I've worked with china paints on metal. They are super easy, just like painting (with a paint brush). It's not fussy like with sifting. You use oil (painting mixing medium) with the finely powdered color. Rynne China Company sells tiny vials of color and Thompson Enamel sells the painting mixing medium. BUT, your structures are fantastic regardless! LOVE the forms and color. How fun your work is:) Anna
Wow, thank you too:) Have you done any enameling on your structures as well? I will be starting some work with enamels and china paints. Can't wait to get some color on my forms. I just love the elegant color palette your work has. A
hey lovely , things are going well justmaking a bread and butter reange to pop in the local gallery shops for christmas season so busy busy and also trying to find part time work on this little island is hard but hopefully il get one soon and il buy more silver!!il post photos once there done xx how are you getting on? what are you doing now ma is over?
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