This time I am presenting some of the younger residents of Salutesville, namely Ray "Badger Cub" Rousell Jr and his gang.
Like father, like son, Ray Jr is always coming up with grand money-making ideas that never quite pan out. Such as entering a bear in the city's beauty pageant - the judges quite rightly didn't accept his argument that the rules didn't specify that the contestant had to be a human female...
Little Lee always wears a cap to cover up the fact that he is going bald very young. That could be down to tearing his hair out at Ray Jr's schemes. Given his luck with dice, it probably wasn't a good move to send Lee to play craps at Phil the Shark's back-room.
The son of a Chinese father and Irish mother, Frankie dreams of becoming an opera singer. Or a chef. Even of going to work on his uncle's farm in the old country (Which one? Either will do!). Anything, just so long as it gets him a long, long way from that feckin' eedjit Ray Jr (I did mention that his mother was Irish didn't I?).
Billy "Biff" Banks
"Biff" acts as Ray's minder, extricating him from dangerous situations (normally the wrath of the others when he has lost their pocket money on another hair-brained scheme. Again.).
Tommy "Ginge" Parker
"Ginge" fancies himself as a boxer and Ray Jr has high hopes of managing him as he rises through the ranks to become world champion. If there was only some way to fix that glass jaw...
This is another set from Pulp Figures - "The Boys From The Bowery". As ever with Bob's sculpts, they are full of character and were fun to paint.
For scoring, five 28mm figures should give me 25 points.