I really like to make this kind of 3D cakes that don't look like cake. Well, next project is to make it upright.
This was made for one of my friends celebrating a British themed 21st party. Actually wanted to make it simplier as it was last minute and we were already jam packed with other orders. But it can't be a British themed cake without a crown! So there. The crown really gives the oomph to the cake la.
I watched this cartoon a few days before doing this cake. Okto is showing it in the evening, and I happened to catch 1 episode of it. Apparently it is like a star wars spin off, in that the bad dude is the green ninja's father. The green ninja is supposed to be the most powerful one.
This is actually 5 cakes joined together like lego bricks. I even made a 3D mock up using the lego program
This has officially become one of my most favourite cakes. This made me think about the irony of it; When I paint on paper, it is worthless rubbish, but when I do my art on cake, it is at least worth something, although it is shortlived (and I can't pass it down for my future generations to be rich like a Mona Lisa). I really like painted cakes. Was also inspired by Charm City cakes for the different layer height tiers which I love love love.
Quite happy with how this turned out. Initially thought the tiffany blue and gold colour would clash. But it has that vintage box feel. Hope to do more vintagy cakes. The matching cupcakes completes the look. Can't tell from the pictures, but there is sparkly dust.
To be honest, the idea of eating a shoe is a tad unhygienic. But I guess if you ever lose a bet with someone, this would be a great way to honor it.
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