Ceramic hand-painting and underglaze coloring are two common ceramic crafts. Hand-painted, as the name suggests, the degree of human participation is relatively high, and the quality of character and speed are directly related to the craftsmanship of the workers. The underglaze color is the automatic operation of the machine. The worker only needs to put the ceramic blanks in the corresponding position, and the machine can complete the underglaze color printing operation. The pattern of the underglaze color will be very uniform and regular, because it is a machine operation.
- The common types of ceramics, bowls, plates, cups can be hand-painted and underglaze operations, and can be processed on the inner and outer walls.
- All can make colorful and diversified pictures.
- The price gap is not big.
- The patterns of both are usually decorated with the entire surface of the vessel fully covered.
The hand-painted pattern will have obvious circle patterns, and the color can have many colorful tones. The underglaze color can usually only be made of one color, at most two colors, but the underglaze color is much more diverse, usually very vivid and complex patterns, rather than the pattern represented by circles.