Gumpaste Subwoofer And Amp

Decorating By vannah1986 Updated 25 Nov 2014 , 4:17pm by julia1812

vannah1986 Posted 24 Nov 2014 , 5:33am
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ASo my aunts friend wants me to make her husband a sheet cake for his birthday with a subwoofer and amplifier.. It doesn't seem too difficult, but I've never made these before so I'm a bit nervous. Does anyone know of a tutorial? I've been searching everywhere but cannot find one. I've added pics, I'm on my phone so hopefully it works. If not, let me know and I'll get on my computer and upload them. Thanks in advance! [IMG ALT=""][/IMG] [IMG ALT=""][/IMG]

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kazita Posted 24 Nov 2014 , 6:26am
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Only way I can help so far is showing you a picture of a cake like the one you are talking still looking under Google. .

kazita Posted 24 Nov 2014 , 7:23am
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vannah1986 Posted 24 Nov 2014 , 4:03pm
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AI can find pictures of cakes, but nothing about how to make little ones with gumpaste :-(

julia1812 Posted 25 Nov 2014 , 4:48am
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ADo I understand you correct, that you want to make the 2 items out of cake? Or as a topper on top of the cake? You don't need a tutorial for the exact same items in any way. Go on YouTube and watch f.e. how to make a 3d cake / car/ shoebox etc. The amp is easier, the sub with the round overlapping ring a bit harder. If it should be all cake, think about making only the round base of the sub cake and the top maybe rkt. You want to have really nice sharp edges on the amp, so you might wanna practice you icing skills...?

vannah1986 Posted 25 Nov 2014 , 1:14pm
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AI don't Want it made out of cake, they need to be toppers. I've searched all over YouTube and Google, but I can't seem to find what I'm looking for. Posting here was my last resort

vannah1986 Posted 25 Nov 2014 , 1:21pm
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This helped me quite a bit, thanks for your help :)

kazita Posted 25 Nov 2014 , 1:43pm
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AYou're very welcome, glad I could help..:-D

julia1812 Posted 25 Nov 2014 , 4:17pm
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A[IMG ALT=""][/IMG] Maybe make something like this...? Was looking for tutorials too, but couldn't find any. And it's a bit tricky to explain with words only for me...

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