a) Pilot in cockpit (work 380) (1978) by H.R Giger
b) Behind Veronica's Cloth (1953) by Ernst Fuchs
c) The two central fingers become the side supports
d) Comparable area
e) This shape that corresponds to the face of the Carpenter in Tenniel's illustration helps sets of the idea of the curved viewing screen if that's what it is
f) The small humanoid becomes part of the back of the lower pipe on the left, while the fingers become the curved frame on the back of the chair
g) This area becomes the head
h) Does head of the the long tailed unicorn like beast lend itself to the Space Jockey's head and perhaps the tail becomes part of the bulbous part of the telescope?