This is the best way to separate a balloon in several parts.
Especially useful to make legs and arms to one-balloon
So get rid of your scissors!! Make 1 "knot" + 1 bubble
+ 1 "knot" and pop up the bubble. The
"knots" keep both parts inflated when the bubble pops.
The difficult point is to split the ear twist so as to make the
The tulip twist is created as you start one sculpture.
Tie the knot of the balloon and push the knot inside the
balloon. Then pinch the balloon taking great care of grabbing
the knot and twist. The knot will remain in the right part of
the balloon as long as you don't release the bubble.
Hook or "S" twists
These twists will help you realize curved bubbles.
Make a long tulip twist but take out your finger while bending
For the "S" twist, make a long long tulip and
change direction when taking out your finger.