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Cake Con Collaboration - World Of Warcraft -Durotan - The Untold Story
This is the piece I, Adela, presented for Cake Con International which is a collaboration featuring 22 amazing artists who have created sugar art inspired by tv series, comics & video game characters. Durotan is a 2 layer cake with a RKT topper. For the first layer I have covered the cake in black so it acts as a base to enhance the logo of the comic I ́have been inspired in, “World of Warcraft”. The second layer is a 6" by 6" with a 120 degree wedge cut out in which I represented a scene of the story of Durotan ́s childhood where he had to fight against a pack of wolves in the middle of the woods. On the top of the cake I have carved in RKT the bust of the main character, Durotan, wearing his wolf fur over him and all the back of the cake, as a reminder of the slaughter he carried out years ago. I hope you like it :):)
Charlie Brown Goes To The Movies - Cake Con Collaboration
I was so honoured to be invited to form part of this awesome collaborations together with 22 amazing artists who created sugar art inspired by tv series, comics & video game characters. I chose Peanut characters as I used to love going to the Saturday Matinees to see them! Oh happy memories. After covering the layer cake with a black Fondant base, I made the seats and the armrests and gave them an old leather texture with layers of melted red chocolate. Each figure was first traced out on acetate, and then cut on to a 3mm layer of Satin Ice fondant with a skin tone pigment. There are three layers to each figure, the base layer which is the body, then the clothed layer together with the hair, and lastly the shoes and details like frills or bows. After that, I outlined each using black Aromacake pigment to give each figure a more comic-like and 3d effect. I had so much fun making popcorn using an extruder! I then placed each figure on the seat of my “cinema”. Thank you Mayra and Cassandra for such an amazing collaboration!
A superhero cake for a four year old. I used Evil Cake Genius stencils for the skyline and the 'BAM' 'POW' and 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY' cut outs. The top tier is decorated with superhero edible images, with some characters cut out and mounted on fondant so they appear to be flying out of the pages of a comic book. At least that was my plan. The 3D characters are obviously toys.
40Th Birthday Cake
For a dear friend with lots of personal details, all completely edible. Board game cake with game pieces and dice. an edible picture frame, sugar rose, her beloved dog lily, comic con tickets, nerd block cake and cd of her favourite band x