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Freddy Krueger Custom Converse by GilliganFonzarelli Freddy Krueger Custom Converse by GilliganFonzarelli
A custom Freddy Krueger Converse to be signed by Heather Langencamp this summer.
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Tisby Feb 17, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
O...my...glob... <3
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Kaida124 Oct 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Where do you get these shoes!? R they expensive!
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:icongilliganfonzarelli:
These shoes are custom made but ready to be ordered to your own specs.  Just let me know.  They are about $300 shipping included.
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Kaida124 Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Dang they're expensive...
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:icongilliganfonzarelli:
Yeah, but that includes the cost of the shoe as well as materials and time.  Plus, in the end, you have a one-of-a-kind pair of shoes that no one in the entire world also has.  Beats the mass produced same ol' same ol' that they sell at Journeys.

These cost a little more than a normal pair because of the 3D skin effects.
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xHawkFlightx Oct 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

I dont need it

I dont need it

I dont need it

I NEED IT

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:icontwiztedbookmarkz:

how did you make these..or where did you get them

 

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:icongilliganfonzarelli:
I used some sort of Venom action figure that had a cool texture that looked like Freddy skin to make a mould and then poured liquid latex into the hold (I used simple plasticine for the mold).

When the latex dried I pre-painted it using fabric paint (it dries flexible but keeps its shine).

Then I cut the slashes into the fabric and inserted the latex, which I contact cemented into place.

Oh, and the stripes are just plain Sharpies, which I wouldn't recommend unless the shoe is for display only, otherwise use fabric paint or fabric markers.

That's pretty much it.  

Oh yeah, and then I showed them to Heather Langencamp and Robert Englund, who loved them and signed them.
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:iconshadowsteed15:
Oh my I would LOVE to have this! :D
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