does anyone know how to make the Cruller Flower from John Christiansen. I've got a Shriner's competition coming up in September and would love to learn how to do this one
Know of any place to learn lots of balloon animals quickly? Preferably lots but I'd accept just enough for now.
I'm debating on hosting a contest soon and wanted to ask the community what you would want as the prize/give-away for the winner. I'm thinking a pump, dvds, balloon magic subscription, or possibly even a registration fee to twist and shout. No matter what it is, please let me know so that I can begin negotiations for attempting to get a prize for us... Also, what should be the contest? Any suggestions?
There are literally thousands and thousands of things that can be made out of balloons, and maybe even more! What is your most favorite balloon animal that you've ever had made, made yourself, or wanted to see made?
I have a book entitled Situation Comedy for Magicians by Clettis V. Musson and I LOVE the concept of the book. It talks about different things you can do durring an act or show that will help add humor to an act or performance. One example from the book:
I have a few different books and DVDs that cover comedy magic with balloons, but I'm always looking for new and inovative ideas. What would you think of to be a good routine with a balloon that is also magical and funny enough for children?
Making balloons and entertaining can get really boring, really fast unless there are jokes, lines, and patter to go along with the twisting. What are some of your favorite jokes or lines to tell while making balloon animals?
What are your favorite YouTube channels for learning how to twist balloon animals? Please feel free to list favorite videos, favorite channels, and even reasons why you like those particular channels and artists.