Sunday, April 25, 2010

Braylu on Facebook

For those of you that are on Facebook, you can stay linked with Braylu Creations. Click here to see our facebook page. We will post new items, discontinued items, specials and helpful dummy making tips.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Another First Time Builder

James Tucker sent in a photo of his first attempt at building a dummy. He used our 30" conversion kit in the construction. Here is what he has to say about his experience.

"I just wanted to drop you a line to tell you that several months ago I ordered a conversion kit for a 30" vent figure and installed it in a Charlie McCarthy doll. I had to upgrade his eyes with things that I could afford right now. His eyes are made of fishing bobbers and his irises are printed and glued on. His eyes move side to side to side with full movement. What I wanted to concentratrate on for you is that I used your kit to make Charlie what he is today. I am 51 years old and started ventriloquism less than a year ago. and Charlie is my first hard figure. I hope to upgrade his body and post again to the 2t size. Thanks for making these parts available."

We are looking forward to more projects from James.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Large Cast Head for pro size dummy

Now on Ebay, we are offering a pro size head for dummy makers. This head is a hollow cast head so you can add all the mechanics you choose. Lightweight and paintable. Add the wig of your choice.

The mouth needs to be cut out of the head. This is not a kit so sanding, filing, patching and standard dummy making tasks will need to made. No instructions are included but you can see a list of resources on our web site.

The head measure 10" tall. 8" across for ear to ear and 6" across from cheek to cheek. The profile measures 8"

Click here for the Ebay link.

At this time, this item will not be sold on our web site as we are limiting sales.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Jigger and Rocker now available

Two new controls are now available for sale on our web site.

The "Jigger", is a control knob that is used to control side to side movements of eyes with a rod. Click here to see how Kenny Croes has used it on his latest controls.

The "Rocker" is also used for side to side eye movements. This is used for those who use string instead of brass rod. The string is attached to each side of the rocker.

As a promotion, We will give a free rocker to the first 3 people who email us at and are willing to send us a photo of the Rocker on their control stick.

Both are sold in packs of 10 for $7.50 and can be found on our site at