Thanks for the long and detailed feedback! The camo on the survivalist's pack would help to blur his shape at a distance or hide the pack if he dropped it to scout ahead. He'd carry essential survival gear in his clothes or on his belt and spare gear or random finds in the tote bag on the ground.
The scamp could be a street urchin, petty thief or lookout for a gang of professionals.
The seal on the water seller's drum is meant to show local authorities have tested its contents, but as bribery and corruption's common you've every right to be suspicious!
The Dire Angels are a band whose nihilistic lyrics have won a widespread following, inspired many imitators and made enemies in high places. Their literally underground concerts are held in old fallout shelters.
The farmhand's not meant to be a fighter, but the mattock could fend off predators and the whistle round his neck could be used to signal friends.
I gave the doc an old-school brass syringe that's hopefully been sterilised. Disposable's not such a popular concept when medical supplies are scarce.
The scourge addict's a mix of rockabilly, mad clown and beat poet. When I post a colour version his teeth will look extra nasty.
It might not be clear in the line drawing, but the pit fighter's armour's made from old APC tyres and the buckler's made from an armoured hubcap, probably from the same vehicle. The welding mask offers less protection but helps mask his identity.
The carny's parents were probably exposed to nuclear or chemical fallout, and in a longer backstory, some freak shows might double as propaganda, demonising enemies or calling for an end to war.
The huntress was a lot of fun, and the combination of night vision goggles with a silent and flashless weapon would work a treat in real life.
No need to say sorry, comments like yours are always welcome!