The models printed with MSLA technology with Phozen shuffer XL machine.
and post processing by Bruce. if you interested to get one for your collection you can contact us~
Chinese or Imperial guardian lions, also known as lion dogs or foo dogs in English, are a traditional Chinese architectural ornament. Typically made of stone, they are also known as stone lions or shishi. The concept, which originated and became popular in Chinese Buddhism, features a pair of highly stylized lions—often one male with a ball and one female with a cub—which were thought to protect the building from harmful spiritual influences. Used in imperial Chinese palaces and tombs, the lions subsequently spread to other parts of Asia including Japan (see komainu), Korea, Tibet, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, and Singapore.
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