Woodside Nitehawk 70 x 90cm Ghillie Netting Fabric Net Sniper Camo/Camouflage Hunting
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For this step, you’ll need four pieces of canvas cut out and placed on the blouse and trousers. For the blouse, you want the canvas to cover from the top of your pectoral muscle, down about an inch from the bottom. There is a simple way to break up this shadow. Apply more vegetation to the face. You don’t need your nose, cheeks, forehead, or chin to hide. You just need your eyes to see what’s going on around you. This shadow is caused by adding vegetation. Positive & Negative Space
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There are plenty of camo products for sale out there, but few garments can rival a good homemade ghillie suit. Ghillie Netting is obtained through salvaging ghillie clothing through the "barricades" section in the crafting menu. The color of the netting matches the color of the ghillie scrapped.
An expensive suit can be bought which already has a good deal of camouflage built in. It will likely look like a basic camo with a flap on it. It is obtainable on all official maps, but some curated maps (such as France) have opted to not have an obtainable equivalent.
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As you can imagine ghillie suits can be very hot and increase the risk of overheating, especially when layers of vegetation are added. One of the only thing more dangerous than passing out from overheating is passing out from overheating while literally nobody can find you! I have seen this happen before and it can be deadly. I recommend never stalking alone. Consider using something like a find my phon” app so that you can be located in case of emergency. As I mentioned earlier in “color”, this picture (left) was originally taken to show improper use of shadow. This dark shadow, looks unnatural and is an anomaly in the baseline of the environment. This draws the observer’s eye toward this spot. The picture on the left was taken from about 12 feet away. The picture on the right was taken about 200 yards away. See how that dark shadow is such an anomaly in the baseline, that it draws your eye to it? Rhythm and Flow is my favorite of the 9 elements of visual perception. Many of these elements, such as color, are simply science. Your color(s) either match the baseline or they don’t. With Rhythm and Flow, you begin to steer away from the science of camouflage and dive deep into the art of camouflage. Do you, as a ghillie, blend beautifully with the environment? Does your suit bow to the wind like a light breeze rolling over a wheat field?I was originally going to use these photos as an example of improper use of shadows, so for now, ignore the fact that my face is casting a large shadow. In this position, I was laying on my belly and am resting on my elbows. Notice how my lower body has a tan grass covering and my upper body is covered in green grass. I did this because the baseline color of this environment is about 50% tan and 50% green. I didn’t want to be a huge green spot or a huge brown spot. The two colors I chose match perfectly with the environment and the baseline. The only element of visual perception that isn’t used properly here is the element of shadow, so cover the dark spot with your finger and notice how my outline and shape is impossible to determine, and the colors match the baseline perfectly so that I do not draw attention to myself. Contrast / Value