Joined: January 18 2008 Location: United States Posts: 1401
Posted: May 11 2011 at 11:25pm | IP Logged
Anyone ever see these before? I was doing an image search to try to figure out what would be a good mix of colors for a suburban environment for my carbine (less green, and more grays, tans, and browns....but NOT ACU!), and came across these. Some very interresting concepts. A few of them remind me of quazi-digitized updated SS Camo patterns
Joined: July 16 2005 Location: United States Posts: 25293
Posted: May 12 2011 at 12:44am | IP Logged
They do have a great deal of patterns, some of which are very interesting.
These days I typically use Multicam, which really blends well with just about anything. I was considering tuning the colors a bit to match local colors.
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Joined: January 03 2011 Location: Australia Posts: 1186
Posted: March 07 2012 at 10:42am | IP Logged
I checked out the links above they seem to revolve around the German Flektarn. Based on the mathematics known as Fractals. That is the same pattern repeats on an ever enlarging scale. Effectively the pattern 4in square or 4ft or 40
ft square appear exactly the same on a different scale
For hunting in Australia I use Advantage pattern from Cabelas.
Extremely effective here. Matches our light colored foliage, tree trunks & shrubs. Blends well with our soil colours. Is near invisible against a lichen covered rock, or when stand sitting in a tree.
Some interesting links below may be of use, in your pattern hunt
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