Well I am nearly done with this terrain. This final post should be a quick one that really quickly covers the grassy areas I wanted. You can see the post where I textured the bases here, and where I painted the terrain here.
I originally started out with the intention of covering a lot more of this terrain with grass. After I started working on it though I really did not want to cover up the great look of the Hirst Arts molded bricks. They really are great and if you have never used them they are a easy way to get some fantastic looking stuff if you don't mind the time input. Time input because casting does take some time. Outside of that, once you have the blocks cast it is like Legos for adults.
I have to admit that I did make a mistake here. The flock that I ended up using was not the flock I originally intended. This will highlight the importance of labeling thing in my terrain boxes from now on. I have two colors of flock. One is your standard green flock. The other is supposed to be a harvest mix so the grass is a bit darker and it has some random bits of other color thrown in. It works all the same, but not the color I intended.
So there it is. I hope you like what you see. I think many of the folks at eh FLGS will really like this stuff and I hope they get as much enjoyment out of using it as I did working on it.