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Here's another set of kids for wargames. These are contemporary kids (mostly) as opposed to some of the historical (villagers, powder monkeys) or scifi ones.
These are converted from 'Clix - HeroClix and HorrorClix. Because there is a paucity of such figures, a little conversion helps.
For example, these aren't kids. They are ... or were ... leprechauns. Since we had modern "kids" in decidedly not modern clothes, I had to work with it a little.
For example, why would a kid hat a suit and bowler style hat on? In one case, I went with making a Victorian kid (mostly contemporary), and then gave him a kite (bit of paper connected with a straightened out piece of paper clip) to bring the user back to this being a kid rather than a small adult.
For the other one, I clipped the hat down to a front brim, making is close enough to a ball cap. From that, short pants and the jacket put him in a private school uniform. The cricket bat is a bit large ... honestly I considered giving him a guitar, but I would need at least a teenager for that.
These two are "monster hunter" kids from HorrorClix. Since I had two of the model, I made one with them both on it together (the way the model comes), and then two singly based figures. In a game, this could allow the kids to hunt monsters in two "modes" ... alone or together.
The last one is a HeroClix "babysitter" with two twins. Twins, because I used the same model for both. The boy got his hand repositioned and the girl got some paper bit pigtails added. After painting them up in different schemes, they make a good pair of distinct, but related models.