I decided to use this piece of "white ware" (unpainted china). These days I buy most of it at Maryland China in Reisterstown, Maryland.
So people always ask me how I do this. This time I took some pictures at each stage. Each piece of china is painted and fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1800 degrees multiple times. Here's some pictures of how it progresses:
Brushes used are very soft. Unlike other types of painting very little paint is loaded on the brush. Your brush "kisses" the porcelain as you paint.
|Third Fire & Finished piece|