Its head is a small lumpy ball of clay, with two eyes drawn on with black sharpie. One eye is bigger than the other, but not by much. The body is sprayed silver, the original orange of the athletic tape still showing through at the joints. Its elbows hang at different heights, which, if corrected, would then show the unequal lengths of its two arms, from each stem four thin bits of twirled wire, fingers. A cape hangs over its left shoulder. Along with the cape, a belt of purple ribbon with a piece black circle of cloth in the center rests on its stomach. Its feet are nothing more than protruding stubs wrapped in wire, so as to mask the glue and washer bolts that allow it to stand.