These are a variety of 3D packaging I designed (and photographed). I did not do any of the design on the packages, just the packages themselves.
"Awakening" pop-up pack with double sleeve pockets
"Blackfire" eight panel double cd and double pocket jacket with custom die cut
"Matson" custom double wall slipcase, book and tray packs
"NBPC" six panel jacket with yo-yo box
More coming. Lots more.
1.5 C All Purpose Flour
1 tsp Sugar
.5 tsp Baking Powder
.5 tsp Salt
2 C Milk
.5 tsp vanilla
2 T melted butter
Mix the dry stuff first, then mix the wet into it and beat it until smooth. Get the pan hot, melt some butter on there, pour a ladle's worth on and roll the pan around to spread out the batter. These are great with honey and sour cream (don't knock it until you try it), lemon juice and sugar, ice cream, or of coures fruit and whipped cream.
3 C flour
1/4 tsp yeast
1 1/2 C water
1 1/4 tsp salt
Mix em all up, should be pretty wet dough, halfway between batter and dough, not stiff enough to form a shape but almost. Cover it and let it sit for 12-15 hours. When it's ready it'll have little bubbles from the yeast in the top, but if you let it sit too long the yeast will run out of food and you will end up with flatter, sour bread. Put a generous amount of flour on the counter and try to turn it over a few times, cover it and let it sit for another hour. Heat the oven to 500 F and put a pot with a lid in the oven while it heats. When the dough is ready, plop it into the pan (don't worry what it looks like) and put it in the oven. Cook it for 20 min with the lid on, then take the lid off and cook until it's golden (or as dark as you like it).