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How to make a creepy red velvet brain cake for Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner and this would be an amazing edition to a party! This red velvet Brain Cake is an outstanding way to gross people out while still satisfying their taste buds.

This delicious cake is definitely going to be at my halloween party this year. I can't wait to see peoples faces when I bite into this brain!

"How to Cake It" YouTube sensation and baking guru Yolanda Gampp has over 18 years experience whipping up some mighty delicious sweet treats, but her Brain Cake is one of her most jaw dropping masterpieces.

Gampp does all sorts of beautiful baking that should be considered art. She is so passionate about it she uses her YouTube channel to show everyone!

Gampp writes on Bored Panda, "If I can make someone say, 'is that a CAKE!?' I know I've done my job."

The inspiration for this specific cake by The Walking Dead premiere.

She writes, "Why should humans have all the fun? Zombies deserve a premiere celebration too! I whipped them up a blood red velvet Brain Cake with ropes of brainy fondant and oozing with seedless raspberry jam."

That sounds so good! The best part about all of it is that you too can make this amazingly, terrifyingly, delicious cake following Gampps instructions provided below. Time for the zombie feast!

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This Artist Is Illustrating 50+ Mental Illnesses, Disorders, And Phobias For Inktober

Have you ever heard of Inktober?

Created in 2009, this event takes place for the entire month of October, challenging artists (and everyone) to complete one ink drawing each day.

As the website reads, Jake Parker started Inktober as a way to improve his drawing skills and develop positive drawing habits.

But the movement quickly grew into a global event as thousands of artists participated in Inktober every year thereafter.

Shawn Coss, who works as a background designer and merchandise artist for the popular comic strip Cyanide and Happiness, is one artist who participates in Inktober every year.

This year, he decided to go off-prompt a bit by illustrating phobias, mental illnesses, and disorders.

As you might guess, some of them are quite dark and disturbing, but if you've any personal experience with mental illness, some of these will feel all too true.

Take a look at what Coss has come up with so far in the month of October and let us know how you feel about his dark portrayals of phobias, mental illnesses, and disorders.

Are any of them accurate for you?

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