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It's one of the Simpsons! In toast form! Which Simpson is it? I'll leave that to your own interpretation.
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The Simpsons for Jake! With Homer Simpson as requested :)
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Bad Dream House from The Simpsons Halloween Special
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9 inch round cake decorated with a Steampunk theme. Entire cake is made from edible materials: fondant, frosting, sugar gems and sugar glass for the goggle lens.
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Simpsons doughnuts! Or close enough anyway :D
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Hi,
This Is The Wedding Cake I Made For My Daughter Bryhony & Husband Richard. It Was His Idea To Have The Simpsons On It, & Bryhony Has Had The Cake Style Picked Since They Met 10 Years Ago...
I've Made The Simpsons Before In Sugar But This Time We Decided On Polymer Clay So They Could Keep Them Forever. The Cat Is Based On Their Cat Bosley & The Page Boy Is A Special Little Boy She Looks After Sometimes. The Flowers Are All Sugar On Wire & The Cakes Were Milk Choc Mud, Caramel Choc Mud & Top Strawberry Choc Mud... All Iced In Chocolate Fudge Then My Own Plastic Icing... I Prefer To Make Everything Myself Except The Boards Which I Have Made To Size...
About 40 Hours Work
My Last Polymer Clay Figures Were Made With Super Sculpey, These Were Made With Ozzle An Australian Brand Which Is Great But A Little Softer. Marg & Homer Where Made In Three Layers Of Clay With A Layer Of Foil To Bulk Them Out After The First. I'll Add Some More Pics Later That I Took As I Was Making Them But I Didn't Take Many As This Was All Done Over One Week In Between My Other Two Jobs So I Was A Little Pressed For Time...
I'm Was Happy With The End Result & The Newly Weds Loved It...
Thanks For Looking...
Feel Free To Ask Any Questions...
I Made Cakes Part Time From Home For 7 Years...
My Mum Says I Made & Decorated My First Cake At Age 5, So That's About 36 Years Experience On & Off...

...Cheers Mark
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Happy Wind Waker HD release date everyone! I've already carved Toon Link, but that doesn't mean we can't get the legend on with another holder of the Triforce of Courage!

I think this is Twilight Princess Link? The pattern didn't specify, but I think it looks like him. This awesome pattern comes from Jammin Pumpkins, and I knew as soon as I saw it that it was going to get carved. I've been on a huge Zelda kick this entire year, playing through every single game in order of release. I just beat the non-HD Wind Waker a week or so ago. This will likely not be the last Zelda pumpkin you see from me this year, I have a couple more ideas for carves :D

Looking forward to A Link Between Worlds like no one's business!

Light Version: johwee.deviantart.com/art/Link…


Link Nintendo
Pattern Jammin Pumpkins jamminpumpkins.com/
Carving Me
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Backstory: A little while ago, my sister approached me with an idea. She's doing an education degree, and her and her friends had to give a series of lessons on the geological sciences to a class of primary school kids. One of their lessons involved teaching the kids about the structure of the Earth. One of her friends came up with the idea of presenting a model of the Earth made out of cake. So my sister asked me if I could make a spherical cake with all the layers of the Earth inside it.

I told her I couldn't do it. "How do you get a sphere inside a sphere inside a sphere?" I recall saying. "Oh yeah," she replied, realising what it would involve.

I spent the rest of the afternoon thinking about it. I don't admit defeat. Ever. But especially not with cake. Nothing is impossible is pretty much my baking motto, so to say this cake was impossible left me feeling weird. There had to be a way. A way that didn't involve carving or crumbing the cake. I kept mulling it over until I had a breakthrough.

I actually ended up coming up with a couple ideas, but I couldn't do my Plan A due to equipment restrictions. So I went with Plan B: baking a cake inside a cake inside a cake.


Tech details: The inner core is vanilla buttercake, the outer core is lemon Madeira sponge, the mantle is orange Madeira sponge. The 'crust' of the Earth is made from buttercream, then it's all covered with marshmallow fondant. I marbled a little white fondant through the blue to make it look like clouds. I hand cut the continents then painted them using food colouring and a dry brush technique. The continents took me about 6 hours straight and I'd be lying if I said I didn't end up hating it. What started as a determination for pin-point accuracy became 'let's get this shiz done'. The painting took probably 3/4 of that time. It took 5eva. But I'm glad I did it because I think it looks a lot better then plain green fondant would have.

More pics at my blog: [link]


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