A realistic and cute polymer clay tart taught by＊Le Sucre＊!
In this 5th lesson of the miniature tart lesson series, you will learn how to make a chocolate banana tart.
You can just imagine a sweet smell wafting from it!
There are two out of six lessons left in the tart series!
In this lesson, we will teach you step-by-step
how to make realistic banana slices,
and how to create a delicious-looking tart with thick chocolate sauce poured on top!
Combine the fresh banana with whipped cream,
pour plenty of chocolate sauce on top,
and add a fresh mint leaf as an accent to finish up the chocolate banana tart.
This fifth lesson in the series
lets you put the techniques learned in the previous tart lessons to good use.
It will thoroughly explain the steps of making
a chocolate banana tart, which is a classic baked sweet sold at many cake shops and cafes!
You will learn:
◆How to shape and color the banana slices
◆How to pour chocolate sauce on top
◆A trick for placing the whipped cream and banana slices nicely
◆What to do if the chocolate sauce doesn't come out nicely
and other things. All the details needed to succeed in every step,
along with the special new techniques by ＊Le Sucre＊ are taught in this lesson.
The main point of this lesson is how to add color to the surface of the banana slice!
Just like with the strawberry and muscat in previous lessons,
making the cut surface of the banana realistic
makes the whole tart look a lot cuter.
The technique of adding the chocolate sauce
can be applied to the previous tarts as well as various other sweets and bread.
You need a little bit of skill to pour the thick chocolate sauce perfectly,
so practice on a paper before tackling the actual tart.
The tart series is nearly done.
Take this opportunity to master the chocolate banana tart,
and broaden your skills on making polymer clay creations!