I call it Inque Build-A-Figure because the arms and legs swivel, can be taken off, and then re-attached repeatedly.
I made this figure completely from scratch, I started with some crumpled aluminum cause I didn't want to waste so much apoxie (I tried making a pure sculpey figure before but it took too much sculpey) and covered it with apoxie for the main body and legs/arms. I stole some head off a 5" figure and covered it with apoxie and gave it that oval shape (again, trying to save apoxie, not trying to use the head as a base or anything). I found some weird metal cylinder things so I stuck some sculpey on both sides and baked it, stuck those on the ends of the body and legs/arm for use as joints/connecting points. They fit very snug, I can pull out an arm and then put it back together again without any problems. I shaped and sanded her to give her a nice butt + rack (lol). I painted her with Citadel paints and inks.
The only difficulty is in trying to make her stand. She DOES stand on her own but all conditions have to be PERFECT and her arms/leg perfectly aligned so it's hard. Prolly easier to just give her a base.
The inspiration for this one is a scene in Batman Beyond where she is running away from Batman near soem factory.