Tag: Chance Wolf

Robert McRay, Chance Wolf and Jimmy Vee Collaborate On An Amazing Ventriloquist Dummy Part #2

March 12, 2019

Robert McRay’s BigHEAD ventriloquist figures have been a favorite of mine for years. I love his cartoony style and attention to detail. He really knows how to make a character jump of the stand with his sculptures. Chance Wolf knows how to paint and mechanize a ventriloquist dummy in a way that makes it come […]

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Jimmy Vee Shows Off Chance Wolf’s Palm Puppets

September 5, 2016

Hey everybody it’s Jimmy Vee from TheDummyBlog.com coming at you here with something a little different. It’s the Palm Puppets by Chance Wolf. We debuted these at conVENTion 2016. It’s a ventriloquist dummy you can fit in the palm of your hand. We introduced the Mini-Marshall and the Mini-McElroy Palm Puppet. They have beautifully drawn […]

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Jimmy Vee Shows Off Chance Wolf’s Snortz

September 5, 2016

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Ventriloquist Dummy by Alan Semok Unboxed

July 23, 2018

This is a gorgeous ventriloquist figure made by “The Dummy Doctor” Alan Semok. Alan has been making figures for over 50 years. His projects have included work for: the late PAUL WINCHELL (American ventriloquism giant), ROY CLARK (country music great), KEVIN SPACEY and ADRIEN BRODY (academy award winners), the estate of the late KEN KESEY […]

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Figure Making Magic

June 9, 2017

It’s amazing what can happen when a skilled artist picks up a chisel or sits down with lump of clay in order to create a silent partner. In my pervious article, I discussed the different types of ventriloquist figures most commonly used today, mainly outlining the differences between soft (material and foam) puppets and traditional/hard […]

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Robert McRay, Chance Wolf and Jimmy Vee Collaborate On An Amazing Ventriloquist Dummy Part #1

March 12, 2019

Robert McRay’s BigHEAD ventriloquist figures have been a favorite of mine for years. I love his cartoony style and attention to detail. He really knows how to make a character jump of the stand with his sculptures. Chance Wolf knows how to paint and mechanize a ventriloquist dummy in a way that makes it come […]

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