To her left is Lydi, a dark-skinned beauty in a yellow bikini and white strappy shoes. She is nonchalantly holding a 7.62mm Heckler and Koch G3 Assault Rifle in her left hand. I do like how the sculptor has made about half these girls left-handed. It's a good call.
The group's heavy weapon expert stands in the centre of the group. Effie has armed herself with a Hawk 40mm MM1 Grenade Launcher with a 12 round ammo drum. She wears a white bikini with red polka dots and white shoes. I simply had to paint someone with a polka dot bikini!
The girl in the purple bikini and pink shoes is Lulu. Her face looks Asian to me, so I painted her in bronzed flesh skin tones. Sadly Games Workshop have dropped Bronzed Flesh from their paint range. They have a bloody annoying habit of getting rid of useful colours! Lulu is armed with a 7.62mm AK47 Assault Rifle.
Finally, is Dodo, who is more civilian than ganger. She is armed with nothing more dangerous than a beach ball. With a name like Dodo, she'd soon be extinct if she got into a firefight! I've got nothing against the sculpting of this figure but I do question her inclusion. If she was part of a pack of unarmed civilian babes in bikinis that would be fine. But not part of a gang of well-armed women with military grade firearms.
It's an obvious thing to say but I'm going to say it anyway, if you liked the first set of Bikini Babes then you're bound to like the second set. If you're playing a scenario set on a beach these could prove useful. But, as Doug pointed out last time, you'll probably get far more use out of then if you use them as dancers for a strip club or a pole-dancing joint. This set costs £10.00 and is certainly not a must buy purchase unless you're collecting the complete Foundry Street Violence range, or if you have a specific need for the girls.