Finishing the Dennis Hall Ventriloquist Figure

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We showed you, a while back, a wonderful figure carved by Dennis Hall from a blank wood block made by Ken Spencer (click here to see that blog).

I have now started to do the finish work on this great figure and have attached some pictures for you to see the progress. I am doing him in a Frank Marshall style using paint I had mixed right from an original Frank Marshall painted figure from the mid 1950’s to get that signature Frank Marshall paint.

This one is going to be superb.

 

Dan
www.ventriloquistcentral.com

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4 Responses to Finishing the Dennis Hall Ventriloquist Figure

  1. bob isaacson says:

    No question, Dennis Hall is a master wood carver. For being fairly new to carving Vent figures, he’s proved he truly can carve in the manner of Ken Spencer & Frank Marshall. The figure you’ve shown is another wonderful example of Dennis’ work. And Dan, you’ve come a long way in your painting technique. You are now able to paint the figures in the Marshall style that you love. Congratulations to you & certainly Dennis Hall.

  2. Phil McConkey says:

    He’s loooooking gooooood Dan!

  3. James Tarkor says:

    Very nice dummy, I am also making some wooden ventriloquist puppets for my show.

  4. john pizzi says:

    Wow– I cant even paint my house!

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