Yes/No?! The mug and pen came together from Starbucks, but it’s just a regular ceramic mug! The pen is a porcelain paint, and I’ve found there is this brand of porcelain paint pens, Pebeo, that has the pens for about $6-9. I think the particular line is the Pebeo 150. From what I’ve read, it will work about the same as what you get from the Starbucks set.
There are bound to be a number of other options, but I haven’t really sat down and done my research yet. It’s a lot of fun, though! You should give it a go!
After 20 minutes in the oven, the ink just settled right into the mug! I’m incredibly amazed right now. I really like porcelain paint pens.
A commission! I didn’t know Starbucks sold mugs that came with a double-tipped porcelain paint marker! That’s pretty cool stuff. Now I really want to invest in Pebeo 150s.
Do you think something like this is worth commissioning for?
Work-in-progress pics I took from the witchsona drawing.
1. I actually did the anatomy this way on purpose but halfway through I changed from semi chibi to normal detailing so it looks weird as hell. Maybe she’s a gnome, I like gnomes.
2. Holy crap what have I done to my watercolors
3. My scanner hates watercolors
A hermit-y witch whose scarf “familiar” replaces her missing left arm, she gathers twigs to sell for the making of flying brooms and magic huts.
I keep posting my art to my main blog first, got the whole process backwards.
What it says on the tin.
I love it! Look at the details and the clothing and vibrant colors!
So… somewhere along the way I stopped thinking about how to make a Witchsona and just started thinking about how to make myself look like I was wearing a mushroom hat.