Is Camouflage very popular on homebuilt aircraft? Well..... I think it's interesting, so I was looking around on the web for info. on how aircraft are/were camouflaged and why... I didnt come up with what I was expecting, but did come up with a bit of information on ground camouflage and a little on aircraft... I thought it was interesting none the less. An article... although a few of the pics. are photo shoped rather poorly, comparitivly speaking... I thought the real picture of a fake canopy was pritty cool. http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com...ns-successfully-tested-for-aircraft/index.php Here is a link to some ok presentations on what the new (Macro/Micro & Sym-ax) camo is, and kinda how it is applied to vehicles and stuff. http://www.marcorsyscom.usmc.mil/sites/marpat/marpat_pattern.asp I tried contacting the Dr. but I guess he doesnt have that address anymore. Scroll down a wase and read teh Theory of Camouflage http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camouflage and that's all I could come up with.:ermm: I sappose if you dont want to come up with your own you could alwase just try to copy one that looked cool, or you thought would work good. I've been trying to camouflage some things by what those presentations had on them.. but I just cant figure out where all that sym-ax stuff would go for something like an airplain; too many curves and stuff... but just squareing everything off and using a few different colors looked like camo... I cant say if it would work very well or not though.