The Reluctant Dragon is inspired by Bobbie’s favorite childhood book, written by Kenneth Grahame in 1938, and made into a movie by RKO in 1948! “The Reluctant Dragon is a charming tale about a shy, peaceful dragon who must overcome stereotypes to be accepted,” like most of us, he too is longing to be accepted!

With the dragon’s spectacular vibrant colors and adorable crooked smile Bobbie could not resist making her version of Dimensional Watercolor The Reluctant Dragon!

You’ll begin your artful cookie journey developing the correct dimensional royal icing consistencies, if you’re unsure, no worries, watch Royal Icing Dimensional Pressure Piping ConsistenciesOnce your tipless bags are ready for dimensional piping, gaining control of amount of press you apply to create movement and dimension.

This fun little Reluctant Dragon is full of colors To capture them all as well as maintain vibrancy you’ll need to paint them one at a time. So you’ll find the first stage of the painting here takes a while. But from there it won’t be long before this little guy is jumping out at you! Bobbie recommends you use the exact mixes she created if you want to achieve the bright colors. This is going to be loads of fun…

This just one advantage in the world of cookie decorating you have the ability to amaze while at the same time, allowing you to unleash your hidden creativity with dimensional pressure piping royal icing into works of sculpted watercolor painted cookie art.

How is This Possibly Learn this Stuff In 30 Hours?
Josh Kaufman explains in his  book, The First 20 Hours, rapid skill acquisition is possible if you have 3 things:
The ability to deconstruct the skill: Each of my courses offers a clear and systematic approach to the subject matter, laying the important foundational skills that you build upon as you become more proficient with the method.
The correct tools: A PDF listing my recommended Tools, is freely offered on my website (yes, even if you don’t become part of 5th Avenue Cookie Art Academy). Having the right tools when working with cookie art is absolutely essential!
Structured practice: Each course provides the structure you need to practice with ease, avoid common mistakes, as you gain confidence in your work.

 **Quality of skill practice is much more important than quantity.
No worries if you don’t know how to draw, you will be able to sculpt with royal icing, “watercolor paint with realism, discover how Bobbie is able to mix any food paste into watercolor/acrylic colors, plus a signature secrets along the way. All you need to do is become a student of 5th Avenue Cookie Art Academy!

Supplies need for The Reluctant Dragon Cookie Lesson:
Brown Sugar Cookie Dough Recipe: http://bit.ly/2yh2x19
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
Iced and Dried Cookie
Tipless Bags: http://amzn.to/2o68zLW
Scribe Tool: http://bit.ly/2JSJz4g
Oval PlaqueCookie Cutter: http://bit.ly/2xoghXF
Royal Icing Consistencies:
-Soft Consistency
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
-Round Brush
-Square Brush
-Filbert brush
SugarFlair: http://bit.ly/2iRhzTt
-Pearl Ivory
-Daffodil Yellow
-Carney Yellow
-Gooseberry
-Rose Pink
-Dusty Pink/Wine
-Apricot
-Dark Brown
-Eucalyptus Green
-Apple Green
-Spruce Green
-Royal Blue
-Dark Brown
Petal and Lustre Dust
Sugarflair Extra Strong Paste: http://bit.ly/2jLwFwo
-Black Extra
Sugarflair Lustre Dust: http://bit.ly/2eLvsDs
-Antique Gold
Rainbow Dusts: http://bit.ly/2mwb1us
-Cream
-Primrose
-Sunset Yellow
-Pumpkin
Crystal Colours: http://bit.ly/2triJbg
-Saffron
-Blood Orange
-Cherry for Kate
Sugarflair Lustre Dust: http://bit.ly/2eLvsDs
Antique Gold
Craft Brush, only used for cookie/cake decorating
Damp cloth
Paper towel
Warm Cooled Water
Lemon Extract, Everclear, or Vodka

Happy Cookie Decorating ~ Bobbie
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