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Tank trap barricades These have a definite warzone vibe. How do you make them? Thin chocolate sticks. In the UK we have Matchmakers, but other places may have local equivalents. You could use thin biscuit sticks instead. Cut these into suitably sized sticks, and assemble with a dab of melted chocolate in the middle. Three equal-sized sticks joined ...


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(Disclaimer: ChrisH had the idea of a beach/landing in a comment.) Cookie crumb topping for sand and dirt. This will be tasty (better than fondant) and also have a lot of artistic potential, but also it will be a lot easier than icing. You can use multiple colors of cookie to create cool effects like "wet" sand or layered dirt. And you can add ...


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Chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate. Without the proper treatment, chocolate doesn't gloss. That's perfect if you want to have a matte, dirt-appearing surface. With such a matte black and brown mix, it should be easy to turn the surface of a brownie into no-mans-land. by laying down the chocolate in layers and keeping some areas much less covered, one can ...


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First, pick a scale and more detailed theme: I'd go for battlefield scale, so a person would be an inch or two high (3-5cm). This means you can cast moulds from toys. A few soldiers might need to be made, not easy but they don't have to be great. Otherwise go for life size. Make each brownie the right proportions and shape, helped by fondant, for a ...


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I don’t know how blatantly obvious you need to be about it, but the most simple thing that I can think of to represent a war zone is a barrier of some sort. At first I was thinking mine fields and concertina wire, but then I realized that a wall might work You could even just frost it so it’s two different colors If you need something more obviously violent,...


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Consider using fondant toppings. Fondant is a confectionery topping with a consistency similar to modelling clay. It should be possible to cut a sheet of it into shapes such as firearms, bombs, military vehicles, destroyed buildings, flags, et cetera, or to hand-mold it into appropriate shapes. It's often used on cakes, and it should work well enough on ...


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Add eggs to the chocolate. Just make sure that the chocolate should be a little warm, right at body temperature (not be cold or hot). Add the eggs to the chocolate and not the chocolate to the egg. The very reason is that chocolate is heavier and you don't want your eggs of go sitting, you need to make sure that the egg kind of Stowell in the chocolate.


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