just… cant believe i spent twenty years NOT having a sailor moon cake for my birthdays. my mom’s friend made this for me and it turned out so incredible
LAS VEGAS—Call them Cakerbots. Adding to the growing list of things you can 3D print (toys, human organs, pizza that will be eaten on Mars, etc.) is a machine promising that, with it, you can print yourself some dessert.
In the “3D Printing” section of the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the consistently busy booths has belonged to 3D Systems’s Sugar Lab. And to, in particular, the booth’s display of elaborate cakes and candies whose confectionary components have been constructed inside a 3D printer.
The ChefJet and ChefJet Pro print, basically, sugar.
- yes the actual tea cup is the cake! made with fondant and also hand painted!
Yogashi (洋菓子); Western-style sweets
This spectacular fire-breathing dragon Smaug cake was made by Zion for her son’s birthday. What a fantastic birthday that must’ve been! It’s such an awesome creation that the folks behind TheHobbitMovie’s Twitter feed declared Zion their #HobbitFanoftheWeek. We’re guessing everyone in that family is a huge fan of The Hobbit.
[via That’s Nerdalicious!]
Sailor Moon Super S sweet cake by miyukkyuma13
FAVE I WANT THIS I WANT IT ASDFGHJKL: