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NCC1017spock

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#1 7 years ago

[COLOR=red]Hi everyone, I figure this was the best place to put this. [/COLOR] [COLOR=red] [/COLOR] [COLOR=red]I am a student currently enrolled at a High School in South East PA, about 45 minutes away from Philadelphia, I am a junior and I have to complete a senior graduation project at some point in order to graduate next year. At my school your Grad Project, can literally be anything... So! I am a huge Air softer, history & military buff, a future USAF officer (I hope :smokin:) and I have a huge collection of military clothing and gear! [/COLOR] [COLOR=red] [/COLOR] [COLOR=red]My Grad Project - [/COLOR] [COLOR=red]Design my own camouflage pattern and produce one Proto-type BDU uniform in my own camouflage pattern! :naughty:[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]I will be researching, developing & designing the pattern myself through the use of CS-5 Photoshop and Illustrator. [/COLOR] [COLOR=red][/COLOR] [COLOR=red]What help do I need? [/COLOR] [COLOR=red] [/COLOR] [COLOR=red]-Well I know that I will have to get this pattern produced on a fabric strip somewhere, and I also know I will probably need someone (a company or business) to assist in sewing it all together, I will be able to find all the design schematics I need for this I believe. Any one that could advise me on where to go, and how to get custom fabric made, in addition possible a place that could help me put this together?[/COLOR] [COLOR=red](I’m hoping there are a few military guys on here)[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]-Thanks! :cya:[/COLOR]




redgroupclan

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#2 7 years ago

Y'know, some people on here use the light theme.




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#3 7 years ago

:agreed




NCC1017spock

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#4 7 years ago
redgroupclan;5508285Y'know, some people on here use the light theme.

Fixed! Sorry! :(




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#5 7 years ago
NCC1017spock;5508276[COLOR=red]...[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]Design my own camouflage pattern and produce one Proto-type BDU uniform in my own camouflage pattern! :naughty:[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]I will be researching, developing & designing the pattern myself through the use of CS-5 Photoshop and Illustrator. [/COLOR]...

Can you go an entire Airsoft match without getting seen, or at the very least, without getting seen first? Try thinking about what elements make it so you can become invisible. Look at popular/effective modern patterns, like Multicam and MARPAT.




NCC1017spock

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#6 7 years ago
Crazy Wolf;5508297Can you go an entire Airsoft match without getting seen, or at the very least, without getting seen first? Try thinking about what elements make it so you can become invisible. Look at popular/effective modern patterns, like Multicam and MARPAT.

Exactly, when I play in the large scale matches out doors, im always the one that sneeks behind enemy lines lol, I've gotten very good at being quiet and not being seen! :cool: But yes, the question becomes digital or splotchy, or may striped? (tiger stripe like)




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#7 7 years ago

I've heard that digital is the best when being seen from far away because of the human eye. Up close, IMPE (in my personal experience) it is patterns that mimic the surrounding environment that are most effective.




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#8 7 years ago

AFAIK, stripes is also a good pattern, as it also blends pretty good in the distance and is hard to be caught by the eye; As Zebras or allied ships during WW2 used to be painted like that as well... But it might only work on far distance... And on zebras and ships.

Then you go Ghillie suits, but those work if your laying down only and without even breathing...

I think the best thing you should do, is print different patterns designed for a terrain (That'd be, pattern and color and other details...) and mounting them at a certain distance, then compare.


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NCC1017spock

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#9 7 years ago

Ok, but does anyone know where I can get these patterns printed out on fabric?