Graham begins the process by blowing up balloons and clustering them, then painting on an initial layer of urethane. “Sometimes the balloons do pop because the plastic is hot. I try not to blow them up terribly big, because there’s this fear, ‘oh my god, is this going to explode hot plastic in my face?’”
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Graham begins the process by blowing up balloons and clustering them, then painting on an initial layer of urethane. “Sometimes the balloons do pop because the plastic is hot. I try not to blow them up terribly big, because there’s this fear, ‘oh my god, is this going to explode hot plastic in my face?’”