Classic Cars, Timeless Techniques goes over one specific car cake and shows you the entire process step by step. This class is taught by Mike McCarey of Mike's Amazing Cakes, and is well worth paying full price for it.
I reviewed another one of his classes previously, and I wasn't as impressed by it because it was mistitled. However, this class gives you the entire process that you'll need to replicate the car cake, or use the same techniques to make any other car.
The class is EXTREMELY long, but it goes through a lot of material. It just about killed me trying to stay awake during the section on making the tires because seriously, I'm not that interested in cars anyway. The amount of detail that goes into the cake that he made is impressive, so if you're trying to do a cake that's really detailed this will help. If you're trying to make something that's less detailed you can just skip some of the specific steps, and you might not need to use them anyway.
I've made several car cakes and this class was still good to watch, since it's good to see how things can be done in different ways.
So here's my final review:
Skill Level: Intermediate to
Equipment You Have To
Have: Lots of things, check the class list before starting.
Level: Very high due to the level of detail demonstrated.
What It Assumes You Already
Know: Basic skills like icing a cake and covering it in fondant.
Unnecessary Difficulty Level Of Methods
Demonstrated: It was all pretty
Annoying Host Habits: He tries to be too amusing during the parts that don't have him demonstrating something, but when he's working he's very efficient and doesn't waste time, which is good.
Level of Helpful Hints Learned:
Anyone could benefit from this class, even if they've done car cakes before.
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