So, I had a peppermint cake for my birthday. . .
This guy is, hopefully going to be the first of a set of minature head sculptues, his height measuring at just over two inches. I used white clay to make the basic shape, and covered it with a thin layer of flattened clay in the colors I wanted. Then I went in and added more colored clay for the details, and added lines using a ceramic sculpting tool.
I actually decorated this a long time ago, but I somehow forgot to post it.
Razputin from Psychonauts on a cake. This one was really fun to decorate because it has such bright colors. It was actually surprisingly easy to caputre Raz's silhouette and it turned out so well that I was almost sorry when we ate it.
For my dad's birthday I decorated this cake with all the firefly characters. It was really fun to figure out how to get across each character's look in about an inch of frosting space. When I was finished, I still had some space left, and it was my mom's great idea to put in the firefly logo. I am really pleased with how well it came out, and how well each character came across.
This is a cake decorated to look like the album cover for "Polka's Not Dead" by the Dreadnoughts. The Dreadnoughts are a folk punk band that also do sea shanties, songs about World War One, and polka.
A halloween pumpkin decorated to look like Count Orlock from the silent film Nosferatu.
A cake I made for my Mom's birthday. I baked the cake in a mixing bowl to make the round shape. Then frosted it and added licorice and gummy-lifesavers for the borders and chiminey. I felt like I needed a way to display it, though, so I stuck it on a green cutting board and added some frosting bushes and a licorice path.
A ceramic I did for art class, I could probably have made him
more realistic looking, but I chose to make him a cartoon character, by exagerating
his eyebrows, the length of his nose, and his eye sockets. The snake coming out of his mouth was
the trickiest bit, as it kept breaking, but eventually I managed to get it to work.
I'll get around to painting him one of these days.s
This is a character from the book Falling Free, by Lois McMaster Bujold.
The book is about a race of four-armed people known as quaddies who live on a space station.
This model is about an inch and a half long. For scale that's about the length of two pennies placed next to each other.
A strange, circus poster of a cake. I really had no idea of what I was going to draw until I drew it. I started with a velocipede and went from there.
The opening scene of the movie Double Indeminity.
A cake of Coyote from the webcomic Gunnerkrigg Court.
A cake of Renardine from the webcomic Gunnerkrigg Court.
I entered this picture in the Making Fiends Art 2015 contest. It made the Fiendish Award Winners category and I got a T-Shirt.
When I was 14 I made some pillows of my favorite characters from the show Making Fiends by Amy Winfrey.