How To Design, Create & Model An Isomalt Fish Sculpture
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- Learn how to create, model and sculpt a fish design and associated decorations from Isomalt
- From Beginner to Intermediate level. You should have basic knowledge in cake decorating and sugar craft and art.
In this training course, students will learn how to design, create, model and sculpt a conceptual fish, including its base and support stand. Students will learn how to make intricate features of the fish and also other effects and decorations from Isomalt, such as corals and water effect/splash. In the process, you will learn how to cook Isomalt, colour, pull and shape Isomalt. As an added bonus, students will get another chance to look at how to pull hot Isomalt in detail in an extra video. Last but not least, students will also learn how to store Isomalt for long periods of time so that you can reuse them when required. All in all, students will learn very useful tips and tricks and more from Isomalt specialist, Beata Khoo of My Sweet Passion Cakes based in Brighton, UK.
- Beginner to Intermediate cake makers curious and interested in learning about Isomalt decorating and sculpting
This is the course information video of the Isomalt fish modelling course. Students will learn how to use Isomalt to create and model/sculpt the design of a fish and its base and support, including all other features of the fish and associated decorations.
Please also check out my other Isomalt videos on my YouTube channel “My Sweet Passion Cakes” for more useful lessons, tips and tricks.
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What is Isomalt?
Isomalt is derived form the name Isomaltitol, which is a type of sugar substitute made from beet sugar. Isomalt is used by many chefs, sugar artists and confectioners over conventional sugar because when it comes to making showpieces, cake decorations, dessert garnishes and candy; it is an excellent choice. Compared to sugar, Isomalt is more resistant to humidity and crystallization. Therefore, decorative elements made with Isomalt lasts longer and has excellent structural integrity, compared to normal sugar. In food competitions and culinary art salons, it is very popular with professionals when it comes to creating beautiful showpieces and decorative cake ornaments.
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