Airbrushing can take your customs to the next level, but it takes a little bit of practice to get good at it.
Noel Alvarado (@noelitoo_) stopped by the Angelus studio to show you guys a few useful airbrushing tips and how to create the perfect pair of back to school customs.
Check out the tutorial below and a few more great customs from some of our sponsored artists.
As everyone settles into the new school year,@noelitoo_ stopped by to make a tutorial for these Crayola Back to School Air Force 1s for the kids.
Follow along to learn how to paint bold colors and how you can use an airbrush to step up your customs game. You'll learn a few new techniques and what materials you need to create your own back to school custom sneakers.
Need gift ideas? A personalized pair of customs make the perfect present for almost any occasion.
Sponsored artist@astrotorfcustoms created these Chicago-themed Jordan 1s as a special gift for the groom from the bride.
Want to try making your own? Grab a starter kit to give it a shot.
Only two months left until the NBA is finally back in action. Now's the time to get your customs ready for the new season.
Sponsored artist @Bbizon painted these South Beach 11s featuring a detailed cityscape and the iconic Miami Vice colors.
Pick up some Miami Vice and hot pink paint to get started on your own Miami Heat customs.
Sponsored artist@justwincustoms is back at it with the Nike Glitch 4.0.
If you want to learn how to make this design yourself, be sure to check out this tutorial on our YouTube channel.@justwincustoms will walk you through the materials and techniques you need to create this glitch effect.
Need some custom cleats for football season? Check out these DBZ customs for some inspiration.
Sponsored artist@dejesuscustomfootwear designed these custom Broly gold-bottom cleats just in time for the new season.
Pick up a 12 color assortment kit to try making your own custom cleats.
Remember to follow Angelus on Instagram for more customs and tutorials, and check out our online store to get the materials you need for your next project.