So the first cake I made in the month of October was a TARDIS cake from the TV show Doctor Who. The TARDIS is a time machine and spacecraft that can transport its occupants to any point in time and any place in the universe. This cake was made for a big fan of Doctor Who for their birthday. I decided to make the cake extra special by placing a working LED light on top of the cake since the TARDIS in the show has a light on top that glows. The cake is German Chocolate with Chocolate Ganache. When I first started making the cake, I stacked all the square layers of cake on top of each other with the ganache in between each layer. I noticed the cake started leaning to the side, so I decided to stick a wooden dowel in the middle of the cake tower. This really didn't help with the leaning. I didn't want the cake to topple over when I was transporting it, so I decided to cut a wood base and glue a PVC pipe in the middle for stronger support. I then threaded the cake through the PVC pipe and the leaning went away. Once I had the cake in place, I squared up the edges of the cake, frosted the outside, and placed the fondant detail. To make the cake look more authentic, I used edible black paint to add shading and dimension. I finished off the cake by placing a battery operated LED light on top.