I just took a birthday cake order for an upright Sponge Bob cake. It will be in a sitting position and it will be fondant covered. She wanted him to completely stand but I told her that wouldn't be possible (I gave her a great price) but that I could make him sitting. This will be a first for me. Does anyone have any ideas for me or anywhere I can find instructions? Thanks everyone for you help!
how about if you cut rectangles and stack them, or maybe make a wooden base with two big dowels sticking out so you can stack the cake there and use it as support, hope this helps
We had looked into building a 3D Sponge Bob also at one point, maybe this link can help u.... http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo_1337430.html
i think definitely screw on 2 good size wooden dowels and just stack your layers that should make it very steady!! if you use a pound cake even better just need a good filling to compensate the dryness of the pund cake.
Here's a really good pic of a spongebob cake where he's sitting. Maybe you could pm for help?
I did a RKT SpongeBob that measured 6" x 8" sitting on top of a 10" round, see my photos. Covered in fondant w/ 50/50 legs and arms. PM me if you want additional info.