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Athena the Goddess of War Cookie Art Course is one of my Signature Cookie Art Pieces; I had many requests for a tutorial on how to paint it. But the full piece took me a very long time, so it was tough to figure out a way to make it into a manageable tutorial. I got there though, and decided to focus in on the most important parts of the design.

This course aimed at challenging those who’ve been staying in their comfort zones for a while. However, if you’re a beginner, I recommend you mark in your schedule to come back to this one when you have a few more advance level course under your belt!

First we need apply background, moving on to dimensional pressure piping (sculpting) the design, using the correct royal icing consistencies, which is crucial to developing the structure. Once your cookie has dried we begin to mix our food paste into “pseudo” Watercolor paints with realism using my Color Mixing Method!

The tonal value is crucial to achieve the visual interest and the stunning results!
Our creativity is so personal, and comes from deep within our hearts, that all kinds of barriers can get in our way without us even realizing, I has been there too! Dimensional Watercolor Athena the Goddess of War Cookie Art Course is challenging but if you stick with it, you’re going to love the results you can achieve!
~ Bobbie

Supplies need for Faux Finish
Naked Cookie
Roxy Rich White
Everclear or Vodka
Paper towel
The Faux Finish Part 1

Supplies need to Sculpt Athena Goddess of War Cookie:
Brown Sugar Cookie Dough Recipe: Download
Royal Icing Recipe: Download
Athena Template: Download
Iced and Dried Cookie
Tipless Bags:
Scribe Tool:
PlaqueCookie Cutter:
Royal Icing Consistencies:
PPS Consistency
-PPM Consistency
-PPStiff Consistency
Warm Cooled Water
Craft Brush, only used for cookie/cake decorating
Damp cloth
Paper towel

I have broke the Sculpting (Dimensional Pressure Piping of Athena) into 3 lessons
Sculpting the Figure Part 2

Sculpting the Figure Part 3

Sculpting the Figure Part 4

Now that our sculptured Athena has dried we can paint her! Take deep breathe, relax, and most importantly have fun as we paint our Athena Cookie Art
Supplies Needed to Paint Athena Goddess of War:
Artist brushes:
-Round Brush
-Square Brush
-Filbert brush
-Pearl Ivory
-Shadow Grey
-Daffodil Yellow
-Cornish Cream
-Baby Pink
-Rose Pink
-Cherry Red
-Dark Brown
-Delphine Blue
Petal and Lustre Dust
Roxy Rich:
Sugarflair Extra Strong Paste:
-Black Extra
SugarFlair Blossom Dust:
Sugarflair Lustre Dust:
-Snow White
-Antique Gold
-Silver Sparkle
Crystal Colours:
-Café Latte, optional
Now that our sculptured Athena has dried we can paint her! Take deep breathe, relax, and most importantly have fun as we paint our Athena Cookie Art!
Painting Athena Of War
the Tree Part 5

In the next lesson we will painting the Helmet that has Medusa head inside, Yes we will painting Medusa inside the helmet!
Painting the Helmet and the illusion of Medusa Head Part 6

Time to paint Athena skin as well as the shading
I will be taking you step-by-step as I teach my method for develop the skin tones.
Painting the Skin and Shading the Skin Part 7

Painting Athena Boots, the Penny Jesses, and the Spear Part 8

Painting the Owl Part 9

Lets Paint Athena’s Armor, Boot Plate, and Leather parts of Athena Skirt!
Painting the Armor,Boot Plate, Leather Portions Part 10

In the next lesson we will developing several Red hues and tones
Painting the Feathers, the Cape, and the Body of the Skirt Part 11

Painting hair is complicated at first, once you understand the concept it becomes second nature!
Painting Athena’s Hair Part 12

Are you ready to paint Athena Facial Features and the Final Details
Painting Athenas Facial Features and the Final Details

Happy Cookie Decorating ~ Bobbie
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