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+Sakura Mug Set+ by nayruasukei +Sakura Mug Set+ by nayruasukei
:star::star::star:FOR SALE!:star::star::star:

This is a set of 2 mugs, (made at world market, but handpainted by yours truly) both matching, painted with black and pink ceramic paint. They hold about 12 oz of fluid, which is a nice size for your morning coffee or tea! They should be pretty durable, but I'd advise washing only by hand in warm water. I put a lot of love into these mugs and I kinda wish I could keep them xD Shame.

To buy this, go here: [link]

as always, the beautiful photography is by =JadedInNowhere

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Daramoon Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013
Love it ♥
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ladyjazzkiller Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So pretty! Can I ask you how you painted them? I'm interested in painting my own teacups (but I want the decoration to be on the inside), but don't know how to go about it. Do you paint on top of the finish that's already on the cup?
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nayruasukei Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Student General Artist
Just using ceramic paint markers, like you'd think. Afterwards, you bake them to seal the paint on, like in any old oven. Theres tutorials online, I believe.
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RoMaCeKiD Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
can i use acrylic instead?
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nayruasukei Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2011  Student General Artist
I really doubt it'll stay on through washing, since acrylic is just plastic. It won't absorb into the mug itself.
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RoMaCeKiD Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks
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ladyjazzkiller Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome, thank you! :) I'll go search for those tutorials.
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BloomingRoses Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2009
Hm, did you seal the paint with paint on sealer? Or do you trust it enough not to chip/fade?
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nayruasukei Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2009  Student General Artist
Well, it's made to go on ceramics... D: I really don't think it's going anywhere.
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BloomingRoses Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2009
>.< Sorry! >.< I was just asking because usually when using ceramic stain on something, once you've completed it you either spray on a sealer, which wouldn't be good for this type of piece since you'll be drinking from it, or you brush on a sealer. Really all it does is protect the stain's color as well as brighten it, but do you mind if I ask my ceramics teacher if you'd still be fine without it? I just worry about your beautiful work coming off or fading, that's all! *major sweatdrop*
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