Modern Aviation Night Vision Camouflage

Discussion in 'Painting Questions, Tutorials and Guidebooks' started by Matt308, Jul 6, 2009.

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    Hells teeth! I see what you mean Matt! I wouldn't even want to attempt that in 1/8th scale, never mind 1/48th scale!
    Clever idea though - I presume it's designed to cause pixel interference, and I guess it probably works extremely well!
     
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    Yep... just take a look at Western operator camo. What are us 1/72nd effers supposed to do.

    Well I suspect that I will have to just resign myselft to easier camo.
     

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    KISS principle Matt and you will be ok mate!

    No need to give yourself a headache over modelling!:D
     
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    Jeez! I guess some company will probably introduce decals to do the scheme, a bit like the decals for the WW1 lozenge pattern which, come to think of it, is a distant relative of the 'new' scheme. In 1/72nd, I suppose it could be painted as a basic representation, but it would still be a b!tch to do!!
     
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