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In terms of MOC's I've seen them used as garden ornaments and statues. Or you could even try a bit of microscale building and use them 'as is'.
I made minifig versions of a couple I know as a present and used an aggressive pirate to represent their newborn baby. They weren't wildly impressed.
You can do a Gulliver's travels MOC, hobbit MOC, ...
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It does work especially well for the grey and yellow/gold figures - they make good mini-statues. Although some of them make good statues even with the print.
There are a few non-printed micro-figs in circulation ...