Hi Artful/Gentleman Bunny
Nice stuff, and have now watched a few of your tutorials at YouTube.(NOTE: link to all Artful's tutorials are in signature area at bottom of her posts).
I just watched your video tutorial on making a spongy-textured
cake with baking powder:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdyMAaJ-x0E
and had a couple of questions before adding a link to it at my site (in the spongy-texture area):
...is the texture of your finished cake as "bouncy" to the feel as it looks?
...is the clay that seems to cling to the aluminum foil when you remove the cake, gooey at all? --and if so, does that mean that the clay is not completely
cured so that it could later begin eating through the clay on the outside of the cake making it sticky/etc?
...what temp have you been using for curing the baking powder combo? (and how long)
...have you tried various proportions of baking soda to liquid clay to see if that changes the total amount of holey-ness or the amount of rise, or the size of the holes?
...are you adding about
1 part baking powder to 2 parts liquid clay here?
...have you tried using baking soda instead of baking powder?
...is the colorant added to your liquid clay an artists' oil paint, or an acrylic paint --and if acrylic, does that add to some of the bubbles in your spongy texture?