3D Koi Fish Cake
This 3D sculpted kio fish cake was decorated in modeling chocolate, piped chocolate, and gumpaste.
Read instructions on how to make this cake here
Koi Fish Cake Tutorial
3D Pig Cake
This 3D sculpted pig cake was decorated in modeling chocolate, chocolate glaze, chocolate buttercream, chocolate chip dirt and bonbons.
Read instructions on how to make this cake here:
3D Pig Cake Tutorial
3D Car Cake
This 3D sculpted car cake was frosted with buttercream then decorated with modeling chocolate and the piped chocolate dripping effect. The wheels were dipped in chocolate glaze and the figurines were made from gumpaste.
Read step-by-step instructions on how this cake was made here
3D Car Cake Tutorial
3D Jack Daniel’s Bottle Cake
This 3D sculpted Jack Daniel’s bottle cake was frosted with smooth buttercream then wrapped in a modeling chocolate label.
Read about how the label was painted here
Painting Modeling Chocolate Tutorial
Millenium Falcon Cake
This 3D Millenium Falcon cake was decorated in modeling chocolate, piped chocolate and luster dust.
Get the Modeling Chocolate Recipes
This 3D sculpted cheeseburger cake was decorated with chocolate buttercream, crushed nuts and and modeling chocolate.
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How to Make a 3D Burger Cake
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Hi, just bought your beautiful book ! I will be making the aircraft carrier cake for a wedding next month and was hoping there was a video tutorial . I do see the photos of shapes to cut out ahead of time which is very helpful. Is there more that I am missing?
There is no video tutorial for that. I didn’t own a video camera back then.
hi, love your work. The pig was good but the armadillo was spot on. I wanted to know how you made the wheels for car cake. I’ve been having trouble with the concept. Could you help?
Thanks! Hopefully this is what you’re looking for: http://www.wickedgoodies.net/2013/06/how-to-make-a-car-cake/
Hi,I’m interested on how you do the writing on the jack Daniels bottle?
Hi there! I hand-painted it onto modeling chocolate using titanium dioxide, which is a natural white food coloring. It was a very tedious job!
Opps i’m sorry, it was sppose to read “I wanted to know if it was dark or white choc and so on.
I was interested in the awesome pig you had made. I wanted to know what if it was dark or white choc that you had used or was it icing in the tutorial. I was interested in making one similiar to it, just not sure how it was iced exactly. I would be so greatful if you could help me with this.
Thank you so much
Hey there! I have a tutorial for this pig cake here: http://www.wickedgoodies.net/2012/07/how-to-make-a-pig-cake/ Good luck!