So a little while ago I got a Nikon D5000 as a gift. Originally i wanted it just for photo documentation of my cakes and pastries. But after just a short little while i started experimenting with a few other things. So from time to time I may post up a few shots I think are pretty cool as well as my cakes!
As for the cakes themselves, I have just recently got into school for it. Yah I know, everyone has been bugging me for years about it and now I've finally got myself enrolled. I love the class so far. I am in course 2 now which is all breads. I really enjoy baking breads. Its soothing to me. Dunno why really.
In course 3 and 4 we
So I got this really cool airbrush for christmas. Its the Iwata Eclipse. Great brush, though its not like I have anything to compare it to since I've never used one before lol. I've taken to it rather well. Easy to use, easy to clean.
I wanted it to use for my cakes. It saves me SOOO much time colouring I don't know what I did without it. Simply put, trying to colour my cakes before was a long process. I had to take a small amount of fondant or gumpaste, add the colour gels, them knead it until uniform in colour. Now, all I have to do is add about half the amount of gel to a little vodka or gin and go nuts with the airbrush. I can g
Just checked out your cake gallery; I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that you are some sort of cake-making warrior - possibly a refugee from a world unlike this one, where making cakes is a vicious battle of dominance. You've come to Earth in search of people who appreciate your radical skills, and now you've found them.