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Neat realistic came scheme mate. I like.
It's going to need careful highlighting though, or perhaps some gentle beige/greenish utra-dry drybrushing might do the trick. A camo scheme like this might also benefit from a light matte varnish coat painted of the finsihed camo parts to distinguish them from the more 'techy' bits such as the helmet and gun. And don't worry too much if he fades into the background, that just means that the camouflage is doing it's job.
im liking this camo alot
I like it going to take time to do it across an army wish i had done mine in a cool scheme
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
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Try using the macro mode on your camera (if it has one) your photos would be fine if they where in focus.
Other than that, the scheme looks nice but also like it takes a long time. Good luck painting the whole army!
Looks like a really nice scheme to me, just a shame all the photos are really out of focus. If you could master how to get decent shots (a macro setting should do the trick as said above) then it might be easier to see!
Good work though!
Out of the two posts, for your camo, this one is the best.
I would love to see what you can do with this scheme, such as tanks, etc.
The pics are a bit fuzzy, so have you highlighted the black areas or not?
REP for you.