With hard edge camouflage, that might be feasible, but this is soft edge camo. How do you envision that? No critics here, just looking for guidance...
In truth I'm not sure, I've only managed to paint two kits so far and I'm rubbish with an airbrush so when I want to create tonal variation within panels I tend to use a variation on dry-brushing.
Not sure if the process has a name? But for want of anything better let's call it dry-blending, ...
...I start by creating a slightly lighter colour of the base and using an old brush with most of the paint removed...as in standard dry-brushing...I start to stipple the colour in random circular motions, starting in the centre and moving outwards.
I then repeat the process a number of times until I'm happy with the results...each repeat is with a slightly lighter colour and each time the area covered gets smaller. I do this with oils, but enamels would work as it's best if the previous layers are still wet so that they blend together...don't know about acrylics, ?
I've never tried it on hard edged, multi-camouflaged kits, but I think it would work?