Twisting Balloon Sculptures-Course 1

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Course Description

This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience.

You will learn over 17 balloon sculptures plus jokes, one-liners and skits. Plus, three (3) video lectures deal with creative and fun ways to get a crowd, maintain crowd discipline/control and how to finish up a gig as effectively and delightfully as possible.

This course is also designed for creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way.


Who this course is for:

  • This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience.
  • Beginning or intermediate balloon artists who want to learn some new sculptures and fresh/fun ways to interact with people as you twist balloons.
  • Creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way.

Course content

1 section • 14 lectures • 2h 15m total length
  • Two Kinds of Swans, a Mosquito, Tips and Ideas
    14:06
  • Bicycle, Motorcycle and Tips and Ideas
    05:52
  • Teddy Bear with Heart, Jokes and Tips
    10:28
  • Harley Chopper, One-liners and Tips
    10:52
  • The Guitar, The Light Saber, the Giggle Gun and the Laser Gun and Routine
    17:33
  • The Whirly Gig, the Whirly Hat, the Bow and Arrow and the Rock
    14:11
  • Inflating a Balloon by Mouth
    03:42
  • Attracting a Crowd and Setting Up Your Space
    04:52
  • Fun with Crowd Control
    12:35
  • Crowd Control and Effectively Finishing an Event
    08:31
  • Creating the World's Tallest and Kraziest Hat
    16:08

Instructor

Musician, Professor, Entertainer and Creative Type
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 36 Reviews
  • 365 Students
  • 3 Courses

Dan has been in creative work all his life. As a musician, he has produced or co-produced full-scale and demo music projects for a variety of musicians over the last 30 years. His experience as a composer and arranger is extensive. He has written for concert band, wind ensemble, choir, jazz band, brass choir, studio charts and other small and large scale music productions.

In 1993, he launched out into full-time performing utilizing music, drama, balloon artistry, comedy and other creative ways to entertain and to teach.

