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In this tutorial, I'll show you how to make a camouflage pattern.
The shapes and colors I'm going to make are based on a US Army pattern. If you really
want to dive into the history behind camouflage patterns, camopedia.org has everything about
camouflage from every country. It's pretty crazy, so be sure to check out that link in
the description below.
You can pretty much draw this on anything, but I'm going to draw on this little memo
book I made. If you're curious on how to make one for yourself, you can check out this tutorial
here, or find the link listed below.
So this version of camo usually has four colors. So I'm using brown, black, green and the light
brown already on my paper.
First start with the brown. Camouflage is basically a landscape, so this will be the
dirt or tree trunks.
Kind of make shapes of blobby puddles. Maybe there's a better word for that? Can you think
of one? Don't say poop, I know one of you is going to say poop.
They don't have to be perfect.
Now for the green. This will be the foliage of the landscape.
Make the same shapes around the brown ones, and connect them on some parts.
Now for the black. This will be for the branches and dense areas of the landscape.
They kind of hide between the brown and green.
And then you're done!
You can also try this in other colors.
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