how do I color white plates using spray enamal on top of water
I'm a bit confused by the "on top of water" piece of your question. Have you seen a project or particular product that has originated this question?
I haven't seen a project using spray enamel and water. My thought would be that if there was water on the surface, the paint would not stick to those places. It sounds like the water is used to make a "pattern" especially since enamel is usually oil based. Have you seen this project somewhere? Is that what the project looked like after spraying? If not, please write back and let's talk about how we can make this work. :) Wishing you the best.
You take a bucket of water and spray paint onto the top of it. You then dip your plates into the water and pull back out. If you want several colors you can do so. The paint sticks to the plate. Wear rubber gloves.
Hi there! Here's a tutorial: https://www.designmom.com/diy-marbling-with-nail-polish/ They use finger nail polish but any kind of oil based paint would work the same way!
This is for pots but same concept
Is this the project?
this is the one, thanks
This might not be exactly what you're looking for, but you've gotten some other helpful answers already, so I thought I'd mention that you could decoupage your plates to get a cool enamel-like look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y5f6pOXDZs
I am not sure if this is exactly what you are talking about but here is a Hometalk post on spray painting plates. https://www.hometalk.com/39632522/how-to-spray-paint-thrift-store-plates
Hi, this video will show you how - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEY8KTOt6h8
Are you trying to drip paint in water? and then submerge a plate to create a pretty design
Hello are you trying to do a marbling technique ?
Black bedroom set I'm wanting to paint light gray!