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Iridescent Angel Phoenix Room Guardian FOR AUCTION by AnyaBoz Iridescent Angel Phoenix Room Guardian FOR AUCTION by AnyaBoz

The auction ends next Monday, April 17th 

This is seriously my proudest room guardian so far. I finally found a method for feathered wings that I like, and those feathers on the neck were all sewn on layer by later. It took a long time, but I absolutely love the effect!:love:


In celebration of Spring, the season of rebirth, I present to you the Iridescent Angel Phoenix. A truly magnificent creature known to appear in the wake of a tragedy, often directly before a message of good news. It is known as a miracle bringer and can appear in many forms, from a human, to a dove, to a rainbow. This Phoenix is truly a beacon of light that illuminates just when a situation becomes too dark to find hope.

This phoenix has a clear quartz crystal heart. Its back stands about 6 inches tall with a wingspan of about 20" and a total length around 25". It has coat of high quality faux fur that is very soft. The neck features layer by layer of individually sewn fake flower petals, hand cut shimmer feathers, and real peacock feathers. The wings and tail are made from glittery craft foam, fake flower petals, and real feathers. 

This phoenix is completely poseable! It features ball jointed ears that can be rotated into different positions. Its neck and spine have a plastic ball and socket armature that will not wear over time. The hands are made from a flexible rubber with a wire core so even it's fingers bend. The legs, wings, and tail have a wire armature that is very flexible and the paws are jointed so they can move back and forth. 

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Commissions and quotes: #2-5
Average Price: #6
Size and posability: #7 & #14
Materials and technique: #8-18
Trades: #19
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 1. How did you come up with the room guardian concept?
 The idea caught fire when a friend and I were walking through an antique store. On one of the bookshelves sat two stuffed foxes wearing riding clothes. I contemplated buying them because one could convince themselves that their expressionless stares were actually seeing and watching over the room. It was as if they were alive though they wer
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GlowtheFae Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am in love!
AmandaJeansDrawings Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Very cool.
Cyansky95 Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2017  Hobbyist
The feather work looks like it paid off, very beautiful!
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! It's so pretty in the wind! Those peacock feathers just
catch every little air movement:D
Zylia Featured By Owner Edited Apr 12, 2017
Those wings, that tail, the feet, feathers, and color choice. This is amazing!
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! It was one of those pieces that comes out exactly like you imagined 
it! I'm so happy with how it came out. 
LiHy Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017  Professional
So, technical questions: how did you make the joints of the hind paws? They look like they flex back and forth just above the toes, so are they indeed jointed? And if so, what kind of joints did you use for that particular section? They look like they have a limited rotation on just 1 axis, as opposed to a ball-and-socket joint. And as far as the ball-and-socket joints you described, do you make your own balls and sockets, or do you buy ball-and-socket joints somewhere? Where/how do you acquire the joints you use for these creatures?

Your poseable art dolls deeply and genuinely fascinate me, and sometimes I just wish I could sit next to you and watch you make one of these things from beginning to end, just to have the privilege of seeing you do it. It would undoubtedly be an eye-opening experience!
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
They are not ball and socket joints. I'm not entirely sure what kind of joint you would call these, but
you are right in that they only move back and forth. The paws I made, but the ball and socket joints
inside the neck and spine I purchase at You can buy yards of the doll armature there.

I would really love to do a tutorial and/or a time lapse so people can watch the whole process. I've been 
wanting to do that for a long time, and I finally have a nice camera so I might just be doing it in the near
RebelleValor Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is so pretty! I love you artwork and admire some of your works <3

You should teach a class on how to make these lovelies <3
ANicB Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017
I love that you used feathers again. The mixtures of colors is fantastic and are those pose-able back paws?
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! I was so happy with how this one came out. 

And yes they are!
LanSuxin Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2017
This is such a beautiful guardian. One of my favorites of yours. I hope it will find a great home :D
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! It is one of my faves too!:love:
RebelleValor Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I sure can't resist! Where will this auction take place?
VaalbaraCreeps Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I swear, I think I'm going to save up a ton of money over the summer just so I can buy one of these.
After all, who can resist such beauties?
AnyaBoz Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
I hope you do! I love to see guardians go to good homes!:love:
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