Found this in an article about Jadgtigers some time ago. Until now I had known the scheme, but wasn't aware of its purpose until a friend put two and two together. From what I remeber, it is an urban scheme, devised to help break up the shape from aerial observers (attack aircraft). Used late in the war to help protect jadjtigers from one of their many threats.
However the only reference I can find on it this model, which the painter lists as a "night fighting" camo scheme. He's taken artist liscense in colour choice, as the article was non-specific in what colours, just its descriptions....which was cobblestone.
I will post the article or source as soon as I find it again. If anyone knows of it already, it'd be appreciated.
The colours, warm and cool greys, were probably made by mixing the standard grey with other colours. The end result is visually impressive and will give a nice selection for urban environments other than the two tone brown/grey, (especially when we get the improved camo system)
Edited by Skygunner, May 06 2012 - 17:39.