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Cliff
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I want to find some web sites to help me develop my range of balloon models. Apart from Balloon H.Q. do any of you know of any? Smile



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John Zander
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Cliff
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Thanks John. Smile
All the best

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John Zander
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You are quite welcome Cliff. Smile

Also I would recommend the video series
"Balloon Sculpture Made Easy" by Tricky the Clown. Honestly, it is a bit hard to watch, the clown freaks me out a bit... something about a beard, mustache and fake eyelashes Smile but he really does a good job of teaching balloon sculpting. You can get them from http://www.magicsmith.com
for $10.00 each!


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Bernard Sim
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Hey John, what’s the best balloon book/video you’ll recommend? Don Cadwel’s video "Lungs of Steel" is good.
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dorbolo
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Cliff,

For 20 good basic sets of instructions of varied models, see:

Click here

In books, I think that Marvin Hardy’s books are top rate. His Balloon Magic 260Q series (published by Qualatex) is excellent, though spendy. Hardy’s books use photos to explain the twists and steps. CAPTAIN VISUALS BIG BOOK OF BALLOON ART uses line drawings, which sometimes take more imagination power than photos, but the book covers a lot.

All are available at T. Myers, which is also a great outlet for the latex.

http://www.tmyers.com


Happy twisting,
Jon
RayBanks
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There is a lot of information of all kinds on balloons here:



http://www.balloonhq.com/faq/



Also Ralph Dewey--one of the great balloon twisters has a page with books, balloons and other information.



http://home.flash.net/~balloonz/



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As an Airigamist myself, I would like to point, people not only to Balloon hq but to:

http://www.tmyers.com/

You will find more books and videos then you can shake a stick at. Everyone has their own idea which book or video to get. For my views on the subject you can read it here:

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There have been new videos put out since, I wrote that, but for the most part it is still true.

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