Tutorial : Cheese cake

Hey guys !

Today, I will be making cheesecake. This is SUPER simple, and for this one, you’ll see once again how effective pastel is ^^

Here we go !



  • Baby yellow clay ( or mix white with yellow)
  • A brown ( studio sculpey : Nutmeg)
  • Orange
  • Toothbrush
  • A rectangle cutter (this is about 1 cm by 0.5 cm)
  • Pastel (orange and brown)

Layers of cheesecake

  • Mix the orange and baby yellow together
  • Roll out kind of thick
  • Roll out brown thin ( not too thin, make sure it’s visible)


  • Layer it on top of each other
  • Use the rectangular cutter ! ( if you don’t have one , a razor blade would work. Just make sure the shapes are all the same)


  • Using your toothbrush, texture the sides LIGHTLY. Try to only get the texture on the yellow part.


  • Shade with pastel.
  • I used a mix of orange and brown. Don’t make it too brown, the surface of cheesecake is usually an orangey colour ^^

Bake and glaze ^^

And there we go ^^

Super easy right ? You can also see the pastel really added the detail onto it , wahaha ! Of course you can use a circle cutter to make it look more like traditional cheescake,,
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this one, if you do have any questions, don’t hesitate to leave a comment !

Thanks for reading



2 thoughts on “Tutorial : Cheese cake

  1. Calion says:

    yay a new tute :)

    these would probably look awesome on a plate with TLS berry coulis poured over ;drools;
    or maybe a chocolate plaque 8)

    thanks again :D

    • Haha yup, it’d look nice if it was a triangle slice with fruit on the sides :Q____

      And thank you ^^ Glad you liked the tutorial, I think I’ll be posting new things every 4-5 days ^^

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