Sheepish seems to be suffering from these negative emotions. She attempts to make herself small, to blend in with her surroundings so that she will not attract attention. This figure is covered with small rectangles of fabrics mostly of blue and purple. That layer was then sanded and covered with a thin layer cold wax for surfacing. Behind the figure hangs a very large loose and messy weaving with similar colors of the figure. This confuses the viewers and for a second the figure and the weaving blur together. She is partially camouflaged. The joints of this figure are covered in needle-felted cream wool. The cream color over the dark colors is a giveaway. She is unable to hide. The pose refers to the Crouching Aphrodite. She was one of the first female figures to be carved nude and in both this crouching pose and Pudica pose she is covering her genitalia. She is trying to hide and cover herself from the male gaze.