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How do I get this effect in the Camo?

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How do I get this effect in the camo? Would I use something like a paintbrush and drag it through the airbrushed color while still wet or is there something clear that you can use to brush the design on the cake before airbrushing so that the paint wont stick to that area? Im new to airbrushing so..help! thanks!

post #2 of 4
Airbrush fondant, drag skewer of paintbrush handle through it. Done.
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You can use solid vegetable fat, melted, to paint a pattern on a surface you don't want colour on. I do this when making variegated leaves and flower petals.

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Thank you!

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