Len Insull Faces on Ventriloquist Figures

insull-triplets

(Photo Courtesy of John at the Insull Ventriloquist Doll Gallery Facebook page)

Everyone know what an Insull figure looks like because he created one of the ultimate Cheeky Boy faces.

The great thing about Insull faces though is that with the slightest difference in paint you get a completely different look for the same face. I have marveled at this fact for a long time.

Just check out the picture (above) and you can see exactly what I am talking about.

Dan

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2 Responses to Len Insull Faces on Ventriloquist Figures

  1. Lee Dean says:

    Beautiful trio, and paint/hair color sure makes difference. I was walking down by my pond this morning, which I had cleaned up last summer of willow bush. The root system of willow bush once dried looks just like crepe hair, and I thought about that as I walked along, spotted some, picked it up, smelled it, pulled it apart, very similar. It had no bad odor, and pulled apart about like crepe.

  2. Leigh Basthemer says:

    Just Fantastic Dan, really enjoyed seeing this trio.

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