This is a beginner tutorial utilizing negative space, do you see the woman’s face or the flowers/butterfly first? I noticed the face first. Negative space is visually just as important as positive space, and it’s the area around and in between your subject matter By mastering how to use negative space in your decorating, you can create a classic custom cookie that is timeless!
Once you’ve complete Surreal Floral Face Cookie Art Course using Negative Space you will not only know how to utilize negative space, you’ll have the confidence to sculpt and paint your cookies: kneading, baking, icing, tools, elaboration of royal icing, wafer, edible lace plus a plethora of accents, painting, assembling cookies 3D and so much more. By mastering my fool proof cookie art method you can create custom cookies that are timeless!
The inspiration for this cookie came from a cross stitch pattern I purchased a several years ago. knowing I would use it for a cookie.
Here’s what you’ll need to create Surreal Floral Face Cookie using Negative Space .
The supplies are available at my store: 5th Avenue Cookies
Cookie Iced and Dry
Plaque Cookie Cutter: http://bit.ly/2Q3axwj
Scribe Tool: http://bit.ly/2PdPgfe
Soft Craft Brush, for royal icing only
Brown Sugar Cookie Dough Recipe: http://bit.ly/2yh2x19
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
Royal Icing Consistencies: http://bit.ly/2HAWrgJ
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
Round Brushes # 10/0, #5/0, #3o
-Square Brush #0
-Filbert brush #0 # 2
Cooled Boiled Water
Lemon Extract, Everclear, Vodka
Negative space in a composition can help identify the focal point. Negative space is most often neutral or contrasting, focusing our attention on the main subject, the positive shape, and providing a place for the viewer’s eye to rest! With further I ado Surreal Floral Face using Negative Space:
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