This is a set of close-ups from my first pre-production art piece for "Empire State Patrol". Here we get a zoomed-in look at a few of the points of interest in that picture, including a better look at the rocket's dashboard than you usually get to see in these.
In my "Retropolis" pictures, the rockets are always pretty much street legal (well, except that they don't travel on streets) - but for the purposes of the story here, they tend to be heavily armed. My guns are mainly kitbashed from historical military models that I've cheerfully looted and modified - here, if I remember rightly, from a WWII era Howitzer. That technology merges pretty smoothly with the vintage science fiction air of my 1930's rockets and rayguns.
If you've watched the Nova York city previews I've posted in scraps, you may recognize the buildings in the background.