Video: Decorating: Ombré Effect Play video: Decorating: Ombré Effect Please accept cookies in order to view this content Cookie settings Russ Thayer Russ Thayer Tutorial Sign up for free to watch full version Learn this trendy airbrush technique for decorating molded bonbons Applications Molded Bonbons & Pralines Actions Write comment Save Need support with your chocolate confections? Find troubleshooting guides & tutorialsChat live with an advisor chef and find the right solution to your challenges Yes, I need support Top Techniques 04:01 Baking Less With More Baking Less With More 01:35 Choosing the Right Chocolate for Enrobed Bonbons Choosing the Right Chocolate for Enrobed Bonbons 01:23 Broken Ganache Broken Ganache 01:44 Decorating Enrobed Chocolate Bonbons Decorating Enrobed Chocolate Bonbons View more Comments Add comment Submitted by Cynthia Bohl on Sun, 04/24/2022 - 21:26 Please advise me what kind of airbrush sprayer would be good for this. I am a student and would like to practice these techniques so as to learn and get better but I do not know which brand or type would be best. Thank you so much I’m advance. Submitted by Miranda K - Ch… on Fri, 04/29/2022 - 15:07 In reply to Please advise me what kind… by Cynthia Bohl You'll find airbrush preferences vary greatly among chefs - some prefer a paint sprayer from a hardware store or art supply store, some go for specialty sprayers made especially for cocoa butter, and prices are all over the place. The good news is that almost any airgun is good enough for you to practice and get the hang of using one. Once you start doing large-scale production and refining your technique that's when you'll want to start getting into the finer details and, possibly, look at higher-priced options. For now, I'd recommend sourcing an airgun from a company that specializes in pastry equipment and staying within your budget - you can splurge later when you know what you really want.