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    Some Soviet Camouflages

    I've been looking worund the net for some Soviet camos for my eventual Spetsnaz bash, so I tiled them, and resized them. They will print onto regular 8X11.5 sheets if you make the margins narrow. Please note- The Partizan pattern files are HUGE. They will print correctly though.

    some of them may look odd or pixelated, but its normal. I ad a friend in the Spetsnaz, who showed me various patterns, and they exist. I've inspected KLMK, and because of the way its made, it looks very pixelated.

    Subdued KLMK



    KGB KLMK



    Light KLMK



    Brown KLMK



    Partizan



    Partizan with Amoeba Overprint (Thanks to frasmet for the Amoeba)



    Spring Partizan with KLMK Overprint



    Fall Partizan with KLMK Overprint



    The pattern is a a bit inaccurate for modern stuff without some modification, but the great Tony Barton made a pattern for WW2-cut oversuits. Just make the hole in the hood bigger for some modern stuff....
    http://onesixthnet.yuku.com/topic/11196?page=-1



    Edit...forgot a few...

    Brown VSR



    Green VSR



    Light brown VSR
    Last edited by der soldat; 05-23-2008 at 03:18.
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    Your a god!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soldato View Post
    Your a god!

    I know
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    Very nice, very generous.
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    Well, I figure its better to release some proper Partisan instead of the redgular oakleaf used the rest of the time.
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    Great patterns! Thanks a lot!

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