Anyone Knows How To Make This Cake???

Decorating By Claudiaegb Updated 22 Oct 2014 , 3:33am by Claudiaegb

Claudiaegb Posted 20 Oct 2014 , 6:16pm
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Do anyone knows how can I make this cake?  How to get this curved form of the foot... i will apprecitate any ideas...

 

Thanks

 

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winniemog Posted 20 Oct 2014 , 7:00pm
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AI'd use modelling chocolate or RKT or a mix of the two, stuck on the end of a long skinny cake.

The cake itself makes my stomach turn though, something about the green plaster on top of manky toes. Guess feet have never really turned me on.....ick, imagine eating THAT slice of cake!

Jgrubbs Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 2:59am
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AYou can make the curved part out of rice crispy treats. Squeeze together firmly to form. Cover with royal or butterceam and fondant.

Claudiaegb Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 3:04am
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Great ideas Jgrubbs an Winniemog, i will try that!!!

 

Thnaks!!! :)

kakeladi Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 3:37am
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Why not just cut 6" or 8" rounds in 1/2 and place them cut side down on a long board?  

You don't say how many you have to serve but you could even make smaller rounds if necessary.

CWR41 Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 4:12am
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Quote:

Originally Posted by kakeladi 
 

Why not just cut 6" or 8" rounds in 1/2 and place them cut side down on a long board? 

Because gravity will win and they will separate from one another unless solid "bookends" are used to hold them all together keeping them upright.

Jgrubbs Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 4:44am
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AYou are right. I just made a Wildcat for a 7 in. Tier for a reunion cake out of rice Crisped and it's awesome.

Claudiaegb Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 2:32pm
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Thank you all!!  U really appreciate your help!!!

kakeladi Posted 21 Oct 2014 , 6:21pm
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...........Quote:   Originally Posted by kakeladi View PostWhy not just cut 6" or 8" rounds in 1/2 and place them cut side down on a long board? 

...........Because gravity will win and they will separate from one another unless solid "bookends" are used to hold them all together keeping them upright...........

 

What??  I've done it many times using the 1/2 rounds for the body of dinos.  Just a couple of examples:

http://www.cakecentral.com/g/i/2221232/a/2222232/2-dinosures

http://www.cakecentral.com/g/i/1358653/a/1359653/a-9x13x4-sheet-is-topped-with-a-3-d-dino-which-consists-of-one-layer-9-round-cut-it-in-1-2-stack-those-and-place-cut-edge-down

All that holds them together is b'cream filling.

Claudiaegb Posted 22 Oct 2014 , 3:33am
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Thanks Kakeladi!!!

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