Want to spray paint your bivvy or brolly but don't know where to start or what paint to use? It's surprisingly easy.
For inspiration, take a look at these brilliant pics from Dave Lane, who had to tuck himself away on venues such as the Mere.
How to camouflage your bivvy with spray cans
1) You will need non-reflective, matt paint. Halfords does a selection of camo hues for £7.99 each. Pick three colours for the best effect.
2) Spray about a foot or so from the bivvy fabric. S-shaped patterns are a simple starting point. For a more detailed approach, try using a leaf-shaped stencil.
3) The paint will dry fairly quickly and will not impact on the fabric's waterproofing.