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post #106 of 119
Pepe is so cute, what a fantastic work of art! Thank you for the recipe's I can't wait to try. If you could do a turotial that would be great, I missed the line for that kind of talent along with many others so any help is appreciated. icon_biggrin.gif

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post #107 of 119
WOW, that is amazing! icon_eek.gif And thank you for sharing your recipes!
post #108 of 119
slopokesgirl

Thank you for sharing your recipe your Pepe is to cute

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post #109 of 119
slopokesgirl

Thank you for sharing your recipe your Pepe is to cute

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post #110 of 119
This thread, for all its silliness and excellent info, is the exact reason I will NEVER leave CakeCentral.
post #111 of 119
Nice morning read, smiling first thing in the morning. Pepe is adorable! Have to save this one if just for the recipes. Thanks for sharing.
post #112 of 119
This is absolutely amazing, thanks so much for the info. I have just started with RCT and I was really struggling with the RC making bumps and points. Thanks SO much, cant wait to try your way
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post #113 of 119
OMG slopokesgirl, you are hilarious!!! icon_biggrin.gif Thanks for the giggles! Also, thnaks for the great tip of mixing the RKT with the clay. I have been unhappy with the way the plain RKT because they never set up hard enough, or quickly enough...so you really helped me out here! I know this has already been said alot here, but it bears repeating...your Pepe is AMAZING! thumbs_up.gif
post #114 of 119
He's amazing...did you use supports/wires or something to keep his tail and head up or is it just the RKT that's doing that?!?
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post #115 of 119
Thank you for all of the information in this thread!! I'm going to try the RKT/modeling chocolate combo for the base of the grad caps I'm making next week!
post #116 of 119
Pepe is totally awesome, thanks for the pics icon_biggrin.gif
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post #117 of 119

This is awesome!  I have to sculpt a sneaker cake and am totally trying this?  Would you mind posting a good recipe for modeling chocolate?  I did not have any luck last time getting it right. 

post #118 of 119
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Originally Posted by AlicesMadBatter View Post

This is awesome!  I have to sculpt a sneaker cake and am totally trying this?  Would you mind posting a good recipe for modeling chocolate?  I did not have any luck last time getting it right. 

The recipe is on page 3 just below the one for RKT.

Sadly, it looks as though Slopokesgirl hasn't posted since '09.

www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

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www.VeryDeliciousDesserts.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delicious-Desserts/207874222593145

 

It's never "just cake!"

 

You may get a cake for $way to little but you won't get this cake!

Animal
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post #119 of 119

I know this is a very old thread but I am having some trouble tonight. I make an item that has a rounded item and then straight...kind of like a vase...I made the base from fondant wit tylose, then I put my cereal in a ziplock and crushed it with the rolling pin while I heated the marshmallows. I made the bulb part of the vaseand attached it to the base using piping gel. Then I made the cylinder, put a skewer through it and put it on top of the bulb. A little at a time the cylinder started sliding off I have messed with it off an on all day. I just threw it in the trash.

 

Why would it do this? I have read to try more marhmallow than the recipe calls for...to cool the marshmallow longer to change the composition of the sugar...and mixing with modeling choc..Should I have sculpted as 1 piece instead of trying to attach seperately? Should I try the extra/cooked marshmallow? I just made a batch of modeling chocolate and am going to try that as well... This is due tomorrow and I still have to sculpt the cake!!

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