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15 Skateboard Painting How-to’s

If you like art and are looking for unique places to showcase your talent, how about a skateboard? The below collection of tutorials tells you how to go about it along with some attractive design ideas. Also, get to know what type of paint to use on your skateboards and a few techniques of painting like the use of tape, paint splatters and swirls.

1. DIY Skateboard Painting

There are a host of cool things that you can paint on your skateboards. Your art can be vintage or modern, boasting of a VSCO theme.

2. Painting Skateboard Idea

Thinking of what to paint on your skateboard? Let a page from your favorite comic book act as an inspiration. After all, who doesn’t like superheroes in their lives?

3. Paint Your Own Skateboard

4. Cool Painted Skateboard Deck

5. Spray Paint a Skateboard Deck

Spray paint art dresses up a blank skateboard deck in a way few other painting techniques can. The black and white checkerboard design looks awesome.

6. Custom Painted Skateboard Deck

7. Hand Painted Skateboard Deck

The lovely turtle image has been made prominent by the use of marker pens. You can display this bright skateboard as a décor item.

8. Instructions for Painting on Skateboard

For your skateboard painting, you can use a design cut out or a stencil of your choice. A snake or dragon pattern would be a good idea.

9. Painting a Skateboard with Acrylic

Acrylic paint looks gorgeous on your skateboard. Instead of a picture, you can paint a warm message, nicely decorated, on the piece of wood. The painting uses grip tape.

10. Fun Things to Paint on a Skateboard

11. Unique Skateboard Grip Paint

12. Painting the Bottom of a Skateboard

13. Swirl Paint on Skateboard

14. Easy To Do Skateboard Paint Design

This pattern has a professional look to it. You can alter the design according to your taste. A video, along with the written instructions, helps you in your efforts to learn.

15. Skateboard Paint Splatter

Painted skateboard art would satiate your painting cravings and allow you to spend your free time creatively. Once you are done with the painting, you can hang them on walls or put them on display to let people appreciate your art and to beautify your interiors.

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DIY: Skateboard Decks

I love a project and I love a challenge, so with a house full of skaters it makes sense that once again this summer’s DIY project centers around skateboarding. Last year we made our own longboards, which were a huge success and have seen a ton of use, this year we decided to paint the decks!

The desire to recreate a skate shop display wall is what led to this summer’s project idea. We all admire the amazing artwork we see on the decks hanging on skate shop walls, however purchasing multiple brand name skateboard decks is cost prohibitive, so why not find a way to do it ourselves!

While we will be using these skateboard decks as objet d’art in the boy’s rooms, these boards would also be perfect for riding! Keep reading for a list of supplies, hints, techniques, and inspiration!

Supply list:

  • Blank skateboard deck(s)
  • Frisket for making your own stencils
  • paper/cardstock
  • paints – Acrylic or Spray
  • Paint brushes
  • varnish to seal your design
  • face mask to cover nose and mouth
  • disposable gloves
  • blue tape
  • table/surface covers
  • enclosed area for spray painting
  • paper towels
  • dedicated trash can
  • apron or old clothes
  • Board mounts

Blank Skateboard deck(s) –

DIY Skateboard DecksFirst you’ll need to gather some decks! They can be used or new. We ordered our decks new from an online wholesale website, which meant a minimum order of 10 boards. Our cost per board was $15 including tax and shipping. We chose to sell some of the boards, at cost, to friends who were also interested in this fun project, however this could also make a great birthday party activitiy, or maybe you want to hang 10 boards!

Pre-Project Prep

This may seem obvious, but I feel I should mention: Prepare your work surfaces before you get started, especially if you’re using spray paint or varnish to decorate/finish your decks. You’ll want to create an enclosed area to prevent overspray, and its important to wear a mask, and gloves.

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Don’t use your living room rug as a work space!

Chosing to decorate only the bottom of the decks, we used blue painter tape to cover the sides and top.

Techniques

Each of us designed our own decks and interestingly each of us had a different technique in mind. That’s the great thing about art, anything goes!

Painting

DIY Skateboard DecksThis is a great project for all ages! My younger son was able to design and paint his board with minimal help from me.

