As you all know Timothy Cowles has been producing ventriloquist figures for a long time and recently went into the carving of wood figures and has come up with a few very fine characters including a very special fellow for the Ventriloquist Central Collection. I of course will share that with you when he arrives here.
Recently Tim decided he wanted to carve a figure in the Frank Marshall Nosey style and it is finally completed. What a great design Tim has come up with based on Frank’s original design.
You can clearly see this when you look at the pictures of Tim’s character and the Marshall Nosey side by side. I take my hat off to Tim and give him true accolades. His carving talent is right up there with the best of them and his mechanics are also top notch.
If you have always drooled over the Frank Marshall Nosey well now you can add this type of character to your performance repertoire by contacting Tim and having him carve one for you today.
Don’t wait too long because I know Tim is going to get booked solid from this and also make sure you tell him I sent you. You will not be sorry.
Click here for more about Tim Cowles “Nosey” Style Wood Carved Figure
Have you seen the Frank Marshall Tribute DVD, click here
Ventriloquist Central is the brainchild of Dan Willinger and Steve Hurst. Dan is a ventriloquism enthusiast and ventriloquist figure collector. He has been collecting for over 25 years. He created the Ventriloquist Central Collection. It now has over 100 ventriloquist figures and over 50 of them are Frank Marshall figures. Steve is a ventriloquist as well as builder of ventriloquist figures. He also has a background in sales, marketing, building websites and computers. Because they both love the art of ventriloquism, the website Ventriloquist Central was born. For more information about the website, go to: http://www.ventriloquistcentral.com
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Frank Marshall would be proud, with only one criticism, no teak wood.