3D Ninja Tutle

Decorating By Cristi-Tutty Updated 10 Jan 2010 , 5:10am by Cristi-Tutty

Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 1:22am
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Does anyone know where I can find some instructions or a tutorial on carving a 3D Ninja Turte?

I would like to try something like this

Thank you!!!

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Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 2:07am
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anyone please!!!!!

CakeBakerSoulShaker Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 3:05am
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I wish I could help you. That looks very intense. Im guessing a lot of his limbs are rice crispy treats. Or veryvery dense cake. Good luck!

JanH Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 7:13am
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.moving to Cake Ideas. icon_smile.gif

Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 3:22pm
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thank you...any ideas please

Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 6:31pm
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no ideas at all icon_cry.gificon_cry.gif not even a hint!!!! icon_cry.gificon_cry.gif please!!!!

Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 11:18pm
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I cannot believe that with so many bakers no one can give me a hand..no even an idea...how can I make te body? do you thing the face is rice crispy? any ideas will be apreciate it...

thank you in advance

KoryAK Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 11:37pm
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If I were making it, the head would be RKT, body would be cake (make it like 2 or 3 tiers of cake all supported and just ice as one for stability and ease of serving) and legs and arms would be solid fondant+tylose, just prop something under his knees until it dries a bit. HTH

Cristi-Tutty Posted 8 Jan 2010 , 11:42pm
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thank you so much for your help...do you think I should make a template to make the body do I need this to carve?...and also what should I use as support? pvc or what I found this tutorial and I think I can fallow this instructions too...what do you think?

thank you

this is going to be my first time carving....thank you thank you


KoryAK Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 12:42am
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I use the same type of support as in regular tiered cakes... cardboard between the "tiers" and straws as dowels holding it up. I would recommend a center dowel hammered thru all at the end too. No template, just carve away. If you break each component down separately, it should be pretty easy. Make sure you have another cardboard and support layer under the head!

Cristi-Tutty Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 1:54am
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wonderful!!!!! thank you so much ....this cake is for my DH which is on March...but I have to start practicing...thank you...

KoryAK Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 7:49am
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ironic... i just finished making a 2d3d TMNT cake tonight myself, first one! They were just lying down 3d (hence 2d3d)... I'll post a pic tomorrow - maybe it'll help icon_smile.gif

Cristi-Tutty Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 2:21pm
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your cakes are beautiful....wow I love them thank you for all your help....

Let me ask you what fondant do you use?

KoryAK Posted 9 Jan 2010 , 7:41pm
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thanks icon_smile.gif

satin ice

Cristi-Tutty Posted 10 Jan 2010 , 1:07am
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thank you too!!! icon_smile.gif

KoryAK Posted 10 Jan 2010 , 2:05am
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here it is!

Fed about 40ppl

Cristi-Tutty Posted 10 Jan 2010 , 5:10am
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wow your cake is wonderful!!! thank you for sharing...really nice icon_smile.gif

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