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I've finally started painting my second faction for MERCS: Recon, the CCC.  I'm not sure why, but I keep picking factions with yellow in their official colour scheme.  EU had some, but CCC is pretty much all yellow.  I don't do a lot of yellow and I'm not really comfortable with it, but I think I managed to do a not-terrible job on these guys, at least so far.  There are 5 figures in the squad from the starter box, but I've only gotten two finished so far.  But its the end of the month, so for the RPChallenge I'll start a showoff post now, and update when I get the other three finished.

 

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This is the CCC Leader, with his scanner for checking the contents of rooms without actually having to breach.  He also has a machine gun for when breaching is necessary.  The CCC seem quite well geared up on the firepower....

 

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And the Gunner.  She is all about the firepower.  She wears yellow and she shoots things...

 

For this squad I did switch up the colour scheme a bit.  In most of the art work they tend to have a very black or blue-black body suit.  I went with the grey brown since I thought it would fit better with all the yellow, and make them look less like bumblebees.

 

I should have the other 3 finished within the next week or two as they are all fairly far along.

 

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Well, it took longer than a week or two, but here are the other three members of the CCC squad from one of the MERCS:Recon starter boxes.

 

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This is the Breacher, the doorman.  He gets the team into those secured rooms so that they can "acquire" whatever they need to fulfill their mission.

 

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This is the Demo, short for Demolition.  Carries Fragmentation Grenades....

 

and for when Frag Grenades aren't enough....

 

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The CCC Incinerator.  Yes, that's a flamethrower....the perfect tool of stealth and subtlety for covert corporate espionage..... :ph34r:  

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