This set of Foundry figures from their Street Violence range is unique in that none of the figures are armed. This is set SV064 City Workers, which comprises five ordinary civilians.
Next to him is another corporate type in a trench coat. He is carrying a brief case in one hand whilst speaking on his mobile phone in his other hand.. Foundry rather unimaginatively have called him Mobile. I painted him as an African/American, as opposed to the Caucasian colour scheme given to him by Foundry's painter. I used this figure as Mbole Ebunike, the mayor of Night City, in my Cyberpunk 2020 campaign. If you look at the back view of him you can see that some of his papers are visible as if he closed his briefcase in a hurry and hadn't noticed they were sticking out.
In the centre of this group is Haggis (presumably a nickname) the street cleaner. He's taking a rest from sweeping the streets to wipe his brow. Once again, full marks for originality on his sculpting and pose. He wears a high-visibility jacket over his jeans and T-shirt.
Fourth in line is Grant, who has the look of a student about him. He is very casually dressed in hoodie jacket, jeans and trainers. He wears a backpack, which may contain some of his books for his course-work.
At the far right is Miss Pargiter, the only female of the group. She holds a black umbrella and a briefcase, suggesting she is another corporate type. Note that her hair has been tied back in a severe bun. Her pose and mode of dress implies she is not a woman to be messed with. I have based her on a 20mm diameter slottabase, rather than my standard 25mm slottabase, which was far too big for her.
The City Workers set costs £10.00 for the five figures on Foundry's webstore.