Technique Used To Create The Black And White Tier

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MViljoen Posted 1 Apr 2017 , 9:55pm
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Technique Used To Create The Black And White Tier

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MViljoen Posted 1 Apr 2017 , 9:58pm
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Can anybody help me to indicate how they will go about to create the black and white tier as indicated on the photo?


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bubs1stbirthday Posted 1 Apr 2017 , 10:25pm
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I would guess at it being either a chocolate wrap (the pre printed version you get from cake shops)  or an edible image.

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fondantslinger Posted 2 Apr 2017 , 12:06am
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I don't know if this will help you or not but I did 2 dummies years ago similar to this technique look. On one I took piece of fabric an bunched it up & airbrush It then super quickly dabbed the dummy. It was a unique look but had to work fast.

Second one I did I bought a piece of sea sponge from hobby lobby. Sterilized it. Dipped it in my airbrush paint an dabbed that on. The effect on that one came out better. But the fabric piece an the sponge soaked up alot of paint so it Was a super fast working project for me. Sorry don't have pictures any more to show but try it on a scrap piece of fondant for your liking.



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MViljoen Posted 2 Apr 2017 , 5:32am
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Thank you very much.  I am going to try the two techniques. 

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