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The Mandrill King Room Guardian by AnyaBoz The Mandrill King Room Guardian by AnyaBoz
Say hello to the first ever primate room guardian. Yes, I took some liberties with the design, he is obviously a fictional version of the mandrill, but I really enjoyed all the colors. The sculpt was a challenge, but it was a very interesting and educational experience. 

This room guardian has a citrine crystal heart and it stands about 11 inches tall. He has a coat of soft faux fur and two copper earrings. His neck is made with a plastic ball and socket armature that can be posed with ease and will not wear out over time. The body frame is solid not plush, but it is still mildly posable. His arms and tail have a fully bendable wire armature and his back-legs bend slightly at the hock 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 soft faux 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.

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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 were a long way from being realistic. My contemplation came to an end when I realized I could spend less money and have a better one if I just made it myself. That is where



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Eviecats Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2015
What a great choice for a first primate doll!  I really can't get over how you keep the pelts so natural and then subtley slip in so much vibrance that just WORKS!  It's a true gift!  =)
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much Sarah! That really means a lot to me coming from you!
You are pretty darn good yourself haha.:glomp:
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Eviecats Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2015
Awe ty :hug:  I saw your fb post have a safe trip!  =)
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Sapphire-Stitch Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is amazing!
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AnyaBoz Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
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