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This is another clix project.  I picked up a bunch of plastic figures for cheap, cut them off the original clicky base, and made new ones.  The bases are by Reaper, turned over and filled with putty and then stamped.  Simple base coat and wash and those were done.  A few of the figures got paint touch ups to clean them up and bring them all together in a blue and black color scheme.  They've been sprayed and are ready for the table. 

 

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Using them wherever.  We play CoC, supers, technomancer... always need police or security guard types. 

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