Colour schemes varied with the type of country in which they were used. Normally service green was used in the United Kingdom but green with brown and dark grey (or variations of this theme) were used in war-time European theatres; and sand with or without charcoal and black (or pale blue-grey) were used for desert camuoflage. Dazzle camouflage was also used in fairly regular patterns. The colours consisted of yellow ochre, red-brown, blue and dark green (similar to the early tanks of this period). The tyres are light grey, the colour of natural rubber. The bronze green seen on the vehicle below is a typical post-war colour.