Strange toy II, acrylic paint on paper

Once we’d transformed the toy, we were asked to paint it in surroundings/a situation that we felt fitting.
I just wanted it to be suspended in a scary place, longing for something else. I don’t think the place is scary, but it is still quite alienating, so I’m not entirely unsatisfied. I do not consider it finished however (more shadow, more working on the background and “window”)

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