Razzle dazzle camouflage painting was not, as the photographs would have you believe, entirely black and white. [For that matter, neither was WWI itself, but that is a matter for another day.]
In any case, British camoufleur Norman Wilkinson published a camo color chart [sorry, colour chart] in the 1922 edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, which the esteemed camoölogist Roy Behrens re-created using Pantone colors. Sorry, colours.
We had some hints, and Dakis and Jeff already knew about this, of course, but for the rest of us, it’s useful to review.
Roy Behrens’ Camoupedia blog [camoupedia]
Previously: Bedazzled; Dazzle camo design lithos at RISD