In addition to music and family entertainment, Dan has served as an adjunct professor of Music Theory and Composition at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX since 2003.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Upon completion of this course, each student will know how to create over 16 quick balloon sculptures with pizzazz, comedy and funny bits. Each student will know how to set up an area/stage, attract a crowd, maintain control of a crowd or group with humor and how to finish a gig effectively. Requirements You should know how to make simple balloon sculptures/balloon animals like the dog. You need quality sculpting balloons, size 260, from either Qualatex or Betallatex and a balloon pump Description This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience. You will learn over 17 balloon sculptures plus jokes, one-liners and skits. Plus, three (3) video lectures deal with creative and fun ways to get a crowd, maintain crowd discipline/control and how to finish up a gig as effectively and delightfully as possible. This course is also designed for creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way. Who this course is for: This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience. Beginning or intermediate balloon artists who want to learn some new sculptures and fresh/fun ways to interact with people as you twist balloons. Creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 14 lectures • 2h 15m total length Introduction 14 lectures • 2hr 16min Twisting Balloon Sculptures, Course 1-Introduction Preview 02:08 Fancy Poodle with One-liners Preview 09:54 Two Kinds of Swans, a Mosquito, Tips and Ideas 14:06 Small Talk with Balloons and Stuff In Between Preview 04:40 Bicycle, Motorcycle and Tips and Ideas 05:52 Teddy Bear with Heart, Jokes and Tips 10:28 Harley Chopper, One-liners and Tips 10:52 The Guitar, The Light Saber, the Giggle Gun and the Laser Gun and Routine 17:33 The Whirly Gig, the Whirly Hat, the Bow and Arrow and the Rock 14:11 Inflating a Balloon by Mouth 03:42 Attracting a Crowd and Setting Up Your Space 04:52 Fun with Crowd Control 12:35 Crowd Control and Effectively Finishing an Event 08:31 Creating the World's Tallest and Kraziest Hat 16:08 Instructor Dan Cutchen Musician, Professor, Entertainer and Creative Type 4.0 Instructor Rating 36 Reviews 365 Students 3 Courses Dan has been in creative work all his life. As a musician, he has produced or co-produced full-scale and demo music projects for a variety of musicians over the last 30 years. His experience as a composer and arranger is extensive. He has written for concert band, wind ensemble, choir, jazz band, brass choir, studio charts and other small and large scale music productions. In 1993, he launched out into full-time performing utilizing music, drama, balloon artistry, comedy and other creative ways to entertain and to teach. In addition to music and family entertainment, Dan has served as an adjunct professor of Music Theory and Composition at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX since 2003. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'67847e3ff9f506f5',m:'4c2bd432022e4ad5d6db4e30cf5f98fda7c0210d-1627877812-1800-AWhn+G7/Im2mvJ1F9WH/Akcrw6AaIgkkGJaNJPe0ZAN+ATctNYrZ3ePMK0ohspOPcZUWjQNHl0bxFWMFTYq90bW12AEdBlz3rreon9Bvnh8l4x928LNtB6RW/oBTw0FWxU5tBFhBqSUNGU5ZFVCZLzeZvrzGtoW8h8g9JXWd/jiZ',s:[0xebf766d371,0x119fc3a2c2],}})();
  2. Each student will know how to set up an area/stage, attract a crowd, maintain control of a crowd or group with humor and how to finish a gig effectively. Requirements You should know how to make simple balloon sculptures/balloon animals like the dog. You need quality sculpting balloons, size 260, from either Qualatex or Betallatex and a balloon pump Description This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience. You will learn over 17 balloon sculptures plus jokes, one-liners and skits. Plus, three (3) video lectures deal with creative and fun ways to get a crowd, maintain crowd discipline/control and how to finish up a gig as effectively and delightfully as possible. This course is also designed for creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way. Who this course is for: This course is designed for people who have some experience in balloon sculpturing but desire to enlarge their knowledge and experience. Beginning or intermediate balloon artists who want to learn some new sculptures and fresh/fun ways to interact with people as you twist balloons. Creative types who would like to earn a living or extra cash twisting balloons in an entertaining way. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 14 lectures • 2h 15m total length Introduction 14 lectures • 2hr 16min Twisting Balloon Sculptures, Course 1-Introduction Preview 02:08 Fancy Poodle with One-liners Preview 09:54 Two Kinds of Swans, a Mosquito, Tips and Ideas 14:06 Small Talk with Balloons and Stuff In Between Preview 04:40 Bicycle, Motorcycle and Tips and Ideas 05:52 Teddy Bear with Heart, Jokes and Tips 10:28 Harley Chopper, One-liners and Tips 10:52 The Guitar, The Light Saber, the Giggle Gun and the Laser Gun and Routine 17:33 The Whirly Gig, the Whirly Hat, the Bow and Arrow and the Rock 14:11 Inflating a Balloon by Mouth 03:42 Attracting a Crowd and Setting Up Your Space 04:52 Fun with Crowd Control 12:35 Crowd Control and Effectively Finishing an Event 08:31 Creating the World's Tallest and Kraziest Hat 16:08 Instructor Dan Cutchen Musician, Professor, Entertainer and Creative Type 4.0 Instructor Rating 36 Reviews 365 Students 3 Courses Dan has been in creative work all his life. As a musician, he has produced or co-produced full-scale and demo music projects for a variety of musicians over the last 30 years. His experience as a composer and arranger is extensive. He has written for concert band, wind ensemble, choir, jazz band, brass choir, studio charts and other small and large scale music productions. In 1993, he launched out into full-time performing utilizing music, drama, balloon artistry, comedy and other creative ways to entertain and to teach. In addition to music and family entertainment, Dan has served as an adjunct professor of Music Theory and Composition at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX since 2003. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'67847e3ff9f506f5',m:'4c2bd432022e4ad5d6db4e30cf5f98fda7c0210d-1627877812-1800-AWhn+G7/Im2mvJ1F9WH/Akcrw6AaIgkkGJaNJPe0ZAN+ATctNYrZ3ePMK0ohspOPcZUWjQNHl0bxFWMFTYq90bW12AEdBlz3rreon9Bvnh8l4x928LNtB6RW/oBTw0FWxU5tBFhBqSUNGU5ZFVCZLzeZvrzGtoW8h8g9JXWd/jiZ',s:[0xebf766d371,0x119fc3a2c2],}})();