Sugar art from China
You can draw with a pencil or brush anything you like and characters from fairy tales and even animals and birds, and indeed, everything that comes to mind, you can draw on a sheet of plain white paper if you wish.
And if you could eat your work of art, what would you draw it with? In China, they thought for a long time and came up with an interesting solution, those who like to eat certain works of art take and draw melted sugar from a spoon.
Most of all are masters who can paint different sugar patterns in Sichuan.
Eating caramel paintings of different colors is very positive. Anyone can draw pictures with sugar syrup, but you should also know the intricacies of the craft. Having drawn a line, you will not erase it and you will not deduce it, everything that is drawn, everything is already unchanged art!
The master draws with molten sugar, a special spoon is used as a brush, and an ordinary marble slab is used as a sheet of paper. To make it possible for you to create any masterpiece, it is enough to have all this in your kitchen and, if you wish, start creating a fairy tale from sugar syrup.
You need to draw quickly, because sugar icing hardens quickly. So that everything turns out quickly and beautifully, you need to constantly hone your skills of movement with a spoon with syrup. Speed ??and dexterity in this art craft come first.
In China, sweets have been painted in such a tricky way for centuries. Today, the development of such a craft is directly related to the desire of people to eat handmade sweet candies. If the street vendor has a demand, then he will usually ask the buyer what to draw? Having received the order, he immediately gets to work and in an instant you have not just a sweet candy in the shape of an ordinary cockerel on your wand, but anything and at the same time each time a unique author's work.
If you do not know what you would like to receive as a candy, then for you this can be solved by some kind of roulette. By clicking on it, you unwind the flywheel of Yula and when it stops, the arrow indicates exactly that animal, butterfly or dragon, which the master immediately draws to you.
This craft is very popular among tourists, and the art of painting with sugar icing is gaining momentum during fairs and festivals.
The crafts themselves are good and tasty, but probably the process of drawing and observing the master is still more interesting.
In order for everything to work out, you need to have a kerosene burner and a bowl in which sugar is brought to a boil with water. Also, the master has a small bronze spoon with a slot. A set of wooden sticks and a marble slab on which everything happens. Here is such an interesting art in China in Sichuan.
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