You have the eyes of a marksman if you can spot a deadly ‘sniper’ hiding in the woods in less than 30 seconds.

You DO have the eyes of a sniper if you can spot a deadly “sniper” hiding in the woods.

This mysterious “gunslinger” is so well camouflaged that it is almost impossible to see it through the leaves in less than 30 seconds.


Can you spot the hidden ‘sniper’ in this forest scene? Credit: kickingmustang / YouTube

The video was made by James Trouble, who runs the Kicking Mustang YouTube channel and describes himself as a “champion hide-and-seek.”

Speaking to Mail Online, he said: “I’ve always loved stealth… I was hooked on the thrill of becoming invisible.

“I think if you can see me half the time, you’re doing fine.”

In the forest scene clip, very little reveals James’s position.

But on closer inspection, it can be seen hiding in the bush in the upper left corner, just below the tree.

James has made a series of hidden sniper-style videos on his channel and even offers his followers some tips on how to find him in the clips.

He said: “The best way to spot a sniper is to look for unnatural shapes.

“Straight lines, or shadows where there shouldn’t be any. Deer in the woods are often seen by their straight horizontal backs, same goes for snipers, look for unusual lines.

“Any movement, no matter how good the camouflage is, if a person is moving, they will be detected.”

He talks about how he disguises himself to blend in with his surroundings by wearing a special suit.

He said: “It has realistic colors and the 3D leaves are arranged in natural random patterns that mimic the forest floor.

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“The suit is covered with an elastic retention system to add natural vegetation to the terrain.

“The sleeves have elongated cuffs to cover the back of the hands and an elasticated thumb loop to prevent the sleeves from riding up when crawling.”

For 12 years, James has been playing airsoft, a team shooter in which players take out opposing players by shooting them with plastic projectiles.

The video has already been viewed more than 300,000 times.

Other hidden sniper images include an image of an abandoned building in the middle of nowhere, there is danger hidden in this winter forest.

The isolated wilderness and sparse trees proved to be the perfect hiding place for this gunslinger to take aim.

The sniper deftly blended into the surroundings as artist Simon Menner captured the incredible image.

An experienced photographer was given permission to observe the archers in action with the armies of Germany, Latvia and Lithuania.

James gave his followers advice on how to recognize him in his videos


James gave his followers tips on how to spot it in his videos Credit: Kickingmustang/YouTube

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