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we all know there's the art of making chocolate, be it the perfect mixture the right consistency, texture, what have you. BUT in this day and age there's also chocolate AS art! more and more bakers and chocolatiers are finding new and more impressive ways to mold and shape chocolate. sometimes to the point of it barely being recognizable as chocolate. competitions have even popped up for the art. 

 

so here we're enjoying that bounty! hunt and find impressive chocolate sculptures and share them here for all to enjoy. and maybe eat. it is chocolate after all.

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Dress by chocolate. Rococoa shop in Cape Town South Africa :

 

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The absolute works of art that people are coming up with!

 

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7 hours ago, Elgee said:

The Dragon Reborn! As chocolate:

 

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i'll see your dragon

 

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and raise you a pursuit!

 

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Oooohh nice!

 

Now for something completely different:

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I love the Super Heroes!

 

I think if the Seafolk did chocolate sculptures to match their famous porcelain, this is what it would look like:

 

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And I don't know why, but this makes me think of the Ogier:

 

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😲😲😲😲😲

 

The Way of the Chocolate Leaf! Just right for Tinkers!

 

 

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On 2/12/2019 at 5:15 PM, Elgee said:

Oooohh nice!

 

Now for something completely different:

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My boyfriend tried to make this for me but it's way harder than it looks haha. But I ended up with lots of chocolate and M&Ms so I was very pleased. 

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20 hours ago, blank said:

My boyfriend tried to make this for me but it's way harder than it looks haha. But I ended up with lots of chocolate and M&Ms so I was very pleased. 

 

I'd live with that *grins*

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This isn't quite as impressive but it certainly fits with the WoT theme 

 

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17 hours ago, blank said:

This isn't quite as impressive but it certainly fits with the WoT theme 

 

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O_O That looks both appropriate and delicious!

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