Jerome Santucci (Mr. Boma's Balloons) is creating Balloon Animal Tutorials
13

patrons

$29
per Each Tutorial
People always ask me when I will start selling my balloon designs. But I don't really want to sell them. I learned to twist balloons from the generous balloon artists on YouTube. Now I pay it forward by posting YouTube tutorials for my own designs. 

And here is where Patreon comes in. Patreon lets me keep making free videos, but also allows anyone who wants to show their gratitude monetarily to do so. By becoming my patron, you pledge to give me a small amount each time I release a new tutorial. Pledging to support my videos lets me know you appreciate my work, have found my designs or techniques useful or helpful, and that you want me to make more tutorials. Your support will help me buy a new computer for editing my videos, better lighting, and a backdrop to make my videos even better.

You can pledge a little, or a lot. It's rare that I release more than one or two tutorials a month, but you can also set a monthly cap just in case I go crazy and post too many tutorials in a month; I don't want you to give more than you can afford or think my content is worth. That's why I don't charge by the month - because I don't always put out a tutorial every month, and you shouldn't have to pay me if I didn't release anything new. Thank you for considering becoming my patron.

About me: In 2015, I was honored with the Balloon Excellence Rising Star Award from one of the fathers of modern balloon twisting, Ralph Dewey. He said he was giving me the award primarily for my YouTube videos, which are helping spread the art form and teaching a new generation of twisters.
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per Each Tutorial
12 patrons
Patrons will be given early access to my tutorial videos, up to 2 weeks in advance of the general public.
Goals
$29 of $100 per Each Tutorial
Well, I bought an HD camera for my videos, but now I need a new computer with enough processing power to edit HD video! I also need lighting and a lapel or headset microphone to use with the new camera. So at $100, I will buy the mic and lighting.
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People always ask me when I will start selling my balloon designs. But I don't really want to sell them. I learned to twist balloons from the generous balloon artists on YouTube. Now I pay it forward by posting YouTube tutorials for my own designs. 

And here is where Patreon comes in. Patreon lets me keep making free videos, but also allows anyone who wants to show their gratitude monetarily to do so. By becoming my patron, you pledge to give me a small amount each time I release a new tutorial. Pledging to support my videos lets me know you appreciate my work, have found my designs or techniques useful or helpful, and that you want me to make more tutorials. Your support will help me buy a new computer for editing my videos, better lighting, and a backdrop to make my videos even better.

You can pledge a little, or a lot. It's rare that I release more than one or two tutorials a month, but you can also set a monthly cap just in case I go crazy and post too many tutorials in a month; I don't want you to give more than you can afford or think my content is worth. That's why I don't charge by the month - because I don't always put out a tutorial every month, and you shouldn't have to pay me if I didn't release anything new. Thank you for considering becoming my patron.

About me: In 2015, I was honored with the Balloon Excellence Rising Star Award from one of the fathers of modern balloon twisting, Ralph Dewey. He said he was giving me the award primarily for my YouTube videos, which are helping spread the art form and teaching a new generation of twisters.

Recent posts by Jerome Santucci (Mr. Boma's Balloons)

Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per Each Tutorial
12 patrons
Patrons will be given early access to my tutorial videos, up to 2 weeks in advance of the general public.