Tim Peel Heads Towards The Sunset Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Update ID

Tim Peel was playing around with the Hornet model created by Howard Day and created this scene showing a pair of Hornets flying towards the sunset. It was created as just a piece of art, but I think it would fit well as a wallpaper.
I’ve noticed there isn’t a huge amount of wing-commander fan-art out there which is a shame…So I thought I’d do my part and hopefully inspire other artists out there to do the same…

Put whatever story line to the image you’d like…It’s kinda ambiguous…I figure that the Hornets are out on a Search & Rescue mission but they could be on their way to a ski resort too…Who knows? J

I think there's a pretty good amount of fan art around actually, but more is always welcome. You can see more of Tim's art at his site.

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