The pile needed to be able to be laid on, so the base is made out of ply and maso. The pallets beneath it were custom made to fit the space. They are all attached so it can move as one unit.
To hide the squareness of the frame I added strips of dacron to break up the space. Heavily distressed the canvas and attached the ratchet straps to make it one complete unit.
The pieces were all cut with a cold cut saw and mig welded together. Once I was positive the frame was level I grinded down the welds so all surfaces were smooth.
The archway was built with 1" PVC and pool noodles. It was originally supposed to stake into the ground, however that did not go according to plan.
The torso was constructed out of upholstry foam, rope, blue foam, and tennis balls. The rope connected through each layer and the tennis balls acted as joints. The arms and legs were constructed in a similar fashion, except with pool noodles.