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5.0 étoiles sur 5 OUTSTANDING book of its kind 17 septembre 2002
Par jumpy1 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is not only EXQUISITE to look at, but very detailed in its instruction. Since it is mainly roses, you get more varieties, which I find a tremendous bonus, since most cakes only display your basic white, red or pink rose. The book is separated into luxurious flower arrangements (that highlight a certain variety of rose) and the following pages tell you in detail how to create that rose, the other plants in the arrangement, and to assemble. All of the pages, including the ones of directions, are in lush full color photographs, and laid out as beautifully as the incomparable flower arrangements. Worth EVERY penny.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 rose lover's dream 15 juillet 2007
Par naughty cake fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This volume deals with just about every rose ever grown as well as other flowers to accompany them in arrangements and on cakes. I like the step-by-step color photos. There's a cake on page 70 that stopped me dead. I always look for the show stopper cakes and this is one of them. Templates are inclueded.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sugar Roses 8 décembre 2011
Par Jauquetta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book is really for the advanced sugar artist and there isn't anything wrong with that! Not all books can meet all needs and they shouldn't have too. I love this book as I love to make roses. These people are great detailed artist and make flowers that defy being called "not real"! For instance, one rose has 6 caylix pieces instead of the usual 5 and they go to the lengths to cut one extra and attach it! If this were a cook book, it would be "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" by Julia Child, volume one. The flowers are awsome and the photos are beautiful, just don't expect it to be for beginners. It is for the advanced rose maker. There are other flowers in the book, but roses dominate.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Some Experience Required 17 novembre 2008
Par Lillian M. Matthews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is an absolutely gorgeous book. There are a variety of roses arranged creatively on elegant, simple cakes which serve as props for showcasing the flowers. The focus here are not the cakes, therefore it is assumed that you have already prepared your cake to your liking. The authors strive to teach the art of making a perfect rose. Being an absolute beginner at sugar paste, I can tell you I am not ready for this book yet since I lack the basic sugarcrafting knowledge. So if you are looking for a very basic, beginner's book, this is not it, but this is a book to "grow" into.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing book, incredibly realistic roses 25 novembre 2012
Par tachi1 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I had this book on my wish list for a long time and, finally, I got it. I am not disappointed, but I am a little bit intimidated. There is no way I my roses will ever compare to this perfection, but that is my fault, not the books.

It has excellent step-by-step instructions (even though, on occasion, the text and the photo are a bit different like when they tell you to make a pale pink cone and show a yellow one). You see each step in side-by-side progression, which is helpful because you know what your flower is supposed to look like at each stage instead of wondering where you went wrong at the end.

The authors are so far above the usual cake decorator that they even give instructions on how to make your own leaf veiners so that the leaf is exactly the one that goes with the flower (using materials I've never heard of and may not be called the same thing in the US). A lot of the products listed are not available here (at least by that name)so we have to try to find something similar.

They are very consciencious, perhaps compulsively so. When they make a rose, it is not a generic pink rose, it is a dead-ringer for a particular variety of pink rose, the Mme. Cecile Brunner rose. I am not that picky,as long as it generally looks like a pretty pink rose. After all, neither I nor my clients are botanists (and I will make it a point to never make a rose for someone who is).

Every detail is realistic. Their shading is impeccable, I have struggled to find dusts that achieve both the color depth and translucency required for a certain realism. They not only have the materials, but an absolute sense of how to use them. The way the sprays are assembled, the way the petals are placed, the way the leaves and stems are arranged--flawless. I sit and stare at the detail and I just can't believe that these aren't flower show quality specimens.

So, having established that, while I take pride in my work, I am not an absolute perfectionist, it is still nice to see what perfection looks like so I can strive to improve. While I probably will never follow any of the projects to the letter, and can't help feeling inferior and overwhelmed by the sheer mastery of their skill, I think it is a worthwhile investment in both time and expenditure to get this book and I'm glad I, finally, did.
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