All the Camos are done in similer ways as i had the forethought to write down my system but i've now decided to try some differing coloure combos using the same process so it's not to jaring. That said the officer is getting a custom camo job as he''s more likely to retain his full uniform. If he had any sence he would be trying to look more like joe trooper (snipers anyone ) but Ruperts arn't known for there common sence some times lol.
Damn it ive lost the plot again. Now onto camo in general, my system is pretty simple, i go mid grey light green then finish with a dark green or brown the wash over the top to finish off.
The grey is applied as a flat coloure to all camo areas then i use a long brush 1" to 1 1/2" bristels to blob the light green covering half the grey areas. Then it's a treble 0 brush to apply the dark green in line effect or blobs again which ever feels right for the figuer. Finally a liberal wash or two of gryf sapia or traka green or any ink wash you may have to pull the 3 coloures together.
I've not tried this combowith alt coloures but plan to eventually. In the mean time if you haven't seen this site and need inspiration check out Kamoflage.net http://www.kamouflage.net/ with 300 types listed you will find somethink that can be of help when planning a camo sceam.