Survival Lilly's Super Shelter
Only camouflage on one side is not correct camouflage. First off you're trying to camouflage to hide from a invasive or threatening force or person. To correctly camouflage you want what you are hiding from sight (naked eye sight) to be overseen and blend in with the surrounding geological environment. The only possibly way to properly camouflage what I am looking at in this video depiction would be an entrenched shelter. This version of camouflage on the 1/4 side of the bugout shelter sticks out like a sore thumbs. Looks like a big bump on the earth and would at best look like an animal den to the untrained eye. You would need to make your shelter blend in with not only the surrounding terrain but the vegetation. I'll say this about the shelter camouflage aside; it's superb! Bravo! I love it! However as a recon expert (man tracker/enemy combatant locator with 18 yrs and 42 months in hostile territory on real world missions) poor camouflage which I see here will get you killed and giving you a false sense of security. Also remember Lilly and your fans, in the modern age people can purchase inferred (white hot/black hot) thermal vision devices over the counter or off the Internet. So long gone are the days of noise and light discipline in a hostile environment. You have night vision devices as well, combine thermal vision and night vision devices you have the odds stacked against you. You must entrench to truly be hidden. You must practice noise, light, smell and heat discipline now in the modern era. If this were a TEOTWAWKI or SHTF bugout real world situation you would not only have to hide from individuals, you would have to hide from military units, law enforcement, invading military forces and also criminal elements or fanatics. Any drone or military aircraft to include civilian would spot you easily with the before mentioned technology. You would fare better by two measures only and that's to dig in and cover with earth or cave dwell.