Sunday, 27 February 2011

Testing, testing!

I have thought about trying posca markers on china for a long time. So today I finally did. They stick at once and dry immediately, but sadly they rub of when played with (tested by little V). I guess, because china is so shiny.

8 comments:

The above fore-mentioned. said...

The patterns look great though. You can buy markers for china that you bake on in your oven, might be worth a try?

LouLou said...

So VERY nice! Couldn't you just leave them standing/posing?

Veja cecilia said...

The above fore-mentioned: I know about themarkers that can be fixated in the owen, just don´t know if the tips are small enough. I will investigate it!
Lou lou: I could. but if I wanted to sell them, which I think I would, they have to be able to put up with playing:)

Esti said...

did you put some barnish on top to fix the markers? i'm not sure if that would work or if the barnish will smudge the color...

Fruenswerk said...

Like it...You could try the markers I used for my latest cups-drawings...They even go to the dishwashing machine...:)

Veja cecilia said...

Esti:what exactly is barnish?
lotte: what kind of markers was that?

Fruenswerk said...

Hey again Cissi...Pebeo/Porcelaine marker...But yesterday I wanted to buy more markers...But the lady in the the store told me they are hard to find right now...out of stock all over? Hmm...

Veja cecilia said...

Thanks Lotte, I will look it up!