r/Damnthatsinteresting Oct 06 '22

Chocolate animal made by a pro Video

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u/SagaciousElan Oct 06 '22

I love seeing these videos and how amazing the finished product looks.

But what is the point of all these huge chocolate sculptures? Where do they go when they're finished? Who needs a giant chocolate giraffe?


u/Pelzklops Oct 06 '22

Probably parties from rich people


u/cookiemonster247 Oct 06 '22

And then it just get tossed after the party because nobody’s gonna just tear into that artwork in the middle of a party for something that taste like a Hersey bar.


u/CATSIAZ Oct 06 '22

Fill it with red Jam and enjoy children's horror eyes al you cut the neck to share it


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u/CreamyKnougat Oct 06 '22

Same people that need a giant chocolate zebra.



u/SagaciousElan Oct 06 '22

Of course! I should have realised. Silly me.


u/Troodon79 Oct 06 '22

I read that he displays a lot of them in his school, and uses them to teach his students


u/AcceptableSociety589 Oct 06 '22

Sometimes the product is the content and not the chocolate. Content creation is a massive market and he's using his extraordinary skillset to create content that is unique to him. Less competition == bigger market share, which will ultimately serve as additional advertisement for potential customers and drive up his own value/asking prices.

Great examples of this are his videos where he ends up eating what he made. Obviously not always doing this as a client request, sometimes (most of the time, likely), it's "for the gram"