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TERRAN REPUBLIC (Space Wings) - S-F133 Falchion aerospace superiority fighter — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Work-In-Progress
Filesize: 123.92 Kb · Dimensions: 781 x 427 · Uploaded: 08 Apr 2018 - 09:09 ET

And now I present to you the S-F133 Falchion aerospace superiority fighter. This baby was just developed by the Terran Republic's R&D department. The Falchion combines the sheer firepower and missile hardpoint loadout of a heavy fighter (not to mention the shielding), the maneuverability of a medium fighter, and the speed of a light interceptor. However, in order to make all those concessions possible... it also has the hull integrity of a light interceptor. However, so long as those shields remain active, the Falchion is a very well-armed and defended aerospace fighter. The design of the Falchion from an odd blend of the Sukhoi Su-47 and the Act on Instinct dropship from the game Destiny.

The S-F133 Falchion aerospace superiority is the concept of Terry Sender.
Additional Credits: Based off of the Sukhoi Su-47 and the Act on Instinct dropship from Destiny.
And now I present to you the S-F133 Falchion aerospace superiority fighter. This baby was just devel...
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TERRAN REPUBLIC (Space Wings) - S-F107E Katana medium multirole — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Finished Piece
Filesize: 61.80 Kb · Dimensions: 770 x 384 · Uploaded: 08 Apr 2018 - 08:54 ET

Next up (and this is actually more of a completed piece of art for this aerospace fighter), we have the S-F107E Katana medium multirole aerospace fighter. With a mix of light and heavy cannon mounts and a decent blend of missiles and a pretty decent acceleration rate, the Katana is basically the F-14 Tomcat of the Terran Republic, though the design is more based off of a combination of the F-15 Strike Eagle and a Dassault Rafale. The combination of cannon and missile hardpoints keep the Katana effectively your all-purpose aerospace fighter that can handle just about any mission tossed its way.

The S-F107E Katana medium multirole is a concept by Terry Sender.
Additional Credits: Based off of the F-15 Strike Eagle and the Dassault Rafale.
Next up (and this is actually more of a completed piece of art for this aerospace fighter), we have ...
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TERRAN REPUBLIC (Space Wings) - S-F122B Stiletto light interceptor — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Work-In-Progress
Filesize: 17.32 Kb · Dimensions: 720 x 540 · Uploaded: 08 Apr 2018 - 07:55 ET

This is it. The design that got everything rolling again with Space Wings the Terran Republic light interceptor, the S-F122B Stiletto. Based heavily off of the design of the Northop/McDonnell Douglas bid for the ATF back in the 1990s. Sure, the YF-23 Black Widow II failed to win the bid for the next ATF of the United States, but it gets to live a new sort of glory here with my Space Wings project.

The S-F122B Stiletto light interceptor is the concept of Terry Sender.
Additional Credits: Based off of the YF-23 Black Widow II produced by Northop/McDonnell Douglas
This is it. The design that got everything rolling again with Space Wings the Terran Republic ligh...
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A PIRATE I WAS MEANT TO BE! — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Fan Art - Game · Classification: Finished Piece
Filesize: 355.75 Kb · Dimensions: 1020 x 1320 · Uploaded: 06 Apr 2014 - 03:23 ET

"TRIM THE SAILS AND ROAM THE SEA!"

So, thanks to a friend of mine, Shamus, I got this fantastic image done of one of my favorite non-anthropomorphic furry heroes done (by Lord Dirk, a speedy artist), Guybrush Threepwood. Of course, he's looking just a tad over-confident in this image. Something must have just made ol' Captain Threepwood proud.

He probably has a bunch of destroyed porcelain in that barrel he's using as a foot-step or something.
Referenced Source: The Secret of Monkey Island II: LeChuck's Revenge
"TRIM THE SAILS AND ROAM THE SEA!" So, thanks to a friend of mine, Shamus, I got this fantastic i...
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Unnamed FF7/FF:T game Timothy Linn Carolina — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Rough Image
Filesize: 157.24 Kb · Dimensions: 585 x 800 · Uploaded: 05 Apr 2014 - 20:21 ET

Here's the second image for my unnamed Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG concept. This one was actually created initially by an old friend of mine, Raven. His name is Timothy Linn Carolina, and, like his sister, was also in the Marines before quitting, himself. He was actually a First Lieutenant, but also in charge of a mage team that went after the archmage terrorist a couple of years before Terri Lynn had to deal with him. Of course, his team failed, and Timothy got trapped in a soul jar and was forced to watch as the archmage personally destroyed every other person on his team... and then just released him for whatever reason (probably just assuming that Timothy wouldn't dare touch him, considering just how easily he soul jarred Timothy and then destroyed the rest of his team one by one). A year after his release, he quit the Marine corp. for psychiatric reasons, but Terri still trusts him, even if everyone else is a little... shaky about his experiences.

Seeing as Timothy was part of the Mages of the Terran Marines, needless to say he's a mage. When he's low or out of mana, he's got a swordcane to back himself back up with.

EDIT: Had to re-upload this image because I accidentally put the wrong imagine up there before.
Here's the second image for my unnamed Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG conce...
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Unnamed FF7/FF:T game Shane McDowell — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Rough Image
Filesize: 113.96 Kb · Dimensions: 693 x 800 · Uploaded: 05 Apr 2014 - 20:10 ET

And now, for the final (for now) image for my Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG idea, Shane McDowell. Shane is a hardened survivalist who couldn't give a care about all of this so-called "magic" in the worlds, and just wants to be left alone to do his thing... that is, until all this trouble starts brewing, and he finds himself caught up in the middle of it all, regardless. Being essentially a survivalist, he's got himself the basics: a shotgun to take care of things from a distance, and a survival knife for when things decide they want him to smell their breath. Personally, he's just fine using both to eliminate anything that tries to make him fail as a survivalist.