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DIY Skateboard Decks

He used acrylic paints for the background, which dry quite quickly, and a cardstock stencil to create the smiley face!

DIY Skateboard DecksI helped him finish the board off with a UV protective varnish.

Stencils

DIY Skateboard DecksMy older son has fully embraced the SoCal culture, and regularly enjoys both skateboarding and surfing, which is what inpsired my design. In order to get the clean crisp look I was after I would need to use stencils.

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Use an exacto blade to relase any stencils that won’t let go.

Using frisket, a low tack material often used by grafitti artists, I created my own stencils. The great thing about Frisket is that it creates a tight seal keeping paint out of unwanted places, but it can also be easily removed! It can be purchased online or at your local art supply store.

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I used the negative image to help me place the letters.

I used the Silhouette Cameo machine to cut my stencils, however one can easily cut these materials freehand with a razor blade or scissors.

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Remember to use an enclosed area before spraying.

After you apply the stencils, use paper and painter tape to protect any areas where you don’t want to apply color. You’re now ready to paint! I chose shades of blue to represent the water meeting the sky. To achieve this graduated look I used Montana Gold spray paint a quick drying paint with a low flow spray.

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Give the paint ample time to dry, especially if you’ve applied a heavy coating. Once the paint has dried, carefully removes the stencils using an exacto knife. Don’t rush when you pull of the tape and stencils as you don’t want to pull off any of your design.

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DIY Skateboard Decks Los Angeles California

I finished the board off with a UV protectant varnish.

DIY Skateboard DecksI enjoyed this process so much I made another deck, this one featuring one of our family’s favorite snacks, popcorn!

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Tape off the areas you don’t want to paint.

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Once the paint is dry apply the next stencil.

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Remember to wear gloves.

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Tape off the areas you don’t want to paint.

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The paint must dry completely before applying the next stencil.

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Unless you want to repaint… don’t apply the next stencil too early.

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The popcorn was a multiple step process.

Simon got in on the stencil action with his Miami Sunset design!

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Image Transfer

DIY Skateboard DecksOur final technique was image transfer. Simon wanted to transfer an image he created previously, but didn’t want to recreate it, so we used acrylic gel medium to transfer the image to the deck.

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Gem Medium can be found in the acrylic paint aisle. Use a laser jet printer.

Prep your deck.

Prep your deck.

You do this by printing your image out using a laser printer. Paint your image with a generous amount of gel medium. Saturate everything, but don’t make it so wet you tear the paper.

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If your image contains text make sure to create a mirror image.

Lay the image down and smooth it out. Let it dry overnight before you complete the process.

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Saturate your image with gel medium an apply it to the board.

When you’re ready to remove the image use a damp sponge or smooth cloth to help you remove the paper. Don’t rub too hard! Give it a minimum of 8 hours but overnight is best!

DIY Skateboard DecksI also wanted to try this technique, so I created a deck using an image I took at the tamago stand in Tsukiji fish market during our Tokyo trip. To create this distressed look I rubbed the image with a rough cloth and then sanded off excess bits of paper.

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DIY Skateboard Deck Los Angeles California

Remember to create a mirror image so your text won’t be backwards!

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Finish up with a coating of UV protective varnish.

We still need to practice this technique but came out with two Decks we were really happy with! We all really enjoyed this project and let coming up with more and more ideas! My son’s birthday is coming up… I feel a party theme coming on!

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Tips & Advice:

  • We purchased the a spray painting tent, disposable gloves, and masks at our local art store!
  • The blue tape and plastic can all be purcahsed at your local hardware store, however we found that we had many of these items around the house left over from previous projects.
  • Don’t rush! Allow time in between steps, especially when applying and painting stencils, or you’ll end up repainting. Trust me, I know.
  • Don’t worry if you make mistakes! It’s just paint, paper, etc. you can always sand off your design or paint over it until you achieve the look you want!
  • We plan to mount our boards with these Sk8ology hooks to give them the appearance of floating on the wall… Once I get them up I’ll update with a photo!

