Who's a bad boy??? Disney Deviant Sugar Art Collaboration

Hi everybody!!
Emily here pushing my limits once again by trying modelling figures instead of my usual flowers! I have to say that I really enjoyed making him. I have him punished this way as it reminds me of the way I got punished for the first time in a Spanish summer school when I was 9 years old. (All I did was let out an accidental whistle… I promise you!!).

Well, I chose Pinocchio with a twist for this collaboration because of the underlying message the story has – that is -to be good, don’t lie and be happy with yourself.

Pinocchio is famous for his short nose that grows when he is stressed particularly when he is telling lies. In the original tale, Collodi describes him as a "naughty boy, rascal, imp, disgrace, ragamuffin, and a confirmed rogue. " Pinocchio’s bad behaviour, rather than being charming or endearing, is meant to serve as a warning. Disney preferred to make this puppet a “good” boy who is easily swayed by others.

The figure is made of RKT and modelling chocolate.
the base is satin ice fondant and wafer paper

I hope you like it :):):)

Come and see the other artists contributions by folowing therse links :)

-- Life is too sweet to be bitter

satin ice fondant rolkem dusts sugarflair pigments coca butter wafer paper chocolate rice krispie treats rice paper rainbow dust paint brushes candle stand metal dish modelling tools pinnochio chocolate satin ice fondant modeling chocolate rolkem silver sugarflair colours rainbow dust disney deviantcollaboration deviantart disney deviant sugar art deviantsugarartcollaboration pinocho


CakeHeaven by Marlene

Awesome piece!

Cake Garden Houten

love it!

sugar voyager

So brilliant✨✨

Cake Creations by ME - Mayra Estrada

Love him. He’s amazing.



golosamente by linda

Wonderful 😍😍😍😍




Love it!


Fantastic!!! Great job!!👏👏👏😍

Mania M. - CandymaniaC


Olina Wolfs


Sandra Smiley

Awesome concept! Great job!

Sweet Dreams by Heba


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