Can I Paint On Modeling Chocolate?

Decorating By klan30 Updated 22 Jan 2015 , 3:53am by klan30

klan30 Posted 20 Jan 2015 , 8:41pm
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Has anyone had experience painting luster dust mixed with alcohol on modeling chocolate?  Does it just bead up?

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jgifford Posted 20 Jan 2015 , 10:37pm
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Once your modeling chocolate is set - - preferably overnight, but at least several hours - - treat it the same as fondant.  It will react the same with painting, coloring, flavoring, storing, etc.

winniemog Posted 21 Jan 2015 , 12:02pm
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AAlthough in my experience I have had to paint the modelling chocolate with oil-based colours, as the water-based colours (either straight or mixed with alcohol) tended to bead. I've also seen airbrush colours bead on modelling chocolate - it was so cool, it was used to make dragon skin so it was meant to be patchy. Definitely I haven't been able to get an even smooth coat with water-based colours but no issue at all with oil-based.

kkmcmahan Posted 21 Jan 2015 , 1:23pm
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Agree with winniemog, you want to use the colors made for chocolate as they are oil based.  If you don't have them try painting a thin layer of white first, let it dry, then paint you color over it.

klan30 Posted 22 Jan 2015 , 3:53am
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thank you.

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