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Are you a fan of skateboarding? Do you love those crazy skateboard designs of the other skaters?

If so, then chances are you know that customizing one can be quite expensive, especially if it involves multiple skateboard decks.

If we seek to plant our personality in our skateboards, then follow some of the recommendations that we leave you below, with options for novices and art professionals.

Stickers are a quick and easy option for skateboard designs

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If we want to decorate quickly and without needing skill with the brush, our best option are the stickers. There is a wide range specially designed to adhere to skateboard decks.

The best thing is that besides saving a lot of time, we can get stickers with almost any subject we want, so we will not be as limited as many people would believe.

If at any time these begin to wear out, it will be enough to replace them, or if we seek to renew ourselves, we can remove them.

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Get creative with the use of paints

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The best skateboard designs are made by hand with the use of paints. Among the pros of using them, we have that almost any type and brand will serve us to paint the deck. Of course, we have to consider that, unlike Stickers, the painting will be captured, and so it can splinter or erased.

Among the most creative and useful options for paintings are:

Paint Pens for fine lines: Whether we use them for writing or for drawing, Paint pens are ideal choices. Their wide range of options in both colors and thicknesses will allow you to create designs in an orderly manner.

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If, on the other hand, your thing is not drawing, try to take a Paint Pen with you to skating events and try to get the signature of a professional. You will be the envy of your friends!

Aerosol paint: this may be the most traditional of the options. For its properties, this painting is ideal for almost any type of surface. In addition, the thickness of the stroke will depend only on the distance at which we paint, which gives us more freedom when drawing.

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Another spray option is through an airbrush, although this tends to be more expensive, however, it usually provides cleaner and more professional results.

Traditional paintings: with these, we refer to those based on oil or enamel, usually used to paint pictures or fabrics. Try to avoid easy dissolving ones, such as water-based paints.

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Our patience should be considerable with these, since it may be more difficult to capture it on skateboard decks (can be absorbed by the wood), but with enough layers, we will get the most artistic finish among the options.

Markers can always help you: probably the easiest and most accessible of all painting options are markers. It is very likely that we have a handful of these in our home.

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However, this comfort comes with a price, and it is that these do not last long. The best option is to use permanent markers to guarantee an additional lifetime.

Finally, an additional recommendation if we decide to use paints of any kind is to have on hand a varied set of templates that help us with the design.

Go a step further by carving the skateboard

A more extreme way to personalize your deck is by carving it. Focusing on the upper half, and by using an artisan knife, we can slightly carve the cover to create letters or small designs.

This method is a bit more dangerous because we must be careful not to remove much material or to do so at key points that may compromise the integrity of the skate.

In the same way, you can use templates to help you with the carving process, just be careful not to cut them, or use strong enough ones.

Now, we have to take care of our work

With our custom skateboard, all that remains is to keep it so that we can proudly show our work. In the case of stickers, it is not so important, as these are factory protected.

However, when it comes to paints, it is best to apply an additional protective layer. However, we must be careful not to stain the wheels or the grip tape or we could damage the skate.

Steps to customize your skate decks

Fundamental preparation

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First, we make it clear that everything you do here is at your own risk, this guide only seeks to give you the general steps to perform the customization process, but the final result will depend entirely on you.

If we are going to do any type of design work on our skate, we should prepare ourselves as if it were a carpentry job. It’s practically a carpentry job.

Our work area should be protected with blankets where paint can splash. In addition, you must do it in places with good ventilation or in the open air, since both the paints and the sanding processes will release particles that can become toxic or cause allergies.

Prepare your clothes with garments that can get dirty. You should use at least gloves and a mask for dust.

Ready the workspace and our wear, the next thing is to prepare the deck for the customization work.

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Remove the wheels from the skate even if you are not going to paint them, as they can be annoying when working, and we could damage them by accident.

Now you must sand the current design of the deck. The first layer that we will remove is recommended to be done with the use of an electric sander, and with 40-grit sandpaper to eliminate all traces of paint and texture.

This first layer will take approximately 5 to 20 minutes to remove it. We need to maintain a constant pulse so as not to create imperfections that compromise the design.

