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Lord Alaar and Queen Argarac (Prince Zeo's parents) by annimoonsong

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Read about Prince Zeodore first. These are knitted dolls for a collector based inadvertantly on my novel’s characters.

Lord Alaar is King of Zybar by marriage, a marriage of politics. He represents those that don’t hear “The Murmurings” (though secretly he is a believer in them and a supporter of The Foretold). Queen Argarac, first to implant earrings to improve reception of “The Murmurings” comes from the direct blood line of King Kolis the Emissary of The Foretold. Living as royalty in Castleton, they are overseers of the Zy-guard supposedly warring against the Primitives of the Fronz villages by the sea. They actually plot to overthrow the non-believers and unite the people once again as The Foretold speaks of the Prince…


female, male, story, queen, king, dolls, yarn, knitted, primitives


  • BCasTal
    BCasTalover 5 years ago

    Magnificent craftsmanship. I love all the detail you put into these dolls, very nice.

  • Thank you. This is the first time showing this group of dolls. I’m focusing on texture because the collector is a blind woman. I love the colors and designing the clothes and hair styles. I almost kept the Prince. I didn’t want to let him go, like that art in the portfolio that says too much about you… Time to let it go.

    – annimoonsong

  • Evita
    Evitaover 5 years ago

    They’re gorgeous !!! fabulous work !! :D

  • Thanks! I’ve been making dolls for over 25 yrs! Dollmakers are a special species…all our own. As I indicated with Prince Zeodore, they seem to be a branch of our psyche.

    – annimoonsong

  • Evita
    Evitaover 5 years ago

    Congratulations!Featured in Dolls From Around The World

  • I so appreciate the acknowledgement of my work! Thanks again!

    – annimoonsong

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