the digi camo is cool, can you describe the pattern process in case i wanna copy your idea.
this webpage was my first stop, and other stuff on olivedrab.com as well.
there are no digital camo "patterns" for vehicles, so I had to wing it.
on a three color camo you want to paint the whole vehicle the lightest color first. then the next darkest, then the darkest. I tried to strive for about 50% desert C.A.R.C. tan, then about 35% of the tan/green mix and about 15% of the olivedrab. if you are useing more than 3 colors you would still go from light to dark in decreasing amounts. you will go thru ALOT of painters masking tape and paper.
real army acu camo is not perfict, squares so doing it all freehand actualy works to your advantage. but you do have to be able to visualize the end result. after I laid on the second color i tooks some pic's (see the main photo bucket link) and maped out the areas for the olive drab green.
buy a yard of material in the pattern you like and stare at it for a while.
I am thinking about adding a fourth color next spring (I dont have a paint booth, I did it all in my driveway) the color will be in between the the light and dark green and will help to break it up even futher.
I have alot more planed for the jeep, but I did this all for next to nothing and I am broke right now. I havent even bought $16 fog light's for the holes in the bumper. I am selling all the stuff I pulled off on craigslist to start a fund for more parts for supplys, but money seems to be needed for other things.
over the winter I am going to try to make my own seatcovers. I have digital acu fabric.
I hope this helps you.