The Enemy Army Figures by Tyler Jackson may form a fictional army, but their basis is very much real. The figures are all unique, but rather than choosing an entirely fictional setting for the Enemy Army, Tyler modeled them as unique characters based on his friends. That probably would make these figures friendly at heart, yet somehow making them look sinister enough to be the “Enemy Army.” Characteristic personalities of the figures are driven by interests of the people they were modeled after. The sculptures have each been crafted from Sculpey, painted and mounted on a plexiglass shelf. A total of 45 were created, and they’ve all sold out.