Intermediate Level Course
Straight away you’ll prep your tipless bags with the correct consistency royal icing.
Once your design has dried you’ll turn your food paste into pseudo watercolors.
There aren’t whole lot of hues we’re going to use, so the emphasis will be on tone and making sure you achieve 3D effects of the hummingbird, and to each of the individual flowers as well as the lily bloom as a whole.
Watercolor Monochromatic Painting brings focus to some of the important properties of this medium. Watercolor is a transparent art medium which means the royal icing surface contributes to the final color appearance. To achieve a very light purple/grey you need to apply very watery paint. A common technique among watercolor artists is to build up the tonal values (levels of darkness) by applying successive layers of washes on top of each other. The more layers of paint you lay down, the darker the appearance. This is an important watercolor technique known as glazing
Now it’s time to tackle the feathers as they seem like they’ll be really hard. Mainly because they are a visual texture of lot of lines using a single monochromatic hue.
Don’t worry – Bobbie will show you exactly how to do it!
Supplies need for Watercolor Monochromatic Painting | Hummingbird Cookie Class:
PME 1.5 nozzle: http://bit.ly/2HBGQLb
Tipless Bags: http://amzn.to/2o68zLW
Decorating Nozzle #1: http://bit.ly/2krM8AZ
Scribe Tool: http://bit.ly/2yHtDg6
PlaqueCookie Cutter: http://etsy.me/2DwZ1jm
Plaque CookieCutter: http://etsy.me/2n9I3l3
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
Spiced Gingerbread Cookie Dough Recipe: http://bit.ly/2yh2x19
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
-Pressure Piping Stiff consistency
-Pressure Piping Soft consistency
SugarFlair Extra: http://bit.ly/2jLwFwo
Rainbow Dust Colours Double Sided Edible Food Pens: http://bit.ly/2x0plTg
Lemon extract, cooled boiled water or Everclear