Beginning to think I should have called it "Unstealthy Formation"! They are both commonly called stealth aircraft, they just happen to be demonstrating their load capability under situations which don't require the lowest possible radar signature.
All I am saying is in real life these two fighters don't have their weapons on their wings. They both have a special weapons compartment inside the aircraft. I have seen the F-22 in person and seen the weapons compartment. That is one way on how they are both able to keep such a good stealth look on radar. I have very strong views on the looks of aircraft and when I see something I know to be wrong I feel the need to point it out so the error can be fixed at some point. You may like this look better but then it takes away from the realism of the aircraft.
You could argue that as of this very moment, the aircraft in real life cannot carry all the stores I have depicted, particularly the air to ground weaponry shown on the F-35. However, as you've seen, the aircraft are being fitted with the external pylons to carry such items so I'm sure we'll see them in the future.
Clearly you are too daft to know that those photos are only showing what's possible if someone wanted it like that. When you put stuff on the wings like that the jets loose their STEALTH abilities. I have talked to real pilots in the Airforce about that stuff and for combat missions all weapons are carried in a weapons compartment to help with their stealth abilities.
In your comment you simply stated that the F-35 & F-22 don't have their weapons on the wings. I have shown that they are both capable of external carriage of stores and that your assertion that something is wrong in my picture is incorrect.
I am quite aware of the fact that adding external stores to an aircraft increases it's RCS and that as such, external loads would likely only be carried after the majority of air & ground threats had been eliminated by aircraft flying in a low RCS configuration, or by cruise missiles, etc...
Sweet! They look cool. I recognized the F-22 right away, but I did have to look at the description for the other one. I'm going to let my geek show a little and admit the reason I know the F-22 so well is because in the Transformers live action movies, Starscream's alt-mode is an F-22. And he's always been a favorite of mine, so I paid close attention to him (and F-22s in general) whenever I saw him (or them). Yes, I'm a geek.