|I´m sorry that for the lighting of these pics, I didn´t have sun light while taking these pictures. :(|
|( The colours of different chocolate bars are slightly different due to lighting, I´m sorry! Please don´t let it bother you.) You can click the pic to make it bigger! :)|
Step 1. White chocolate isn´t actually pure white, it´s little yellowish. So if you don´t have the right colour of fimo-clay, you have to do it yourself! Take a lump of white fimo-clay ( the size doesn´t matter, it depends on what size you want your chocolate bar to be. The one I made is about 1,5 cm x 2 cm.) and a smaller slice of yellow fimo-clay. Mix them thorough together to get the colour right. ( of course you can make milk- or dark chocolate also, I just made white chocolate!)
Step 2. Shape the piece of clay to form approximately a thick square plate.
Step 3. Share the square to form the pieces of chocolate. Use small knife and remember to make the edges oblique ( look at the picture). It makes the chocolate look more realistic than if you just "draw" couple of lines with a knife.
Step 4. Flatten the edges of chocolate bar. Press the edges with the flat of the knife, and remember to bevel the edges again (look at the picture)!
Step 5. Cut off the extra clay from the edges to make the shape fitted.
Step 6. If you want to, you can add some text on the chunks of your chocolate bar to make it more detailed. I wrote `MILK` with a pin.
Note: If you want to do earrings ( for example) you have to remember that fimo-clay hardens in oven, so you have to do all holes and stuff like that before baking! And if you´re going to use this chocolate as nail accessory, you have to make sure it´s right shaped and thin enough, otherwise it´s going to be really annoying to have a huge chunk of chocolate on your nail to stick on your hair and clothes...
And we´re ready! Now you have to "bake" your chocolate to make it harden. Put it in oven for 30 minutes and 110 degrees (celcius).
That´s it. I hope this was a useful tutorial, please tell me your opinion and let me know if I can do anything better for my next fimo-tutorial, which btw is going to be Cookies! And if you have questions about chocolate bar, tell me! ^_^