Laser 1 Lance Mountain custom

Discussion in 'Sneaker Art' started by k20lee, Oct 6, 2015.

  1. k20lee

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    Had these done by a guy I was referred to, his IG name is eecheeoogee..... he did an incredible job IMO and he kept in constant contact with me daily with updates. His price is more than fair and the turn around was quick. May not be liked by many of you but I think they look real good and it's what I wanted to go with. You don't see this being done with lasers, so something different is the route I chose.

     
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  2. andybestfp

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    I am not a fan of "used look". But when again looking at pictures, I kinda like it more. The idea is original and it looks great. Maybe white laces but maybe.
     
  3. staffsgtdignam

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    Awesome work! I think I'm going to attempt to do the black LM pair myself with one of my Lasers.. What kind of paint did he use for the white exterior coat?
     
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  4. k20lee

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    I believe just the basic white Angelus. I also thought about getting a blk pair done. I need to get a beater shoe and attempt customizing.
     
  5. Bert.

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    Damn those look kinda good
     
  6. k20lee

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    I was on the fence on how much color I wanted exposed. maybe I should've done less but in the end I'm happy with how they turned out. he's doing a few more pair on the "low", I'm excited about them. 8)
     
  7. myrtle ertel 19

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    These would be iller if it was spraypaint and the white would wear away, but stay white in the laser-cutout parts.

    still dope tho!
     
  8. k20lee

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    I had thought about doing them that way but it seems like there's more room for mistakes that way.