Workbench: Redd Redan Figures – Clone Farmers

Here are some more Redd Redan figures I am working on.

During the time of cloning, in order to make sure there was workforce available to do manual labor, Farmer Clones were created to work the large company farms.

The were bred to work and many continued to work even after the farms were wiped out durning the change.



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4 Responses to Workbench: Redd Redan Figures – Clone Farmers

  1. Akos Bueky says:

    Another great idea. They might even double as prisoners on “outside duty”.
    Planning zombified versions? Clones with tools for mechanical repairs?

    • Thanks
      Thats a good idea to use them as prisoners for outside duty.
      I can also see them as figures with found objects as weapons.
      With a little conversion, such as cutting the head off the shovel, you have a guy with a steel pipe in hand.

      I like the idea of clone mechanics

      Thanks again
      James Bland

  2. Also work as general civilian minis for just about any 20th-21st Century game.

    Got any plans to work on some more WWII?


    • These, as some other figures, I designed with a purpose; but at the same time have left them generic enough to use in other games.
      That can be good and bad as far as designing figures.
      I also made them with the idea that with a little conversion they can be used for other games.
      I know not everyone converts, but I know enough people enjoy such things.

      The mmg gunners still sit on my desk.
      Since Full Metal Heroes WWII is not being sold yet, I have not had the desire to work on them.
      Hopefully when the game is printed I will work on more WWII figures.

      James Bland

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