The di fatta book is very good nice color pictures a lot of simple sculpters and teaches different types of twists.
Qualatex probably has some kind of link to simple balloons.
U tube probably does I know I found some nice hand shadow puppets on it.
This is going to sound funny but I until just recently have used the computer only for business. No clue how to paste etc.
As far as dvd's go the ones by royal are good and stretch
but their are a lot that I dont know of.
I have very few dvd's myself and don't stock them because as I have said before I think you get much more out of a book.
My library is a prized posetion to me. One magician said "If you really want to keep a secret put it in a book"
I have found this to be so true. I believe it was Al Cohen who said it.
For some reason I have trouble getting on this site sometimes so If you don't hear back the next day that would be why.
I guess you found what you were looking for on u tube.
I punched balloon animals in the search and there are
more than enough to start.
If you are still confused on some of the twists the difatta
book would be a good buy.
Have your son contact me,talk to you later Phil.
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