lrlt2000 Posted 28 Nov 2012 , 4:40pm
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I haven't used modeling chocolate too much, but planned this deer head cake with MC in mind to cover both the antlers (full set) and the deer head (RKT).  I planned on just hand-painting the coloring onto the antlers and head (after adding texture), but it just occurred to me that regular Wilton/AC colors will not stick to the MC!?

 

Is that right? What should I do? I don't feel like I can get great details with melted chocolate, PLUS, I only have regular dyes to color it with, and that will ruin it! Should I color MC then melt it down and brush?

 

Yikes :/

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LisaPeps Posted 28 Nov 2012 , 6:40pm
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AToo paint on MC you should either dry dust or use cocoa butter. In both instances you should use powder colours.

I don't have any experience with adding gel or oil colours to cocoa butter so can't comment on that.

shanter Posted 28 Nov 2012 , 7:07pm
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To color chocolate (or candy melts) or to paint on chocolate, you need to use what LisaPeps suggests or oil-based colors. Sometimes they are called candy colors, but just make sure they are oil-based.

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