Ken Spencer Ventriloquist Figure Restoration – Sanded


Here are some pictures showing all the wounds now filled and sanded. I also gave the first shot of an initial coat of flesh paint. I did this just to make sure all the filling was done and sanded smooth.




I am happy with the outcome so far.


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3 Responses to Ken Spencer Ventriloquist Figure Restoration – Sanded

  1. P. Grecian says:

    It looks like someone tried to paint the whites of the eyeballs, too. Am I reading that right? Perhaps they yellowed? How sad to see that someone intentionally abused this figure. It must’ve been pretty pricey even back in the day. Hard to understand anyone letting this happen.

  2. Dan says:

    Actually the eyeballs are the original paint and I am leaving them alone.

  3. P. Grecian says:

    Really? I get your wanting to leave them alone, though.

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