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Panzerfire's camo pack by Panzerfire Panzerfire's camo pack by Panzerfire
And a new update of the Camouflage Pack is out!

This pack includes the following ABR files:

BDU Camos.abr (Contains 4 "Woodland" brushes, 3 "3-color desert" brushes and 4 "6-color desert" brushes).

*Updated*Digital Camo.abr (Contains 23 brushes. #1 to #5 are random dots while #6 to #12 are more "camo" looking. #13 to #19 are the same as #6 to #12 but horizontally inverted and shifted 90º. #20 to #23 are Tiger Stripe based digital camos, these are ment to make the pattern present in the USAF's ABU. This also contains 2 extra brushes with the USMC and the USN logos, for those looking to make MARPAT and NWU camo with top detail ;-) )

DPM Camo.abr (Contains 8 brushes)

Flecktarn.abr (Contains 11 brushes)

*New*Flora Camo.abr (Contains 16 brushes. Two original patterns #1 and #2 while the rest up to #8 are variantions in which the patterns have been inverted horizontally and/or Vertically. #9 to #16 are zoomed in version of the early 8 brushes. All brushes are divided in 8 sets of 2)

*New*Lizard Camo.abr (Contains 20 brushes. #5 to #20 are all variants of two patterns. These are not my best brushes and hopefully a future update will have another set that's more detailed and has a better quality)

Multicam camo.abr (Contains 14 brushes. #8 to #14 are expanded portions of the larger camos #1 to #7. This may be a rather complicated brush to use but the nature of Multicam makes it complicated. I tried my whole best in making these as simple and easy to use as possible)

*New*Tiger Stripe Camos.abr (Contains 16 brushes. #1 to #4 represent a whole set. #5 to #8 are the same but inverted. #9 to #16 are zoomed-in versions of #1 to #8. All brushes are divided in 4 sets of 4)

BTW, I've made the Digital Camos following this tutorial:… by :icondaisukekazama:

To Install: Simply unzip the file to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS2\Presets\Brushes and Voíla. Ready for use.

Other camos such as those from Russia will also come to provide more variation. I'll also give it a try at the UCP variant used in the Airman Battle Uniform of the USAF and the Tiger Stripes camo.

Please don't ask for WW2 camos. =P I'm already buggered enough with modern day camouflages :lmao:

All these brushes were made following this tutorial:…

If you want to know how to properly use the Multicam brushes, read this procedure: <da:thumb id="457675755">

To Download just click the "Download file" link located to the right of the preview.

They also work on PhotoShop CS5

I hope you guys like these. :D

See'ya in the Battlefield! :salute:
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swatk90 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
It looks like Multicam brushes' procedure's link is not work anymore, could you update that, thank you! 
Panzerfire Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't seem to find the original pic anymore.

But to paint Multicam here's what you have to do:
1) Over the area you want to paint the camo on, paint it fully with either Green or a yellowish-light green/beige. Then using one of the basic brushes with 0% hardness and a moderate size, paint some parts of it using the opposite color (Either green or the yellowish green, depending on what you used first).

2) Then you use the Woodland bruhes and apply a few clicks ofn both colors. Not too much. The gradient effect from the previous step should still be noticeable since that is one of the main features of the Multicam.

3) Create a new layer on top of the area you're painting and repeat "Step 1" but using Brown and Light Brown this time.

4) With the eraser tool, select one or some of the Woodland brushes and start erasing some bits of that upper layer.

5) Now select the two dots paterns included in the Multicam Brushes and use each one with either white or a very darkened brown (Bordering almost on black). Remember to have both the white and black dots.

And that should be it. Have a look at this pic if you want a good color and pattern reference: It should look sort of like that.

Alternatively, intead of using the Woodland brushes, you could have a try using the DPM brushes to see if you can replicate the British Multi-Terrain Pattern (MTP). ;) That is, if you feel like it of course. I hope this is helpful for you :)
swatk90 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Panzerfire, really appreciate for your detailed reply! Thank you very much! :D
PukDieleman Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014  New member
Its not a good download file it's a .RAR so i can't open it it's not a .ZIP file hope you can do something about it i need the brushes they are awesome!!
Mercury-one Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Neat! Those are awesome et pretty useful! :) (Smile)
I draw a lot with your brushes :D (Big Grin) 
Panzerfire Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe good to hear that my brushes have been useful. :D Saw your pics. Great use of them :thumbsup: Keep up the good work.
Nightmare515 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014   Digital Artist
Is the Multicam tileable?
Panzerfire Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Just in case the link isn't visible here' the alternative:
Panzerfire Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmm I'm not sure what you mean by tileable. :confused:

Someone posted a procedure to properly used the brushes to make multicam. That may be of help: :thumb457675755:
Nightmare515 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014   Digital Artist
Awesome job man!
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