let me explain what i'm looking to do. I want to use purple & pink buttercream and get a shaded look? I hope I am explaining this right. I do have an airbrush, but was trying to avoid using it. I seen a cake that is lavender with a hint if pink in it. I can't tell it it was airbrushed or not. I guess I can cover with laverder bc and the spray a hint of pink. Just was trying to avoid using it. It takes about a haf hr to just get the darn thing working.
can anyone help me with this, getting ready to do my cake. thanks
this is what I trying to do, see the 2 shades on the top layer.
sorry, trying to add an attachment, didn't work, let me try it again.
OK, I give up.
Do you have the link to where you saw the cake?
I would airbrush it the pink then start shading with the lavender . Use the side of a box, a cake board or just paper and practice til you get used to it. You can also take a coloring book and practice that way! I think if you color it purple the pink wont show up on top because its a lighter color.
Thank you. I did exactly what you just said. I sprayed a white paper plate pink and then shaded with purple and it is perfect. Usually, I have to fight with my airbursh gun to get it to work, but not this time
Thanks for your help, off to the kitchen I go..yeah, my stress level just went down...