Baking A Cake Of The Three Layers Of Skin?

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Ambbam18 Posted 10 Feb 2013 , 3:39pm
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 So for our project in school we are supposed to make a model of the three layers of skin, example..


I thought this looked really cool.. But I was wondering if anyone had any other ideas to add.. to make a little more unique and creative?.

 I was thinking of stacking cakes, like three layers, make going diagonal but I don't know how?

 Or if anyone possibly knows how to make a head??.

 Thanks for any input/ advice you have!

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cakesrock Posted 18 Feb 2013 , 5:29pm
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That is awesome!

You could also do fondant and 'paint' it - like I did my 'slice of earth cake'. The hair is awesome, though. I would definitely keep that part.

You could do something like this:



Yes, you'd have to stack. If you wanted to do diagonal, just follow a tutorial on how to do one of those cakes. I have never done one, but it's on my list. I don't think it would be that tough. Just make sure you use good support.

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littlemrslarge Posted 18 Feb 2013 , 6:02pm
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What about a jello poke-cake?  The follicles remind me of the "pokes" in a poke cake.  You'd still want to pipe the side details on, though, probably after slicing.  I'm an anatomy nerd (I won't gross you guys out by saying where I spent my undergrad years!) so I love your idea! thumbs_up.gif

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orientalmassage Posted 24 Jun 2017 , 9:49am
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