Batman Car 3-D Cake

Decorating By curiegas Updated 27 Sep 2013 , 1:56am by KeioshaFrank30

curiegas Posted 24 Jan 2006 , 7:30am
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Has anyone done a Batman Car cake? I thought I saw it somewhere but I forgot where. I am thinking maybe the 3-D cruiser pan and add fondant pieces for the "wings." Would it be better to just sculpt the entire cake out of a larger cake?

Hers is a picture of the car.

Thanks,
Cecilia
LL

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Kiddiekakes Posted 24 Jan 2006 , 11:27pm
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I,too am doing a 3D Batmobile for my son's 5th birthday in May.I bought the 3D Nascar kit and I am going to carve the batmobile.I have my son's right here to do the details although I am not going to cover it in fondant as I don't like fondant.I am going to make the fins out of royal icing.

curiegas Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 1:45am
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Hi Kiddiekakes. What does the 3D Nascar kit include? Where did you find it?

Thanks for all the help

Cecilia

Kiddiekakes Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 2:08pm
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It is the nascar cake kits shown here.The pan is reusable and is the perfect shape for a batmobile.

http://www.sportcakes.com/products.asp?id=36


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tripletmom Posted 27 Jan 2006 , 9:44pm
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I was looking at Cinda's Creative Cakes and found this one. Heavens, she does some wonderful work!
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Kiddiekakes Posted 27 Jan 2006 , 11:26pm
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That's how I sort of plan to do mine!!!

traci Posted 27 Jan 2006 , 11:57pm
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I was able to purchase only the pan without the decals for around 12.00. I used mine when I made a 3-D corvette. I think that pan would work good for a batmobile. Good luck! icon_smile.gif

AlamoSweets Posted 28 Jan 2006 , 12:53am
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I have done one but didn't have the nascar pan so I used two loaf pans and carved away. I wasn't real please with it but the customer was.
LL

curiegas Posted 29 Jan 2006 , 2:17am
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Traci - - Where did you purchase the pan? I think that is the way I would love to go. I'm not experienced with sculpted cakes, but if nothing else carving away I go.

AlamoSweets - - - I think your cake is cute. If you don't mind can you tell me how you carved it.

Thanks,
Cecilia

AlamoSweets Posted 29 Jan 2006 , 2:51am
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The cake were pound cakes cooked in a loaf pan. The windshield was there due to filling the pan a little too much and making a hill. I just looked at a picture as I wittled away little by little. Since it was pound it stood up to the moving. Try it. It is amazing what we can do when we have to.

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KeioshaFrank30 Posted 27 Sep 2013 , 1:56am
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Hi my name is Keiosha and I am so interested in getting this Batman cake for my son for his birthday, it is on 10/12/2013 and I've never seen something like this. And I now it would blow his mind out of this world is name is Marshawn Harris and his going to be 4 years old and I would like to put a smile on his face

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