This is a cake somebody made to look like a Zerg Hive from Starcraft. It's most impressive and I would eat the whole thing AND smoke those crystals afterwards. Then, after staying up three days straight I'll eventually have a run-in with the po-po that leads to an inevitable tazing. I'll threaten to sue but settle for making out with another perp in the holding cell. I'll give him my number, but he'll never call. This is all speculative by the way, it never actually happened last Thursday (F*** you Jake, seriously).
Hit the jump for a bunch more of the cake makin'.
Pastel del Zerg Hive de StarCraft [corcholat]
Thanks to Cracknel, who once made an original Warcraft cake but doesn't have any pictures of it because that was in '94.
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This is an amazing AT-AT cake created by Jennifer Luxmore (and friends) of Sin Desserts. It took 60 hours to build and would typically sell for around $5,000. Stale.
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I'mma eat your face, Chief!
In other busty news (a wise boob man once told me, "you can never get enough bust"), this is a giant Master Chief cake created by Mike's Amazing Cakes. How the hell they managed to make such a gravity-defying cake is beyond me, but I suspect it inv... / Continue →