Phew... Took over four years of hunting pattern samples over the internet and the better part of two months to make this reconstruction, but here it finally is for the camouflage community to admire and debate over.
The American Natick pattern better known as the All Over Brush
All Over Brush consisted of swirls of colors similar to patches of grass and brush. In a poll from the Army Times in 2002, All Over Brush was voted the most popular pattern in the woodland, desert, and urban schemes. The urban and desert/urban schemes were eliminated in the first phase of testing, with woodland being eliminated during the second phase of testing. Desert All Over Brush made it through phase three and four in a modified, more all-environment friendly form.
Here we have the primary color schemes I could find: woodland, desert, urban, desert/urban and phase III (universal scheme). These are subject to adjustment if I can find clearer sample images. The last pattern is DPM 94 Temperate.
This pattern is INSANELY rare to find in any detail, mostly because it was rejected in the camo tests in the early 2000s.
I have a theory why: it looked too much like the British DPM. DPM was considered the most effective camouflage pattern at the time, and the American military establishment probably got too proud and cocky (once again) to take anything looking like an European, especially British, pattern into use. Instead they just recolored the Canadian pattern. Go figure.
Recolored the patterns according to their color descriptions and using the original powerpoints as a color source and enforced color consistency. Interesting history of it in this Hyperstealth article