After the hardest sanding, we will use 150-grit sandpaper to smooth the finish.

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If during any part of the process a crack is created, or if for some reason it already existed, we must repair it before continuing. For this task, we will need a special carpentry paste that will allow us to fill openings in the wood.

The application of this paste should be done in abundance, without fear of overflowing a bit of the crack, since after drying (usually takes 24 hours) we must remove the excess.skar-700x467 Tips for creating skateboard designs and decks like these

Both after sanding and at the end of removing the excess pulp, it is advisable to wash our board with a grease or wax remover, and if we do not have this, we can use soap and water. The dust generated by the sanding process can adhere to our board and will damage our design.

Creating the canvas

Now we have in front of us an insipid table without any design. We still cannot start to paint our skateboard designs. We must prepare the canvas so that the painting looks good.

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For this, we will apply a base layer in which later we will proceed to paint our design.

Each primer layer should be delicately painted, with light ink strokes. The brush should not drip. You will have to wait up to 20 minutes for it to dry, and then apply another layer, until we have a ready canvas (usually requiring 3 to 5 layers). Once we finish, the skate should be left to dry completely, and this is a process of several hours.

Additionally, between layer and layer we can lightly sand the board with 800/1000-grit sandpaper, but without overdoing it because we could remove the primer.

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Our primer layer is not ready yet. Now that it is dry, we must apply a tack coat for the purpose of facilitating the adhesion of the paint to our skateboard. A lacquer thinner will work perfectly for this job.

The application of this layer should be delicate, using absorbent paper or a rag that does not leave residues on the table. As soon as it gets dirty, we will have to clean or replace our tool.

Have the design you want ready to draw

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Prepare the final design in advance. Look at some skateboard decks to get inspiration. You will need to know what you are going to do to have the materials prepared.

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There are multiple options when setting up our skateboard designs. We can use templates or tape so that we do not lose the line. If you are more confident in your ability, you can delineate the design with a marker, but that is a step that comes later. For now, just have what you want to do ready to know what colors you will need and how you are going to create it.

It’s time to paint

With our priming coat ready, and with all the materials on hand, it’s time to paint our deck.

If we use spray paint, we must shake it first. Depending on the type of liquid paint we use, we will need to prepare it.

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The first thing is that we paint the background color. As with the protective layer, we must apply 3 to 5 light coats. In the same way, we can smoothly sand between layers of paint.

Finished our base painting (with gradients and additional if we wish), we proceed to place the templates or tapes we have prepared for the deck design, or we can draw them with a marker.

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Do not worry if the marker lines are not exact, you can cover it later with the use of paint. If we use templates, we must apply enough pressure on them so that when passing the paint it does not enter in the possible openings that remain.

It’s time to finalize and clean

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Finally, already finished with our painting work in our skateboard decks, it is time to clean and protect the finish with protective layers as we did in step 2. However, in this case, we will do it by this order of layers: first a soft layer, then a medium layer and finally we will use a thick layer.

If the process was applied correctly, we will end up with a brilliant finish.

Dare to innovate

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The skateboard is an extension of the skater’s body. It is a part of him/her that must represent his/her personality.

No matter what artistic decision you make, in the end, the result should be what you were looking for. However, you should know that there are economic ways to do it.

If you decide to venture into this experience, we recommend that you use high-quality materials and that you do everything gradually. Do not speed up the process so as not to damage your board.

Over time, you will be able to do a lot of skateboard designs for multiple skateboard decks, and you can even help your friends with their customization jobs.

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DIY Skateboard Deck Art Ideas

Art is an inspiration; art is love; art is everything that can give one solace. And if you though art is confined to the four walls of an art gallery, then you couldn’t be more wrong. Art is all-pervasive; it is on your clothes, in your food and also on your skateboard deck. Wait! Did we say skateboard deck? Yes! If art can be on the cover of your notebook, it can proudly be on your skateboard. If you love skating and art- equally, then it’s high time you brought the two together. Try out some of these DIY Skateboard deck Art Ideas and you will feel happier than ever to ride it. What art? Check out the ideas below-

As we use digital technology for every other these days, paintings are not behind and we have come up with these Examples of Digital Paintings which will Pause you for a while and feel mesmerized!

