TEACH-IN DVD: COLLECTORS ITEM
First produced and launched in 1990 in the UK, then re-filmed on the Sky Princess and re launched in 1991 world-wide, this Balloon video teaches you everything you ever need to know about balloon modelling. In fact after viewing and learning most of the items on this tape, you could make a good living just doing balloon sculpturing. This is the original tape converted onto DVD. Yes it was filmed long ago, and the quality is okay - but the content remains as fresh today as it was then.
Apart from your basic figures you will learn how to make a clown, rabbit, monkey, sword, a bow & arrow which really shoots, elephant, swan, various hats, a whole fruit basket, and much, much more. Over 26 various animals are fully explained in this comprehensive 90 minute teach-in.
"For a name and a face new to this country comes obvious experience, a young man who has worked all kinds of environments as a professional entertainer.This tape details more than twenty attractive balloon models, mostly using one balloon, a few with more than one. The basics of modelling are not actually taught although only a modicum knowledge is necessary to be able to construct many of the delightful figures and formations shown. These include standard and not so standard dogs, and elephant, clown, monkey, parrot, rabbit, horse, bee, etc. For a spectacular closer a basket of fruit containing apples, pears, cherries, oranges and more will pull the applause. The tape quality is good, Wolfgang Riebe's command of English excellent and his speed in introducing models quite rapid. There are not many balloon tapes available and from this one you should get plenty of ideas." Donald Bevan, Editor Abra Magazine, June 30, 1990 "The elephant is absolutely fabulous and worth the price of the tape. In fact, the bow & arrow is so simple, yet such a hit at all my shows that I am lost for words to describe this clever idea. The range of sculptures demonstrated is superb, and the extra little bits and pieces which Wolfgang so cleverly slips in every now and then are worth their weight in gold." Patrick Van Almelo, RSA