Have a look at the tufts, I usually use "Army Painter" tufts, but found this guy on eBay who was making his own and a bit cheaper. To me they look just as good. They are not as 2sticky" on the base as Army Painter and he only does 2 colours. (green and dried grass) they also come in more regular clumps which I have broken down into smaller ones. Overall I am very impressed and will probably get some more.
The third picture was a private contractor who came with the MJ figures Camera crew (shown previously) not sure what I can use him for in scenarios but I will find a use. Coming in the news reporters pack he's obviously intended as their security but as they will be covering the Afghan war from a British Soldiers eye view he might be redundant in this game setting.
Well that's the Broadside game covered, but I have also been working up the shed on the last of the moon-scape boards for Andy Lyon. Nothing to show at the moment as it's all drying out and will probably take another day or two. This will be the last of the boards and then the next stage is to paint them all the same shades of black and then progressively lighter greys.
I needed a break from painting 20mm Taliban, so I bashed out a few modern corpses. These are 28mm by Frontline Wargaming (http://www.frontlinewargaming.co.uk/). Nothing special in the paint job. I just wanted a change from Afghanistan 20mm.
Well that's it for today. Time to makes some lunch and then maybe back to the paint table before I head out to work. All the best thanks for reading/following all the best Clint