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Nicodemus the Wolf Room Guardian by AnyaBoz Nicodemus the Wolf Room Guardian by AnyaBoz
:iconglacierfox21: won the race for this one. She made the purchase in about 20 seconds! Congrats. This wolf has a rose quartz heart and an extremely soft rabbit fur coat. Its back stands about 7 inches off the ground. The frame is mildly posable; its forelegs, neck, and tail bend freely all over and it's back legs bend slightly below the thigh. 

Room Guardians are small creatures that protect one's home from negative spirits and energies. These friends can be easily placed on window sills, kitchen shelves, dressers, or wherever to keep watch over the room. Each guardian has a genuine rabbit fur coat and each is individually sculpted from the wire frame to the clay face and hands, so no two are alike. The room guardians' arms, tails, and necks are bendable and Inside each of their chests is a unique crystal heart to give each one a different energy. These little guys have a lot of character and they love having a home to watch over.

Have a question? See my FAQ anyaboz.deviantart.com/journal…
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thewolvesbreath Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How much does something like this cost? (Approximately)
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kanumbra Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014   Writer
Omigosh, gorgeous!!
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much!:love:
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Jerseydays Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I wish so much that you make dolls with faux fur one day. You're very talented, but I always cry, when an animal has to die, only because of the fur. And they use so many chemicals for animal skins and furs, it really worries me... There is extremely good faux fur on the market. I could give you a lot of tips. Or even send you some. Fine and soft and durable, you would like it, I promise! Live and let live. You can delete this comment, of course.
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Don't worry! If you read my FAQ you will see that I do not use rabbit fur
without a weight on my conscience, so I'm planning on doing a gradual
shift to faux. There are perks to both furs, but at least I'm not killing an animal
when I use faux:D I know there are plenty of great furs, I've been experimenting
with some. Also, I should note that I do get some of my rabbit fur from old
fur coats from thrift stores so that doesn't support the fur trade at all.
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Jerseydays Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I must say, I feel relieved. Thank you for telling me. :heart:
I've just found a faux fur in an online store, that looks and feels perfect! I will try it on an art doll soon. There's really good stuff, and I'm always material-hunting :D
This shop here is in Germany. Just an example for high quality faux fur: www.stoffhaus-kepper.de/shop2/…
It's not cheap, but sometimes they offer rest pieces that are enough for a couple of dolls.
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Awesome! I will look into it. Yeah, I'd like to know some great places
for faux fur and that one looks very nice. I'll be researching:D
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Jerseydays Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Oh, I've found something interesting on Etsy:

www.etsy.com/de/shop/Artito?re…


They offer small faux fur pieces that look really great! :D
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Those furs look great! I faved the shop. I'll look into it.
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