When it comes to digital camouflage, there is a right and a wrong way to utilize sharp-cornered 'pixels'. Effective camouflage is much more than a mosaic of squares and rectangles. There is both mathematical theory and artist wisdom that goes into crafting a working camo. PenCott GreenZone is designed to blend into tropical, heavy-wooded environments. It works well for hunting as well as tactical applications.
The distribution of pixels, comprised of only four colors, at such a small scale creates the illusion of a many tones as the eye blends them together. Not unlike the screen toning process of printed newspapers, the artwork succeeds when viewed at a distance. Pixelated screens may have dominated the lifestyle of modern society, but PenCott's one-of-a-kind digital camouflage is for those who dare to leave their virtual space for an experience you can't download.
PenCott Camo is different than any other camouflage option available in the market today. Seeing a photograph of the GreenZone doesn't do it justice at all. In person, there's no denying how slick and effective these patterns are. In the outdoors, sometimes matte black just isn't going to cut it. If you need some breakup to help you blend in, PenCott GreenZone is a worthy candidate for you to consider, alongside BadLands and SnowDrift.