Subject: Re: Bow and Arrow Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2012 06:38:27 -0500 From: Papa Balloon <papaballoon(at)gmail.com> Ooooooo: larry! I like it! On Jun 21, 2012 2:36 AM, "Larry Moss" wrote: > On Jun 20, 2012, at 9:51 PM, John Holmes > wrote: > > > It is much simpler than that. Two balloons. One for the bow & one for > the arrow. It's all in the presentation. Remember how impressed I was with > your one balloon stuff? Yours needed no presentation, but Larry,s > presentation is what "MAKES" this work. > > Hmmm. I think John is referring to something I actually picked up from Tom > Myers. I don't recall if it was his or if it goes back further. So basic > that dozens of people could have done it, but probably also so simple that > most people have ignored it. > > Hold the bow (a single, fully inflated 260) vertically in one hand with > your hand in the middle of the bow. If you have two fingers on one side of > the bow and your thumb on the other, you can make the bow bend by applying > a tiny bit of pressure with the thumb. The second hand is holding the end > of a second 260. Insert your index finger into the second balloon (the > arrow). Now place it on the bow and draw it back. As you draw the arrow, > apply pressure to the bow to make it bend. As John said, selling it is in > the presentation. If your timing is right, it looks like the bow is > bending from drawing the arrow. Release the arrow and let the bow spring > straight at the same time. > > The fine art of folding air. > 1115 E Main St, Suite 234, Box 72 > Rochester, NY 14609 > http://www.airigami.com > -- > To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send a message to > firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject. > > -- To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send a message to email@example.com with the word "unsubscribe" in the subject.