It's got me really curious, because it's always super neat and tidy.
Isn't the whole point of camo to break up the lines of the vehicle?
I can see that regardless of it being neat or not, that it would break up the line of the vehicle, but it would so much more time to just manual stick on the covers to spray only a portion of the vehicle and this would have to be done by human hands.
I understand that part of the vehicle is covered when spray civilian vehicles, because it's purely aesthetic and that the paint might be "Printed" on, but wouldn't a neat and stripey tank stand out more in the snow, regardless of it's colours and patterns, compared to one that is messily sprayed on?
Maybe it's a military thing, where they are OCD about being neat and tidy? (And with good reason for 99.9% of things)
What do you think?
Which one looks better? (Maybe I'm going for the lazy route and don't want to paint it so neatly, but this thought got me really curious)
Edited by antique_nova, 31 May 2018 - 01:43 AM.