By Sarah Ward via SWNS
A bakery created "Pan Solo" - a 6ft replica of Star Wars hero frozen in carbonite from BREAD.
Sci-fi fanatic Hannalee Pervan, 37, spent 100 hours on the life size sculpture.
The head chef and co-owner of One House Bakery in Benicia, California, grew up watching Star Wars with her mom Catherine Pervan, who also worked on the sculpture.
Dad Peter helped with the Halloween project by going to the store to get supplies.
They spent a month making the model from flour, water, and sugar, creating each feature and then baking them one by one.
First they made his basic body shape - before they moved onto his face and hands.
The sculpture went on display outside the bakery on Sunday, October 9.
"My mom and I had been brain storming iconic images in the sci-fi universe," Hannalee said.
"We settled on Han Solo stuck in carbonite because it was one of our favorite moments in Star Wars.
"It was also a little scary for Halloween and we thought we could really make it look cool using the properties of the dead dough.
"We started planning about three months ago.
"We start with a rough idea and then me and my mom just jump in and start making and baking things and seeing if they work.
"Sometimes we get it in the first try and others we have to bake multiple times.
"We had many reference photos and we obsessed over the smallest details in them.
"We would work our normal 12-14hr shift and then work together on Pan Solo for another 3-4 hrs at night, sometimes more.
"In total it’s probably around 100 hours
"My mom instilled are true love of Sci-fi in me.
"It’s kind of our thing we share together."
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