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How To Paint Canves Shoes: Ink spray

How To Paint Canves Shoes: Ink spray

    It is the time to get creative with your paints. Feel free to use a variety of different tools to create camouflage prints, striped patternings, or flat color blockings – anything you can think of. Whether using paint pens, brushes, or an airbrush, the basic technique doesn’t change.

    Use light coats to get a more even finish.
    Apply multiple layers of paint to help achieve a more solid color.
    Use a heat gun to dry off each layer.
    Keep applying paint until the color is solid and there are no streaks. This should take at least 2-3 layers.

    TIP: If you don’t have a heat gun you can use a hairdryer. Alternatively you can let them air dry, but obviously this takes longer.

    How to correct any mistakes:

      Using acetone and cotton buds, or a rag, you can gently wipe away paint mistakes. Make sure the surface is completely dry before attempting to paint it again.

      The differences in technique between airbrushing and hand-painting:

      Airbrushing is similar to spray paint but in a much more controlled setting. You don’t physically touch the shoe when airbrushing so it’s easier to blend colors or create gradients. With hand painting, you physically brush the paint onto the shoe; this is better for applying fine details, designs, or artwork.

      How to use this technique to restore your canves shoes:
        This is a great way to make your canves shoes look brand new. All the preparation steps are the same, simply apply paint to the scratches and marks after the shoe has been prepared. Apply small and thin coats until the desired look is achieved.