BALLOON TWISTING BOOK
This may be a nice self-contained kit for learning to make balloon "things." What is shocking, is that there are no balloon animals! That's what most kids want. Turn any time into party time with balloon creations that are more fun, and easier to make, than you'll find in any other book! Simple twist-and-turn techniques. Elizabeth Grace Chauffe, Emily Faith Chauffe · Buy from $ · The Ultimate Balloon Book: 46 Projects to Blow Up, Bend & Twist · The Ultimate Balloon Book: .
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Below are a number of balloon artist related books that I have Twisting History: Lessons in Balloon Sculpting, by Larry Moss David Kalvitis. Learn how to make balloon animals for beginners. See the types of balloons and pump to use, twists, and simple step-by-step tutorials for. This book teaches how to draw cartoon faces on balloons; Learn eyes, eyebrows, ears, whiskers, noses, mouths, freckles, lips, shadows, scales/feathers, belly.
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The basic balloon twist is the foundation for everything that you make through the art of balloon animals. You hold the balloon in your non-dominant hand at one end. Then you grasp it farther along its length with your dominant hand and twist it. At this point, you must keep hold of the balloon to maintain the twist as it will otherwise untwist itself.
After the basic twist, the second fundamental skill in balloon twisting is the lock twist. The lock twist holds the balloon's segments in place securely and it is the basis for the head, ears, legs, and body of balloon animal sculptures. To make a lock twist, you make two basic twists along the length of the balloon so you have four balloon segments.
Since you have to keep a grasp on the two twists, it's best to make them fairly close together. Then bend one end of the balloon against the other end of the balloon so it is bent between your second and third balloon segments. Grab the two middle segments and twist them together three times at least isolating them from the rest of the balloon. The fold twist also called a loop twist is a fundamental twist often used to make "ears" on animals and is the foundational twist in basic sword balloon animals.
It is a lot like the lock twist, but your initial two twists are farther apart. You fold the longer middle segment in half so the two twists are aligned.
The Kids' Guide to Balloon Twisting
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Sword: Twofold twists form the cross piece, with one short and one long bubble forming the handle and blade.