p0ppy_s33d Posted 23 Jun 2013 , 1:38am
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AI have airbrushed a shark and accidentally bumped the top of it. Now I have a small white spot. I doubt anyone will pay it much attention but its driving me crazy.... is there anyway to fix it?

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bct806 Posted 23 Jun 2013 , 4:45am
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You could paint the airbrush color in that one spot if it is small. I would say airbrush it again but that could make everything around it darker. 

Cakepro Posted 23 Jun 2013 , 2:29pm
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Create a shield by cutting a hole in a sheet of paper that is the size of your boo-boo and use that to airbrush the problem spot.  The shield will protect the rest of your cake from overspray.

 

I hate when little things like that drive me crazy. :)

p0ppy_s33d Posted 23 Jun 2013 , 4:51pm
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AThanks! I was going to fix it but it was literally 10 mins til pickup when I posted. It's was for a 6 year old boy and his parents absolutely loved it. Ill be making a cake for their daughter in July :) guess I was the only one who that little white spot drove crazy...

bct806 Posted 23 Jun 2013 , 5:11pm
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 guess I was the only one who that little white spot drove crazy...

Is that always how it is? We are much more critical of our selves than others are. :)

p0ppy_s33d Posted 25 Jun 2013 , 5:43pm
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Is that always how it is? We are much more critical of our selves than others are. :)

Yeah, I'm learning that :) I decided to get into the cake business instead of going to college this year and have always been overly critical of my art, to the point where I don't show it off, so for my first real cake I was nitpicking everything!

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