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Title: Art Twist (14)
Post by: Graham Lee on January 27, 2009, 05:46:14 PM
This is when you twist a small bubble on the oustide of a balloon, normally a round balloon to use as an anchor point for attaching another balloon too. You could also use a piece of scrap balloon to tie the bubble up so that it will not pop out & unfold.
If you were to use this technique on a modelling balloon it would be called a side wall bubble.
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: simonballon on May 14, 2010, 05:32:21 AM
hello graham.
here i wil add a comment
the drawing is nice BUT it looks hard to me to get the piech of scrap this way
the hand shout be at the low end of the balloon dont you agrea?
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: Petra on May 14, 2010, 08:28:52 AM
:lol:  :lol:  :lol:
I have seen this picture lots of times now,
didn't noticed what was wrong, I even had to look back to see what you ment Simon  :oops: .
But you are right, the balloon's are drown upside down  :D

Petra
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: Graham Lee on May 14, 2010, 08:32:56 AM
Sorry but you've lost me here, not sure what you mean?
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: Petra on May 14, 2010, 01:11:53 PM
:oops: Whoops, mistake.
It can just been done like on the picture. It's an art twist, not a raisin twist. When you use a raisin you must grab it from the bottum side, because the raisin is on the bottum. But you can make a bubble at the top side.
I think Simon was confused by the word scrap, he thought it was ment to be in the balloon, but your scap was for the outside to secure the bubble.
 :( Sorry for reading wrong the first time Graham.

Petra
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: simonballon on May 14, 2010, 04:00:21 PM
I read it wrong, differend technic.
I found out that I have  this fully automatic translate guy a nice thing to have :D
I never used this one and then ty it of with scrape, I have used the sidewall bubble (for a nose) but then I use eyes to sercure, or a mustas things like that.
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: RogerNay on October 03, 2013, 06:22:47 AM

TAMBIEN SI NO SE TIENE UN GLOBO CHATARRA SE PUEDE USAR UN FRIJOL O CUALQUIER GRANO ESTA ES LA FORMA DE HACER LOS GLOBOS LINK-O-LOON  SALUDOS DESDE MEXICO

ALSO IF YOU HAVE A SCRAP BALLOON CAN BE A BEAN BEAN OR THIS IS THE WAY TO DO BALLOONS LINK-O-LOON GREETINGS FROM MEXICO


Quote from: "Graham Lee"
This is when you twist a small bubble on the oustide of a balloon, normally a round balloon to use as an anchor point for attaching another balloon too. You could also use a piece of scrap balloon to tie the bubble up so that it will not pop out & unfold.
If you were to use this technique on a modelling balloon it would be called a side wall bubble.
Title: Re: Art Twist (14)
Post by: Graham Lee on October 03, 2013, 09:57:08 AM
Roger I think you might be getting muddled up the same as Simon and Petra, this is an art twist where you twist the actual balloon for a bubble.

A raisin twist is where you put a scrap of balloon or pea/bean into the balloon, although now you could put a pea/bean from the outside and push this along the inside of the balloon slightly and then use a scrap to hold the pea/bean in place. Would give a different shape to the balloon though. As time progresses techniques also move on as well.