I can't wait to see. ^_^ The paints used for minis are usually water-based acrylics, and I'd hesitantly recommend that for porcelain too, since if you don't like it, it's easy to wash or clean off. But at the same time, I think enamel might work better on porcelain.
I present: Tiny building!
I'm happy with this one, but I'm calling it experimental, since I made a lot of irreparable mistakes.
Like how most stone buildings don't have perfectly (well...almost) perpendicular blocks, and most wooden roofs don't have hot glue spots (though I've hidden most of those with the "rope" and careful picture taking).
And that, you know, I should probably keep the house part with me while I'm building the roof, so I don't end up with gigantic wooden piece that equals the size of the house.
For scale. It's somewhat large, actually, and with zero experience I have no idea whether that's a good or bad thing. Feels like bad, since I can't rearrange it as much. I'm still very happy with it, I just think I could do better.
I made the roof removable though, for ease of creating and usage. You can take shots through the window and door. Maybe even climb up on top for the purpose of screaming "WOLVERINES".
Through the window in the side, which you can sorta see. It was so big, I actually had trouble taking pictures of it. O_o It was throwing the lighting off.