Is there a tutorial out there on how to construct the internal support structure for a self balancing wine bottle cake? anyone has any ideas how to do it? Here is the cake;
Do you think it is all cake?
AI would love to know this too!!
So they did share? Now my curiosity is raging! Lol!
"Yes, This is actually all cake, held in place by nothing more than air, a bit of maths and a whole lot of physics.
An unique and unusual cake perfect for your next big birthday or even as a Wedding Cake
The label is handpainted and can be customised to suit your occasion" From their website
I didn't ask them. it is a business place so I don't think they would share. I would ask if they were members from cakecental. so anyone else has any ideas /suggestions about how this bottle is floating in the air?!!
Now im dying to know what the secret is
I have no idea how this is done, but I came across a class at Planet Cakes in Sydney
WOW!!! I would love to learn this but not at $1100 a class!!!
Sounds about right for PC classes. I took a madhatter class in San Francisco with a PC instructor for about $900. Worth every penny.
It is a really cool cake and if you sold a few you would make your money back....just not in my budget at this point.
Do the travel and do classes?
look up craftsy gravity defying cakes! less than $40
Anybody ever figure out how to do this gravity defying bottle cake??
APossibly a similar structure like this cake http://forums.egullet.org/topic/82670-3d-airplane/ ????
Try this ladies, same concept, different theme. Handi (the guy in the video) used to work for Planet Cake teaching how to do the wine bottle cake, so I'm thinking it'll be pretty similar structure.
There are some brilliant tutorials on that site, it's worth a membership IMHO.
AThank you so much Zespri! I checked out that online school, I have never heard of it. I am going to sign up! Thanks a ton for this info.
you're welcome :) I don't know why that school doesn't have more popularity, except maybe because it's Australian? But anyway, glad you will get some use out of it :) Handi (the guy doing the tutorial) is such a laugh, it's really fun to watch him.