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We've already discussed chocolate sculpture as a rising art form, but what if you're not content to stare at the work of others? What if you want to try your hand at your very own chocolate sculpture? Relax! You don't have to be a professional artist to give it a try. There are varying degrees of sculpting, and there's sure to be one that suits you.
Believe it or not, chocolate sculpture is actually quite a common and respected art form. When you think about it, it makes sense: chocolate is a flexible, highly moldable material. Those Easter bunnies we get every year are actually instances of chocolate sculpture themselves (albeit not very artistic -- most of them come from molds).
Certain artists, though, make beautiful and unique sculptures from chocolate -- and while they work, they get to munch on their chosen media. Try doing that with clay!
One of the more charming things about J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, beside its slam-bang action and realistic portrayal of young people, is its believability. It's a complete world: everything fits, down to the smallest of details. In fact, one of the details that sticks in most people's minds is one of the first magical things Harry encounters: the chocolate frog.
The whole concept is original and exciting, even if, in practice, magical chocolate frogs have a disappointing tendency to escape before you can eat them.
Chocolate candy molds are a 'must-have' if you are planning to make your own chocolate treats at home.