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Custom Hand-Painted Shoes

A project in Lincolnshire, UK by Ellie

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I customise things for people, in particular shoes. All hand-painted, one of a kind and made to order. Whatever you want, I'll give it.
Backers: 8
Average Pledge Per Backer: £91

Funded: £730 of £300
Dates: Dec 5th -> Jan 4th (30 days)
Project By: Ellie
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Latest News

Thank You All!

January 4th - via:
You're gonna read this a lot from me but we are active and that is all thanks to you awesome people. Surveys are sent, now for two months of solid work! If you haven't already, follow the QR and like me on Facebook. I'll set up an album for all the... (Read More)

Deadline Update

January 4th - via:
Hey guys, just wanted to give you a heads up that due to the demand, the target date is gonna have to be pushed back to March but don't fret, my aim is still to get them to you during February but it's just a precaution. I'll keep you all updated.... (Read More)

Goal Reached!

December 30th - via:
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Day Five and Six: The Clean-up, Seal and Lace

December 11th - via:
Annoying as it is that the simplest part of the process takes two days, this is the one stage that can't be made any faster. Sealing and waterproofing the shoes takes 2 days. The first thing I do is go over in black paint pen where the paint wont... (Read More)

Day Four: The Inside Side

December 11th - via:
Day four is mostly spent painting the inside side of the shoe (and usually the tongue though that wasn't the case with this pair.) This pair, it was also a chance to add in final details, the snow on the tongue and a few highlights. GoT Inside   GoT... (Read More)

Day Three: The Details

December 9th - via:
Day 3 is the opportunity I have to take a look at the work with fresh eyes, see what I'm unhappy with or needs changing or adding and to put in fine details or more intense colouring onto places that need it. Mostly it's the strong highlights and... (Read More)

Day Two: The Outside Base

December 7th - via:
Base of the Outside  So, day two consists of getting the majority of the paint down. Usually I work on one shoe at a time but given that the background colour was the same, I did them both simultaneously. Corrections and detail work starts on day... (Read More)

Day One: The Prep

December 7th - via:
Masked and Stencilled  The day one process for the shoes is masking and stencilling as depicted above.   (Read More)

Welcome and Thank You

December 6th - via:
Game of Thrones: Jon Snow and The Night King High-Tops I just want to stop and say welcome and thank you to anyone looking at this page, clearly it's the best advertising I could've done because I've had more views of my etsy page today than I had... (Read More)

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