(MDSW) designs are a current favorite in the cake world, the innovative technique taking cake decorating to a whole new level. Our Top Multi-dimensional Sugarwork Cakes represent some of the most impressive MDSW designs in the Cake Central forums- we just can’t get enough of this innovative new technique!
Yellow and Orange Ranunculus-Cake Central Cover By craigas
This is the MDSW cake I made for Cake Central Magazine, hand painted and gumpaste flowers
First time making gumpaste poppies and first time hand painting a cake! Love how it turned out!
Sportsman’s Cake By emilsmee
All edible (other than the cat tails). Airbrushed and hand painted details.
First birthday cake. Hand painted top tier. Fondant crown on bottom tier, and modeling chocolate cake topper
Japanese theme wedding cake By experimenting
Cake #2 for my first wedding expo this weekend. All hand painting done by my talented husband!
Poppies By ratga
All fondant with poppies and hand painting
wedding bouquet cake By stomachcakes
hand painted sugar flower fondant wedding bouquet cake
Hand painted Cherry Blossoms and Birdcage By splendorcakes
This cake was hugely inspired by the work of Erin from Three Little Blackbirds (TLB Cakes). After watching her fabulous free mini class on Craftsy I went about to find a project to do. While researching cherry blossoms I came across a fantastic handpainted cherry blossom cake by Môn Cottage Cupcakes. When I contacted Nina to rave about her stunning cake, she sent me her handpainted cherry blossom tutorial. Even though I had done my cherry blossoms at this stage, I found many more fabulous tips in it.
Autumn Leaves By taxi4two
A display cake for a recent wedding show. Fondant covered forms, hand painted leaves and branches as well as gumpaste leaves and branches.
Hand painted Poppy cakes with 3D poppies
spring garden cake By bobwonderbuns
Done with the 3D painting technique. Fondant and gumpaste flowers. Thanks for looking!
Christmass cake with one-stroke painting and 3D sugar flowers
Harley Davidson cake By sallybratt
This is a mix of 3D and 2D. The front part of the bike is a sugar sculpture but from the gas tank back it’s painted on the cake, as is the scenery. I was a bit worried about doing this cake as I don’t like doing vehicles but I’m really happy with how it turned out.The additional photo is just a closer look at the bike.