- Sep 19, 2015
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- Sth Coast, NSW, Australia
Yes I tried that but I think I am looking for a simpler method. People seem to be able to do it in just soaps that they've mixed with a drop and pour.Do you mean the tear drop technique that was the great cakes challenge for may? If so there are a bunch of yt videos on it from the entries. I know Kevin Devine had one.
This is kind of how you do the hidden feather.Just throwing out an idea here... Since it looks like a drop that has been pulled through, how about laying down a line of color across the mold, lay down a skewer (with thread/string on either end - like a mini hanger tool) and sink the skewer into the drop a little. Finish pouring your main color and then slowly pull the skewer up, leaving a little trail of color coming out of the top of the drop. One skewer for each drop.
Yes and that's a fair bit more random than the drops above.This is kind of how you do the hidden feather.