I hope this is the right forum in which to post this. I'm Denis Loubet, and I did most of the art for the original Wing Commander. Glen Johnson did the character faces, and I did the cockpits, backgrounds, and scramble animations. Also the explosions and debris. Plus I assembled and touched up the cover, which as everyone guessed, was not a simple screenshot. Currently I'm trying to work directly for my fans through Patreon and Drawmycharacter. Right now my audience consists mostly of Ultima fans, but I'm curious as to how much the Wing Commander community likes my work on the early games as opposed to the Hollywood productions of WCIII and IV. I'm here to answer any questions you might have about the early days of Wing Commander from the artists perspective, and would love to hear your critiques both positive and negative of the work I did for it. I feel I should include at least one picture in this post, so here's a Star Wars character drawing I did for a Drawmycharacter customer: Argh. Can't post a link until I have 10 posts. Imagine cool Star Wars picture here. Most of my drawings are fantasy based, because most of my fans are Ultima fans. But if I get some Wing Commander patrons, I can do more science fiction based art! If you want to see a bunch of art, please visit my website. There are seemingly endless galleries of my stuff. Enjoy! (Again, I can't post links until I have 10 posts. Sigh.) Do a Google search for Denis Loubet, and my site should be at the top. Search Patreon for my name. And Drawmycharacter is a page on my site.