the green is fabric markers.
This design goes best on converse.
These are my best sellers. I have sold several in both converse and vans style. It might be somewhat difficult to tell, but the colors flow in the order of red, orange, yellow, green, teal, blue, and purple. All done in sharpie.