Add the "spotting" using a man-made pattern or natural vegetation.

Now you have your base, the weapon is primed, and has it's basic colors on it. If I were painting a weapon for a desert environment I would now go in a different direction with it. Since I am painting for a wooded area, I am going to continue with woodland colors.

Here is the technique: Take the tree pattern branch that comes with a set of HS Bowflage paints, if you don't have one, you can fabricate one from paper or plastic, use actual vegetation like an evergreen branch or a handful of grass, held at a distance of 1-2 inches. Place the chosen item 1-2 inches from the target area and spray in bursts. I go methodically from back to front and place the branch over the darker areas. Reason: twigs are darker, plus the sidespray from the paint will hit the lighter areas if you do this. Just going from side to side will suffice if you use a good interval.

The OD color is Krylon Ultra Flat "Olive Drab 8143."

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