Well, as promised here's the first result of the camo ...
Daylight was used for the photos.
Not touched up anything, only removed the masks.
Since the many variants I did the paint job a bit on my own way.
As for me, I'm very pleased
how it turned out so far with no issues in masking or paint weakness.
But have a look, compare and decide by yourself ...
Used Dark Green - Humbrol acr., Middle Stone - Vallejo acr., Own Medium Green-Mix - Revell/Humbrol acr.
The colors of the patterns are applied and shaded in different ways while the masks are still on and I preferred sharp lines. Anyway each is made with many thin layers of fairly thinned colors to give the shaded primer a chance to survive - could be done better and matched not overall after drying.
Blended up the brown with thinned white, gave some filter-mix to the medium green and did the darker green in higher density since it always looks like the most dense color of the whole camo ref. to pics.
Still have to remove all the tape from the underside.
Going to look close up now for required touchups and have to sand/polish/blend all at a first stage before clear costing/decaling/weathering the surface.
Thanks for having a look, folks! Thomas