Here is my latest camouflage painting tutorial, and this time we go back to a classic, M81 Woodland Camouflage. This camouflage was introduced to the US military in, you guessed it, 1981. Since then it has become one of the most common camouflage patterns in the world.
The first step is to prime the model black.
Next were smaller blotches of 988 Khaki:
And finally, small blotches of Chaos Black. At this stage I also finished up the skin, highlighted the gun with some Adeptus Battlegrey, and highlighted the armor and webgear with 924 Russian Uniform Green.
Finally I put static grass on the base, and gave the guardsman a thorough dusting of the Europe Dust weathering pigment.