Ghostbusters Customs Tutorial, Raptors Championship Customs & More

Ghostbusters Customs Tutorial, Raptors Championship Customs & More

Some of our favorite customs artists have been really busy these past few weeks.

From creating customs tutorials to designing custom kicks to commemorate the Raptors' first championship, these artists have been working to bring you some of the cleanest customs you'll ever see. 

Check out some of the best customs from the past few weeks and learn how to make your own custom Ghostbuster Jordan 33s below.

Ghostbusters Air Jordan 33

(source: Angelus)

Sponsored artist @swellguycustoms is constantly working to make new tutorials to show artists like you how you can use Angelus products to create amazing new customs.

In this tutorial, Bryan shows us how to make a custom pair of Ghostbusters Air Jordan 33s with lightning effects and neon paint.

Check out the full tutorial to see the techniques and products used to make these customs.

Raptors Custom Pumas

(source: @mache275)

Last week, the Raptors finally won their first championship in a six-game series against the Golden State Warriors.

To commemorate this championship, sponsored artist @mache275 worked with @pumahoops to design these custom Pumas for the two-time champion Danny Green.

Custom Dad Shoes

(source: @kelshmeamy)

Summer's coming up, which means it's time to break out the dad shoes for some summertime BBQs.


Sponsored artist @kelshmeamy designed these custom Nikes featuring a flame design on the toe. Pick up some lava orange and DTRT yellow paint to get started on a similar pair of customs.

Red and White Dad Shoes

(source: @astrotorfcustoms)

Nike Air Monarchs might be the daddest dad shoe of all time. They also offer the perfect canvas for your next pair of customs.

Sponsored artist @astrotorfcustoms designed this pair of Monarchs featuring a white and red upper with a blue collar and tongue.⠀

Pick up these colors to design a pair of July 4th customs like these.

Flame Jordan 4

(source: @wallychamp15)

A black canvas can be tough to work with, but that didn't stop sponsored artist @wallychamp15 from creating these custom Jordan 4s.

These custom blacked-out 4s feature a neon orange sole with a faded flame design that perfectly complements the all-black colorway.

If you liked these customs, be sure to follow Angelus on Instagram for more designs like these. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube for more tutorials from our sponsored artists.