Cake Airbrushing

Decorating By Bakersmann Updated 21 Oct 2013 , 9:24pm by Bakersmann

Bakersmann Posted 15 Sep 2013 , 7:08pm
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About to start cake airbrushing any tips and ideas. thanks

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celiazumbach Posted 16 Sep 2013 , 9:48pm
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AHave a cardboard alcove so the colour is mostly contained, practice a lot and get to know your compressors output. don't get too close to the product or you will have sloggers and runs. Have at least 3 air guns and the resting Stand. Happy airbrushing its so much fun.

Kakeesha Posted 17 Sep 2013 , 12:44am
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Would like to know how you went,with the air brushing

Bakersmann Posted 4 Oct 2013 , 2:09pm
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Thanks much ... i haven't started yet, I have just ordered my brushes and compressor.

I will let you all know how i get along. But please keep sending tips and tricks.

thanks all!

Bakersmann Posted 4 Oct 2013 , 2:22pm
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I am getting  .2mm, .3mm & .8mm brushes

Bakersmann Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 1:16am
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Anybody know of a good cake airbrushing book?


cazza1 Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:26am
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Don't necessarily try to color in one hit.  If the paint is too thick it will drip.  Instead color in several layers.

Claire138 Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 8:24am
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There is a special offer on craftsy right now that you can buy the airbrushing class for almost half off. I'm thinking about it bc I'm going to buy the airbrush kit next month and want to know the ins and outs without ruining too many cakes in the process:) Has anyone on here bought the class? do you recommend it?

cazza1 Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 12:21pm
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I think it is well worth the money.  I knew nothing except how to aim in the general vicinity of the cake until I watched this.  I really hope that she does a more advanced one in the future, especially using her wafer  paper technique.

Bakersmann Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 1:58pm
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@CAZZA1 - can you share what you watched. thanks

celiazumbach Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 9:09am
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ABest to wear a mask, save breathing in the colour and getting it up your nose.

cazza1 Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 9:51am
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I watched the Craftsy class on airbrushing by Lisa Berczel.

robster Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 10:03am
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I also recommend you wear a good quality mask AND's a lot of fun but I find it very messy :-(

Bakersmann Posted 21 Oct 2013 , 9:24pm
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Thanks All


i found this DVD online - Cassie Browns Beginners Guide To Airbrushing Cakes dvd

I did a lot of internet search and it was the only cake related airbrushing training DVD that came up. it looks promising. ... i might just get it.

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