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Pepper, Post-Conversion by amberchrome Pepper, Post-Conversion by amberchrome
This is my mechanian Buccaneer, Pepper, after her "Charger" conversion, in which the cavity behind her braincase has been expanded and adapted to accommodate a cockpit which can either seat an observer or a specially trained pilot who uses computer-controlled pressure cues to take a more active role in guidance. Pepper still retains her natural color, a blue-silver dun coloration. When not needed, the cockpit equipment, liner and glass canopy are removed and a shell colored to match Pepper's head is put in place, making her appearance normal for a mechanian jet when not doing that kind of work.
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quasarsmom Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I have to ask, did Pepper settle for one of her two suitors (I preferred Lewis myself)? Or is she happily single?
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amberchrome Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2016  Professional General Artist
She eventually opted for Lewis, and had one more child by him. He had a crash that left him grounded for a couple of years while he worked his way back to fitness, but he's a good dad, and that's what matters. 
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quasarsmom Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Good, that has been bugging for awhile now. 
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captainflynn Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012
Very very good :)
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thedrawliner Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Blackburn Buccaneer FTW !
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Red-Tomcat Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2010
Jetty :D
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sharkplane77 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2010
lol, as a plane having a cockpit installed in my braincase would scare me to death! :giggle:
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amberchrome Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2010  Professional General Artist
Not really "in", but behind. The cavity already occurs there as a natural protective "crash space" for the brain. They just open it up and expand it, though strict measures must be taken to keep it clean and to make sure the equipment is perfectly fitted to avoid the development of blisters and lesions.
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sharkplane77 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2010
yeah, i would figure they would be extremely careful when doing surgeries like that. lol, i keep thinking of those brain surgeries where the patient is awake and they make them recite the alphabet while they tweek with the patient's brain :XD: i figure that would be easier to do with planes because of the cavity =D
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