Hello my reader ^^
Today will be a short tutorial on how to make molds. I think it’s pretty self explanatory, just mixing two parts right ? (I’ll show you anyways ohoho,)
Here we go !
- Mold putty
- The object you want to be a replica of ( in this case, chocolate !)
- Take equal parts of each colour ( so that means 1:1 ratio).
- Mix together ! Mix till you have no more streaks in your putty. I have to work quite fast because mine is fast drying.
- Slowly, push the putty down onto the chocolate. Make there are no air bubbles, and that it’s stuck to the whole surface.
- (Try not to push the object into the putty. This tends to morph the details. Instead, roll your putty down over, and firmly push it onto the surface – make sure all important details will be captured)
- Once it’s dry, take the object out. Can you see that the chocolate sort of melted ? TT This sort of made my design less clear….
- Shall we try and see what it looks like ? I put cold porcelain in there !
- The shape looks the same ! It’s got all the edges ^^
- Let’s try colouring the CP, make it more realistic,,
- Which one do you think is the real chocolate ? Wahaha, it’s the bottom one.
- This was the next morning.
- See how the CP cracked ? It cracked in places where I placed separate blobs and blended them in.
- The top one doesn’t have any cracks so that means, CP doesn’t crack when you just have one piece !
And there we go !
A chocolate mold, and a little test on how well CP takes on detail from the mold. Remember, if you don’t want cracks in your CP, try to just use one piece instead of blending in several pieces.
Enjoy and thanks for reading !
-My Easter themed creation will be up shortly ! Just adding some finishing touches ^^;;