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what do i cover a largr 3D rice crispy treat figure with

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Hi, I am making a large sculpture out of rice crispy treats and air brushing it but was wondering what would be the best to cover it with? Modelling chocolate, gumpaste or fondant?
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eliminate gumpaste--either of the remaining or a combination of those two--

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I cover all of my rice krispie figures with candy melts first, like 2 coats and and i basically use the warmth of my hands to smooth is out as best i can.  Then i spray it with water or use a little piping gel and cover with fondant.  hope that helps.

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Depends on how much detail you are going to add. I find I get better detail with MC, but I use fondant when I don't need as much cause it is more cost effective. Like Rooch I also coat the RKT with warm candy melts as a first coat.

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