This is another nameless frame, incorporating parts from a figure called Camille Noire, from Clive Barker's Tortured Souls figure line from McFarlane Toys. This selection of polaroids is mostly random, but I can see a old workplace in London, Ontario represented a few times, my collection of electronic fortune cookies and my mannequin shows up in 2 outfits.
This figure was purchased used for a set of fleshy wings that were used in another project, so this was a case of making the most of the plastic. I should rework the right leg to make it stand flat, but it's rather sturdy for its overall flimsiness.
The paperclips were heated to the point that I could jam them into the plastic and the toy parts would melt as pressure was applied. The space-aged parts are from another McFarlane toy, though I can't recall which. The 'board' was culled from a peg-art kit found at a dollar store.
A cybernetic pirate figure's severe hunchback provides the support for this one. There was some glue used that I should clean up when I haul it out of storage.