He’s a maths teacher by trade and a self-proclaimed “professional dad”, but Nathan Shield’s latest hobby is certainly no “flash in the pan”.
He took up the craft of “pancake art” after moving from the US state of Oregon to the tropical island of Saipan in the Pacific Ocean with the aim of impressing his toughest critics - his children.. (article Art in the pan)
Pancake Art by http://www.saipancakes.com/
From the website:
This beautiful cake was created for the hungry patrons at the Arisia Sci-Fi Convention in Boston, MA. The stormtrooper stands at 6 feet 4 inches tall, weighed at least 300 lbs, and fed nearly 600 hungry conventioneers!
The building of the Stormtrooper cake was an epic event in and of itself. It took our entire wonderful crew of ten people two full weeks of to put this guy together (although the cake wasn’t added until 2 days before it was to be served). Along the way we even had to invent completely new cake making methods so it could be put together modularly onsite, hold its fondant over long vertical stretches, and stand on two beautifully sculpted Rice Kripsy legs that supported his 300 lb body –all while keeping every bit of cake tasting light, fluffy, and delicious!
Storm Trooper Cake by http://blog.oakleafcakes.com/
Back in time almost all computer cases were rectangular shapes with just one or two colours to choose from. Leave behind any trace of word design in them. That time computer cases were made only to keep the components at place. But with the change in time and resources, concept of custom computer cases started stepping in late 1990s. This is also known as case modding.
Today we will show you some really awesome custom computer cases that will defy the image of ordinary computer cases that you have been seeing for so long. Designers, nerds, geeks o just the creative professionals, what ever you call them, but their creations seems to be out of this world. Enjoy the blow of creativity