USS Silversides Submarine

This is my first sculpted cake and first time doing fondant on anything besides rounds! I tried luster dust for the first time too, in some places it is a little blotchy because I didnt have a big brush to put it on with. It is for a man's birthday who works on the retired USS Silversides submarine. Overall I am satisfied with the way it turned out, but I hope to get a lot better at this type of decorating.

Comments

LorraineF Says... 8 years ago

Good job! Fondant is nice and smooth!

Mickig Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job! This is too cool! :lol:

knoxcop1 Says... 8 years ago

Wow! This is really good work! Your handwriting is great---and boy, did you get the fondant smmoooooth! LOVE IT!

sweetcakes Says... 8 years ago

That is great!!! i bet he was real pleased with it

lemoncurd Says... 8 years ago

It is very well done! I can't believe this is your first sculpted cake. You have natural talent!

CustomCakesBySharon Says... 8 years ago

wow!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

awesome job!!! No way you look like an amateur with sculpted cakes!!!

Bayamoy Says... 8 years ago

wonderful - love the water too!

paradisepalms Says... 8 years ago

This cake is great. I can't believe how smooth and beautiful the fondant is... great work! I have a friend who wants to do the BEATLES yeloow submarine for her daughter. I thought I could do a take on this in yellow with the accents as they are on the concert poster. Could I bug you for some info on the actual cakes that are underneath and for any special tips you might have. I'm nervous but I'd really like to do this for her!!Thanks so much for your awesome creation to be inspired from!

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

I used 2 9x13 cakes stacked, though I carved so much off that I probably could have just used 1, cut in half and stacked. Definitely carve it while frozen. I hadnt done anything like this before either, so I understand, I was very nervous too!

navygolfer2004 Says... 8 years ago

LOOKS GREAT!!!!

GenGen Says... 7 years ago

awesome :) it tempts me to try one also :)

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Wow, that is soooo cool! What a spectacular job you did on that!

LorraineF Says... 8 years ago

Good job! Fondant is nice and smooth!

Mickig Says... 8 years ago

You did a great job! This is too cool! :lol:

knoxcop1 Says... 8 years ago

Wow! This is really good work! Your handwriting is great---and boy, did you get the fondant smmoooooth! LOVE IT!

sweetcakes Says... 8 years ago

That is great!!! i bet he was real pleased with it

lemoncurd Says... 8 years ago

It is very well done! I can't believe this is your first sculpted cake. You have natural talent!

CustomCakesBySharon Says... 8 years ago

wow!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

awesome job!!! No way you look like an amateur with sculpted cakes!!!

Bayamoy Says... 8 years ago

wonderful - love the water too!

paradisepalms Says... 8 years ago

This cake is great. I can't believe how smooth and beautiful the fondant is... great work! I have a friend who wants to do the BEATLES yeloow submarine for her daughter. I thought I could do a take on this in yellow with the accents as they are on the concert poster. Could I bug you for some info on the actual cakes that are underneath and for any special tips you might have. I'm nervous but I'd really like to do this for her!!Thanks so much for your awesome creation to be inspired from!

springlakecake Says... 8 years ago

I used 2 9x13 cakes stacked, though I carved so much off that I probably could have just used 1, cut in half and stacked. Definitely carve it while frozen. I hadnt done anything like this before either, so I understand, I was very nervous too!

navygolfer2004 Says... 8 years ago

LOOKS GREAT!!!!

GenGen Says... 7 years ago

awesome :) it tempts me to try one also :)

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 7 years ago

Wow, that is soooo cool! What a spectacular job you did on that!


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