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Project

3D Zombie Cake - 14 inches tall

Project Description

Do you sell this cake? Yes Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake Cake, Icing & Rice Krispie Treats, Modeling Chocolate, Fondant, food coloring gel, petal dust. Wood board, Armature, drill & bit, two wrenches, core board, felt rounds for feet. Rolling pin, sharp pen knife, paint brushes, serrated knife, tape measure. What are you most proud of? I think the whole thing turned out great! If you're interested I made a picture tutorial on how I made my two zombie cakes. https://www.facebook.com/notes/deanna-briggs/zombie-cake-tutorial/10151644293217935 What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cover your project with plastic wrap to keep the bodice from drying out and clean while you make the head. Remember to cover all your armature prior to adding any food. To get a better idea of how to sculpt features - watch online how to videos on clay sculpting!

What you will need

  • Buttercream
  • Fondant
  • Modeling Chocolate

Q&A with DeannaSB

Fatima asked:
Wow! This is amazing! The most original cake I have ever seen! Just Brilliant!
DeannaSB answered:
Thank you for your wonderful comments!
Lovecakes52 asked:
WoW! This is really good! You know when you first look at it, it's scary and gory and that's the effect you want!, GREAT JOB!! She looks to spooky to eat!! LOL Scary!! Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing what you used to make it! Do you think that when you make this again you could take pictures of each step to making this? That would be Awesome!!
DeannaSB answered:
Thank you for your comments, I have her still sitting on my table & when you walk in that room in the dark it looks like someone sitting at the table!! Yes scary!! I did photo document this one step by step already. I need to find the time to post it on my Facebook. Also I'm making a male zombie for this Sunday. (Maybe I'll photo shoot this one too?) Then another one in August. When I have it all uploaded to Facebook I'll try & remember to post an update on here. thanks again