Heavy/Scratch: Shattered Wing F-22 Rapter

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  1. legolas grof

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    Hello everyone,
    This custom is, as usual, made out of paper wire and hotglue. I've made several other f-22's, but this time I wanted to sharpen my diorama making skills.
    In normal lighting you can't see the wire and it appears as though the pieces are floating in mid-air. Tell me what you think:
     

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  2. KINGBOTZ

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    Cool idea man, if you have an established background you plan to use for these guys, I'd paint the wiring the same color as the background.
     
  3. JaZzMan26

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  4. micky24

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    how bout you use wires from the toy boxes?the thin white flexi wires?
     
  5. legolas grof

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    Those would be way too big. The ones I'm using now are the size of a hair, and are extremly hard to see under the correct lighting.
     
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    mmm how bout removing the thing that covers it..or cover the wires with cottons to have a smoke thing effect.xD
     
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    already tryed that :)  Unfourtunutly the cotton makes it look dorky and very unrealistic

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  8. micky24

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    xD did you tried painting it like that one on the picture,i think it could work,it already looks good and a little detailing could make it awesome
     

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