These five 28mm scale figures have been in my collection for many years now but it is only quite recently that I got round to painting them. They are from the Copplestone Castings set FW33 Urban Cowgirls from the Future Wars range of figures. Sadly, I haven't got round to naming any of them yet, which is an oversight on my part.
Next to her is a blonde, showing off a lot of cleavage. Well, if you've got it, flaunt it! Her right hand rests on the butt of her holstered revolver, whilst her left hand rests on her hip. She is also slowly walking forward. Her clothing is more in keeping with a contemporary setting. 19th Century women did not wear mini-skirts.
In the centre of the group is the lady in pink. Her frilled dress shows off a lot of leg. Oddly enough, although she is holding a revolver, she doesn't have a holster for it. I guess she just tucks it in her belt when she isn't using it. If I had to nominate one of these as the group leader it would be this young woman. Her costume makes her stand out from the crowd.
The last figure in line is a bbw (big beautiful woman, which I always thought stood for big-breasted woman). This figure certainly has big boobies and shows an impressive cleavage. She is armed with a holstered revolver and a pump-action shotgun, possibly a Franchi SPAS12.
Okay, so these are a bit different to your usual bunch of survivors or gangers, but I can still see them working in a post-apocalypse setting, especially one set in or around Texas. At a pinch you could use them in a traditional Wild West setting, although the lass with the SMG would have to have her firearm swapped for something more appropriate. I like this set and as usual, Mark Copplestone shows a deft hand in his sculpting of the female form.
This set of five figures costs £8.50 from the Copplestone Castings webstore.