How to Paint Digital Camouflage Pattern

Camouflage is the most common colour used in almost every military around the globe. It was previously based upon tying branches, leaves or natural plants to your uniform in the military during wars or combat trainings. However, it has now evolved into a genuine paint scheme. Apart from its military usage, it has now become one of the most appreciated and fashionable colour schemes.

There are several types of camouflage paint schemes available, and the introduction of digital camouflage patterns has further enhanced the previous types of patterns and schemes. It has recently been introduced in the American armed forces while some other countries as well have introduced it in their armed forces.

Although there are several professionals that offer the services of painting digital camouflage patterns, one can also do it by themselves.

Things Required:

– Painter’s tape
– Spray paint
– Hobby Knife


  • 1

    Take the material or thing you wish to paint digital camouflage pattern. Spray the lightest colour of your camouflage pattern. Make sure that you keep your spray paint at least 10 to 12 inches away from the object.

  • 2

    Take the painter’s tape, and cut little tiny squares with the help of your hobby knife. Cut them randomly, as it will better the final outlook of the pattern. Now apply the square pieces of the painter’s tape onto the object you wish to paint. Once you have applied all the squares along the length of the object, spray it with the darker colour of your camouflage paint. Remember to keep your sprayer at least 10 to 12 inches away from the object to paint better.

  • 3

    Cut out more small pieces of the painter’s tape, and apply it along the length of the object. Now take the further darker colour of your camouflage paint, and spray it all over the object. Once you are done spray painting the object, remove all the painter’s tape you have applied over the object before it dries.

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