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Little Wolf

with Rose Macefield
Skill level: Intermediate
HD Lessons: 17
Decorating time: 1 day
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1. Making the internal structure

Rose shows us how to make the internal structure without using any wood so no messy wood shaves in your kitchen! Always good news. Rose has already drilled the holes but fear not as all is explained.

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2. Stacking the cake

In this lesson, Rose places and stacks the cake in and around the structure. As no one will be eating this cake Rose doesn’t layer or fill the cake but of course you can fill it with buttercream, ganache or whichever filling you would like.

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3. Carving the body

So we see here that it’s all about little bits at a time. Not cutting huge sections off in one foul swoop just to be fast, but small considered cuts. Keep spinning the cake around and making sure it’s the same either side.

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4. Finishing the body and carving the head

So this is a much simpler bit of carving as the head will be built up with sugarpaste.

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5. Covering the body

Rose now covers the body and shows us how to smooth it all together to get rid of any joins.

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6. Smoothing the body and making the legs

In this lesson, Rose smooths the body and brings definition to the hips and so on. She then creates one of the legs and shows how to bring about a natural shape.

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7. Texturing

In this lesson, Rose first of all builds up the chest area of the wolf and then shows us the three stages of texturing the body to get the most realistic finish.

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8. Covering the head

Here, Rose covers the head and then begins to form muzzle. Rose uses her pme dresden tool and water to blend the joins around the head and body.

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9. Adding the ears and building the face up

Rose shows us how to add the ears and begins tidying the face-up.

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10. Finishing the face

Rose extends the nose by adding more sugar paste and adds more fur to the side of the face.

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11. Adding the tail

Rose now adds a nice big fluffy tail

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12. Airbrushing

Rose gets the airbrush ready to cover the body in lovely shades of grey and brown. You’ll see the texture really come to life at this stage.

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13. Painting the eyes

Rose now paints the eyes of the wolf.

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14. Decorating the board

Rose now decorates the board.

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15. lesson 15 - other ideas

Rose shares with us some other ideas for this type of design.

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16. lesson 16 - Pro lesson

Rose shares everything a professional cake decorator would need to know for this design.

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17. lesson 17 - Highlights

We look at some of the highlights from the little wolf cake tutorial.

A cake you'll want to wolf down...

Rose Macefield is back and this time she's brought her little wolf friend along with her.

An expert in creating animal cakes. Rose breaks down how to create her Little Wolf in this tutorial which follows a host of fantastic tips and techniques for you to add to your arsenal.

 

In this tutorial you will learn how to:

  • Make intricate facial designs
  • Stack Cakes
  • Airbrush
  • Cover a cake and body
  • and much, much more.

 

Don't forget to share your interpretations of this wonderful cake with Paul and rest of the Sugarcraft community on our Facebook group.

Who knows? You may even end up featured in one of our monthly members' cake blogs.

Rose Macefield

Rose Macefield

Since decorating her first cake in 2007, Rose now has a spectacular list of international awards under her belt including Cake International, Overall Best in Show 2013 and an amazing Cake Masters award for Overall Best In Show 2014! Rose also regularly contributes articles and tutorials to Cake Craft & Decoration Magazine and of course us at the Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School.

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