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post #16 of 34
Anyone have a guess on how it was done? icon_eek.gif
post #17 of 34
it's looks like a better version of the grass tip.

IT looks amazing though icon_surprised.gif
post #18 of 34
How the heck he didnt get first is beyond me! That is amazing!
post #19 of 34
My personal opinion is that cat beats the heck out of those other cakes, though they were NICE too!!!
post #20 of 34
Here is Lindy Smith's comment about this cake on her blog: "...but this one by Song Eun Sook was definitely the most impressive. It looked as if each piece of fur had been rolled by hand how long did that take?" Lindy Smith is someone who knows a lot about cake decorating - that's for sure.
Absolutely amazing technique!!! icon_eek.gif
post #21 of 34
O.M.G. I can't begin to imagine how that was done, or how long it took lol .
post #22 of 34
That is really amazing. My hand hurts just looking at it!!!
post #23 of 34
just been watching cake challenge on food network and they were doing Disney Pixar.

One man did Sulley out of Monsters Inc and he did his fir with a grass tip! it looked amazing but it feel backwards right on him oops icon_surprised.gif
post #24 of 34
Wow that fur was amazing. I wonder if she piped it a strand at a time with a #1 tip????

I don't understand the one that won the gold, the chocolate dragon thing in the cake box. Huh? Oh well.
post #25 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kitagrl

Wow that fur was amazing. I wonder if she piped it a strand at a time with a #1 tip????

I don't understand the one that won the gold, the chocolate dragon thing in the cake box. Huh? Oh well.



i said "huh?!" as well!
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post #26 of 34
I think that it is gumpaste that has been extruded through the tiniest of holes and then individually rolled out and attached with tweezers. Lynn McKay does something very similar, although I havent ever seen her do it THAT tiny!! icon_eek.gif
post #27 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Foxicakes

I think that it is gumpaste that has been extruded through the tiniest of holes and then individually rolled out and attached with tweezers. Lynn McKay does something very similar, although I havent ever seen her do it THAT tiny!! icon_eek.gif



Oh that sounds like WAY too much work! haha.
post #28 of 34
It looks like clay to me also - although I would never have the patience to to do that. Amazing!!
post #29 of 34
Looks like a grass tip, or even a handmade multi-hole tip.

Years ago I was taught by an old pro cake decorator how to pipe using a hypodermic needle - that's commitment!! I can't imagine how long this took if the decorator used a needle method!!

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post #30 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by cheatize

Oh my golly goodness! How on earth does one get that good? I'd have to live 200 years to cake like that!



ditto icon_eek.gif
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