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post #16 of 19
The intro system you have is good for getting your feet wet.

Is the spray pattern smooth and consistent?
Some models are grainy and the air pulse can make a line look like Morris Code.

What kind of line the equipment can spray will dictate what you can realistically expect the equipment to do for you.

Craftsy Instructor: Master Series: The Art of Airbrushing. 

http://www.craftsy.com/class/the-art-of-airbrushing/418

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Craftsy Instructor: Master Series: The Art of Airbrushing. 

http://www.craftsy.com/class/the-art-of-airbrushing/418

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post #17 of 19
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I can spray a fine line with it and to me it looks consistent and smooth. I think I just need to practise more.
post #18 of 19
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Just to let you guys know the couple were happy with the cake. They text me to say, "Cakes amazing, thanks Lisa" (The groom is a work colleague, hence the texting).

Thank you for all your help! I'll post pictures when I have more time, I have a couple that need uploading :S
post #19 of 19
Excellent advice from everyone....check out others way of designing airbrushed cakes and you will get more ideas to work with!! Glad to hear your cake came out well! Cake on!
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