Your current design is still not working. features need to be clearly visible at 300 meters. You need strong black and white contrast.
All you need to do is take a Fig 12, change the rifle to an AK47 and change the face a bit and keep the rest of it exactly the same.
Stick to the original sizes/contrast........
Anything else is just another target.
Service rifle competitors NEED a facsimile to practice on..............
Thanks for your input.
The difficulty I am having is in communicating to a non >300m shooter your needs when he has only shot <10m with a pistol(on a few occasions). I hope to have accomplished this. I am not able to do the art so the process is slower.
I would LOVE a Herman style target I would buy a bunch...
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The easy way is for the designer to scan the real fig 12 into an image and import it to illustrator. He can than trace over over the shape and consolidate the details that are not needed. Tell him that the objective is to " maintain the relationship between the positive and negative spaces of the original graphics, keep the shapes of the positive space and consolidate the details". A graphic designer should understand that right the way. It should be a 1 hour work if he is good and he has the image on file already!
The end product does not even have too look like a soldier. To be honest, the figure 12 is just a jumble of white shape over a black negative space from any distance.
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^^^^^^^ this is good advice!
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