Antique Gold Airbrushed On Yellow Modeling Choc?

Decorating By BeesKnees578 Updated 16 Feb 2014 , 9:40pm by MBalaska

BeesKnees578 Posted 12 Feb 2014 , 11:45pm
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I already looked this up, but wasn't 100% certain on the verdict.


I made modeling choc with yellow melts and have made a Buddha head.  I want to spray it with Crystal Colors Antique Gold.


Has anyone done this and can definitively tell me whether it will work before I make a mess?


And do you think it would help if I dry dusted it with antique gold first and then airbrushed it?  Maybe it would stick better or just be a waste of product?



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BeesKnees578 Posted 13 Feb 2014 , 2:33pm
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Well, since no one answered, I had no choice but to go for it.


It turned out ok...I am going to cocoa dust in the crevices to give it a more aged appearance.


I think I would have liked it better if I made a light brown modeling chocolate, rather than yellow.


Lesson learned.

BeesKnees578 Posted 14 Feb 2014 , 1:56pm
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RKT Head covered in yellow mod choc, sprayed w CC Antique Gold, then painted with cocoa dust.  First time using modeling chocolate and sculpting a face.  I will be using mod choc a lot in the future...LOVE IT!  There were so very many versions of Buddha's face.  He looks more Incan or Mayan, IMHO, but I was very happy with how it all turned out.  And I JUST realized that I forgot the Y in "Recovery"....AWESOME!  Too late, it's already been delivered.  Fingers crossed!

It turned out well, although I was wanting a more bronze, antique gold.  

kyliecake Posted 16 Feb 2014 , 10:48am
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that looks awesome!!

MBalaska Posted 16 Feb 2014 , 9:40pm
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It's really decorative, I've never put anything on modeling chocolate, so it's nice to know it worked out well for you.

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