Is there anyone who can find me some pictures of people faces painted with camo? I would like to know te proper technique if possible. Any pros and cons to using this? I have had my bowstring snag my face mask to many times and throw my shot off.
Your highlights of your face are the nose bridge , forehead , chin and ckeek bones. We were taught to paint them dark..they are the shiny parts of your face. The lighter pastel colors go on the rest of your face. .
Considering when we're hunting we aren't hiding from someone who will shoot back, just paint your face to break up the outline. There is no particular pattern that works better than others.
The prey must have the predator, just as the predator needs the prey. One without the other is something less. The wolf without the deer becomes a dog. The deer without the wolf becomes a cow. And what does man become?
I hate grease paint as much as I hate a mask. They used to make a powder camo which would wipe off at the end of the day. Need paint thinner to remove that grease stuff.I tried a scent-loc hood and I can't hear a thing so I usually use a pull up mask and keep it down until things heat up.>>>>>Whack!
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.
I used to wear the net over my face with the hat and kind of got out of the habit. I don't even bother to cover my face anymore in the tree stand. Deer will sometimes look right at me, but If I don't move, it doesn't seem to bother them. If I hunted on the ground or hunted turkeys, it might be a different story, though.