Medieval legends from France talk about the origin of the Gargoyles. The elders say that a dragon fell in love with a Young womang being sacrifyed to calm his rage against the ville of Rouan. From that ugly situation a new race appeared, half human and half dragon the Gargoyle used to follow his father path destroying every near village. So many warriors tried to defeath it but that was quite difficult. After the great priest of Rouan achieved his death he tried to burn his body but it was imposible because of his draconian origins. So the wise priest included the dead monster body as a part of his chuch facade as a symbol of protection. And that’s why in all gothic churches there are gargoyles.
I wanted to use this myth because I like the idea of mixing races. The best myths among gods and spirits are that mixed beings. I made this Gargoyle completely with modelling chocolate. I hope you like it!
“Sugar Myths and Legends” is a community of international sugar artists creating beautiful sugar art based on ancient myths and legends. Take a look at all the amazing works at:
Supplies: modelling chocolate
Daniel Diéguez Cake Artist