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That appears to be unglazed porcelain, which tends to be really porous. It *drinks* paint. If you're painting multiples of this then I'd buy some Delta Ceramcoat craft paint for block painting the big areas. At a minimum a dark red, a dark green, and a titanium white to go under anywhere that you're going to use Reaper paints to pick out details. You'll also want some bigger brushes because that robe will take forever otherwise.
I received a commission to paint some lovely porcelain Santa figures by a friend of mine, and I'm not sure what primer to use, or whether I need to use primer at all.
Does anyone have experience with this? Is a spray primer likely to cause damage? I'd use brush-on, but given that each figure is 10 inches tall, that's a bit more hand-priming than I want to do!
Here's one of them as an example (there are 7 in total):
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!