Here are some of minehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/31905569@N ... hotostream
This is Crye Multicam in standard form. MTP is similar. This will help you with the pattern - the colours have been saturated in photoshop.http://www.flickr.com/photos/31905569@N ... hotostream
The base colouring is a mix of brownish khaki, green, khaki yellow and sand colours. I used Vallejo US Field Drab 70.973, Luftwaffe Camo Green 70.823, Middlestone 70.882 and Iraqi Sand 70.819. You could substitute other colours as the exact shades are not vital.
Paint the whole figure in Middlestone, and then add blobs of Green and Field Drab. Next, drybrush the whole thing with Sand.
Compare the result with photographs and adjust until it looks right. Using very dilute paint add more patches of Middlestone, Green and Sand until you are happy with the result.
Then I added small dots and squiggles in “almost white” (possibly GW Bleached Bone mixed with GW Skull White) and black (GW Chaos Black). Note that on the real uniforms, these appear as horizontal groups of dots and squiggles.
I used Army Painter Strong Tone applied very thinly with a brush to black line the details. If I were to do some more, I would probably use GW Devlan Mud wash. I suggest that you dilute the wash and apply in thin layers, until you are happy with the result.
Mick (Mick in Switzerland)