One of Shane's maneuvers in my head is to dash forward, clock the opponent with the butt of his rifle, kick them further down to the ground, kneel over the body, and stab the body with his knife. That just seems to... flow, for me.
And now, for the final (for now) image for my Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RP...
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Unnamed FF7/FF:T game Mandy Sands — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Rough Image
Filesize: 102.24 Kb · Dimensions: 685 x 800 · Uploaded: 05 Apr 2014 - 19:49 ET

And now, for the certified nutcase of my Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG idea, Mandy Sands. Of course, part of why she's so flighty is due to the nature of her species; she's a grey squirrel. She's also an apprentice air elementalist... and a wild mage on the side. This gives her an ability during the game that's just called Wild Surge; if that gets chosen, one random target on the field gets hit with one random effect... meaning she could just as easily harm one of her teammates as she could heal one of the opponents, and it wasn't her fault.

Being that she's a mage (and an insane one, at that), she's clearly a magic type. She gets the strangest weapon category in the game, though; Miscellaneous, which means she gets junk that basically no one else even wants to use to defend themselves with. She starts off with an aluminum baseball bat (which she conveniently keeps in her shed that she lives in), but can get anything else from a chainsaw to a sharpened HAM radio antennae to a lawnmower. Shades of Dead Alive, anyone?
And now, for the certified nutcase of my Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG ide...
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Unnamed FF7/FF:T game Diane Mk. 4 — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Rough Image
Filesize: 111.53 Kb · Dimensions: 568 x 800 · Uploaded: 05 Apr 2014 - 18:24 ET

And now for the art that happened after my stroke. This is one of the first ones that I did that still relates to my Final Fantasy VII/Final Fantasy: Tactics video game RPG idea. This is Diane, a mysterious black vixen that Terri meets at first while investigating an installation on her search for more clues as to who's causing all the havoc that's the source of the issues for the game in general. She'll spot Diane in the background here and there, but won't get to interact with her until she gets into a room that locks up behind her. She has to find the key in order to exit, but the room starts filling up with knock-out gas; assume the background music is one of the tracks to a particular Chumbawumba album, Tubthumper specifically, Amnesia. You have until that song is done. If you haven't found the key before the song ends, the gas takes effect. If the key is found, she unlocks the door, and then meets up with Diane.

Assuming the key wasn't found, Terri passes out... and then comes to on the campus of her high school, like she just passed out on the lawn or something. Who should be there to greet her, but... Diane, who Terri Lynn recalls as not having been one of the students she went to school with, for all four years. Turns out she's in a machine that's trying to make her think she's back in high school, and basically trying to discourage Terri from even having joined the Terra Marine Corps., and ever having been a part of the Anti-Terrorist Unit at all. Diane is there to make sure she does take the appropriate measures.

As it turns out, Diane Mk. 4 is a very convincing cyborg, and regardless will join the party once Terri Lynn clears the facility. Even though she's a warrior type, she doesn't get a ranged weapon; she does more than enough damage with her fists alone. She also can't be magically healed, though she keeps this information from the party until she's forced to get repairs.
And now for the art that happened after my stroke. This is one of the first ones that I did that st...
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Unnamed FF7/FF:T game Terri Lynn Carolina — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Concept Art · Classification: Rough Image
Filesize: 212.56 Kb · Dimensions: 585 x 800 · Uploaded: 05 Apr 2014 - 17:21 ET

Man, it's been forever since I last uploaded, hasn't it? Well, never fear, a dumb stroke and brain surgery isn't going to stop this artist cold; no, instead, it'll just be sloth and laziness that stops me dead in my tracks.

In any case, Terri Lynn Carolina is one of several characters I had in mind for a video game RPG that was supposed to be a blend of Final Fantasy VII (limit breaks) and Final Fantasy: Tactics (dynamic area for fights and necessary movement and positioning). Terri Lynn is a former Marine captain and used to lead the Terran Marine Anti-Terrorist Unit (well, one of several) before her entire team, as well as a civilian space cruise liner and the entire crew of that, was destroyed by an archmage terrorist that just didn't know when to quit... and then she filled him with more bullet holes than any one entity should live through. She's a warrior type, so no spells, but dual pistols for ranged combat and a longsword for when she wants to get "personal".

She enjoys getting "personal", let's just say.

Terri Lynn Carolina is the concept of Terry Sender.
Man, it's been forever since I last uploaded, hasn't it? Well, never fear, a dumb stroke and brain ...
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Yappy's 4th of July Birthday — By Terry Sender (mouse)
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Rating: E · Category: Furry / Anthropomorphic · Classification: Finished Piece
Filesize: 175.00 Kb · Dimensions: 960 x 720 · Uploaded: 23 Aug 2006 - 10:51 ET

Completely almost literally at the last possible moment, this is a birthday picture I did for Randy Fox (who, incidentally, is the driving force behind the Funday Pawpet Show which I participate in). As his birthday happens to fall on the 4th of July, a big combined birthday/fireworks party was held by friends.

I got this picture to Randy literally as he was just getting ready to leave the party and start heading home. The party still went on for hours afterwards, though, so I didn't entirely miss out. This does contribute to what I feel was a very rushed look to this image (not to mention I was experimenting with value/shading techniques with this), but he seemed to like it, and that's what I suppose is the most important thing.

Artwork © 2006 Terry Sender
Additional Credits: "Yappy Fox" is the creation of Randy Fox; "Terry Mouse" is the creation of Terry Sender.
Completely almost literally at the last possible moment, this is a birthday picture I did for Randy ...