Help With Tiered Cake Design

Decorating By Danely81 Updated 19 Jan 2015 , 4:40am by julia1812

Danely81 Posted 19 Jan 2015 , 3:51am
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Hello 

 

 

I have to make a cake with a continuous sketch from the bottom of the cake to the top (only two tiers). I am a bit concerned about how it would look between tiers ,since there would be a blank gap.  I hope I make sense.   I went online for ideas and saw this cake, where the gap  didn't seem as harsh. I am wondering if this cake pans were an inch in difference like 6,5,4, rather than the standard 2 inch gap or 3 inch?

 

This is the cake :

15327-Eiffel-Tower-Wedding-Cake.jpg

 

 

Thank you 

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julia1812 Posted 19 Jan 2015 , 4:38am
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AI would assume its a 10-8-6, so you have a gap of an inch on each side. The painting is meant to look continues when you see the cake from the side. Now the picture here is taken at the "wrong" angle. It depends on the design you gonna use. If you want to paint flowers, you could easily fill the gap. But since this is the Eifel tower, it would look crooked if they would have done that. P.s. If you are not good at free painting it might help to position a projector at a level equal the middle of the cake and projection the picture you want to paint onto the cake...

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