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Mandala Art On Your Skateboard

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Out of all the DIY Skateboard deck Art Ideas we have here, this one is probably the classiest. Mandala patterns are basically circular and repetitive. They are cool beyond a question and can make your skateboard look quite traditionally charming. All you need is to create the design perfectly and you are more than good to go. You can either make use of multiple colours or keep your colour choices simplistic. Either way, you are going to get fascinating results.

Text Love

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Although there are many DIY Skateboard deck Art Ideas, this one is super sexy. What are we talking about? Well, we are talking about text designs. There are hundreds of these designs to choose from. All you need is to sit down, check out the options, choose one that reflects your personality and gets going. If you don’t want to take inspiration from existing art samples, you can also design your own art. Just make sure you don’t go over the top.

Super detailed drawings are the ones whose inch to inch of the art is filled with details that are undoubted- a Mind boggling and truly inspiring and soothing inspiration. We bring you the most amazing of Imaginative Drawings Of Super Detailed Art.

Black And White Graphics

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Graphics lovers, listen up! Graphic designs are just too awesome for skateboard decks. If you haven’t thought of any other idea yet, then you can consider painting some graphic design on the board. The best thing about this design option is that you can get as creative as you wish to. There is nothing to be worried about. Just try to be precise with your strokes, if you are creating the design on your own.

Doodled Skateboards

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Doodling is a really fun activity. There is perhaps someone who doesn’t consider it a great art form. It might not be classically excellent, but it does strike the right cord with art enthusiasts of the present generation. And guess what, doodled skateboards look just too awesome. Yes, doodling is basically mindless scribbling, but you can’t be too oblivious of your art while it is underway. With a little bit of attention and pre-planning, you will really doodle on your skateboard deck like a pro. Also, here we present some Creative Doodle Art Ideas to Practice in Free Time.

Galaxy Skateboard

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Talking about DIY Skateboard deck Art Ideas, how can you not mention galaxy art? The galaxy has always fascinated man. There is perhaps something that strokes man’s interest like the galaxy does. If you too feel the galaxy is a potpourri of mysterious things, then paint it on your skateboard deck. Despite being such a simple art design, it looks mesmerizingly beautiful on skateboards. This is more appropriate for woman skaters as the galaxy art has a subtle and delicate undertone to it.

The Lovely Graffiti Design

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Graffiti art is not newly popular, it has been around forever. Yes, you saw them on your neighbour’s wall, but did you see them on skateboard decks? Not too often, right! But trust us, graffiti art can make your skateboard look so millennial, you will fall for it instantly. Make the design as colourful as you can and it becomes a subject of envy for other skaters. After all, who thinks about getting a cool graffiti work done on their skateboard? Not every Tom, Dick and Harry, for sure!

Comic Art On Your Skateboard

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If you love comics and comic characters, then it’s time to step back in time and relive those comic reading days with a comic design on your skateboard. You can’t imagine how cool it looks. Starting from your female skater friends to your buddies, everyone will be drooling over your new skateboard look. And when it comes to flaunting it, you won’t really have to do any hard work. People will spontaneously turn heads to see what your comic design is all about.

Any Abstract Art

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Now, your design doesn’t really have to have an obvious meaning. Sometimes, abstract design on your skateboard deck radiates your personality better. When you choose to paint an abstract design on your skateboard, you don’t really worry much about your painting skills. You can get as creative as you wish to. Just make sure your art depicts some meaning.

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Correct measurements, proper planning and then getting the paper to cooperate to you in the making of the forms is a task within itself; creating the final product is another challenge altogether! If you’re looking for a proper inspiration to create your own Detailed Paper Mache Town And Castle Art Works, you’re on the damn right page!

The above DIY Skateboard deck Art Ideas are stuffed with qualities that help them endear themselves to skating lovers. They are cool, visually interesting and of course, doable. If you think your skateboard deck needs a facelift, then trying out any of the above art ideas on it would be the best bet.

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