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Amazing Floral Cascade

Created in this Craftsy Course

The Art of Airbrushing taught by Lisa Berczel

Acquire colorful, professional-level cake decorating skills with the help of renowned airbrush artist Lisa Berczel.

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I really enjoy the class, but I was a little disappointed that there is no wafer paper modeling. Are you going to create a class with that technic?

09/12/2013 Flag

I'm glad you enjoyed the class. It does focus on airbrush and wafer paper molding would definitely be it's own class. I teach the wafer paper technique, so please keep an eye on my Announcements for my schedule. Maybe at some point there will be a Craftsy class as well!

09/12/2013 Flag

Thanks. Unfortunately you are classes are in US :)

09/13/2013 Flag

Hi Lisa, Love that you're on Craftsy!! Question: I am not sure what you mean by "dredging", and is the edible glitter like disco dust or is this something different? Love the look of this cake and I am inspired.

09/16/2013 Flag

Thank you! Edible glitter is made from agar-agar and food coloring - so it is 100% edible (unlike disco dust). I prefer it because of the crushed glass look it makes , its inexpensive for the volume of coverage and it photographs beautifully. "Dredging" is the simplest way I could think to describe coating the layer piping gel with the glitter....

09/16/2013 Flag

Thank you! Edible glitter is made from agar-agar and food coloring - so it is 100% edible (unlike disco dust). I prefer it because of the crushed glass look it makes , its inexpensive for the volume of coverage and it photographs beautifully. "Dredging" is the simplest way I could think to describe coating the layer piping gel with the glitter....

09/16/2013 Flag

Thank you! Edible glitter is made from agar-agar and food coloring - so it is 100% edible (unlike disco dust). I prefer it because of the crushed glass look it makes , its inexpensive for the volume of coverage and it photographs beautifully. "Dredging" is the simplest way I could think to describe coating the layer piping gel with the glitter....

09/16/2013 Flag

Thank you! Edible glitter is made from agar-agar and food coloring - so it is 100% edible (unlike disco dust). I prefer it because of the crushed glass look it makes , its inexpensive for the volume of coverage and it photographs beautifully. "Dredging" is the simplest way I could think to describe coating the layer piping gel with the glitter....

09/16/2013 Flag

Beautiful work!

09/30/2013 Flag

Thank you!

01/13/2014 Flag

This cake and the intricacies are spectacular. I want to incorporate airbrushing into my cake decorating, but just starting out, a good airbrush system is a bit costly.....what advice or what do you suggest my first steps or first purchases to be?

03/16/2014 Flag

I'd suggest starting out by deciding what you want and need the airbrush to do.... this will determine what kind of equipment you need. As to cost, yes - there is a definite "you get what you pay for" but a 1/2 one item coupon from Michaels can get you a nice system at an even nicer price. Or, if you can attend one of the larger cake shows, there are often systems that you can "test drive".

03/21/2014 Flag