I wanted to see what Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor would look like with various paint schemes. Here are some example colors which may be expanded upon in the future.
Row 1 (from left to right):
1) The standard "low-observable gray" paint scheme as currently used by the United States Air Force.
2) The paint scheme used by the Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron of the United States Air Force.
3) The paint scheme used by the Blue Angels air demonstration squadron of the United States Navy.
4) The camoflage paint scheme commonly seen on the F-105 Thunderchief during the war in Vietnam.
Row 2 (from left to right)
5) The black paint scheme used by the Su-47 technology demonstrator produced in Russia.
6) A "Tiger Meet" paint scheme as originally used on one of Canada's CF-18 Hornets.
7) The "Arctic Aggressor" paint scheme as referenced from an F-15.
8) The "Orange Lion" paint scheme as originally seen on one of the F-16s used by the Royal Netherlands F-16 Demoteam.
9) A paint scheme inspired by that used on the B-2 Spirit.
10) A paint scheme seen on Israel's F-15s.
11) The paint scheme as used on the Su-37.
12) The paint scheme used on the YF-22 (take note that the YF-22 and F-22A are not the same plane).
The F-22 Raptor is a trademark of Lockheed Martin.