Here's an illustration I remember very fondly from the included adventure module, The Warriors of White Light, in which the characters enlist in the Royal Marines of Clarion, a human-controlled star system beset by space pirates and other interstellar bad guys. Serendipitously, the starship to which the characters are assigned is called the Osprey, the same name used in The Travellers comic I mentioned yesterday.
I'm fond of Jim Holloway's artwork, so I'm not a good person to judge the merits of this particular illustration. Still, it brings back fond memories and encapsulates some of the feel of that era of gaming (1983). It's the tail end of the Golden Age (or solidly in the Electrum, if you prefer) and the hobby hasn't yet become so self-serious that goofy pieces like this are out of place. Yet, for all its goofiness, there's a strange kind of "weight" to it, with "realistically" drawn starships, equipment, and, most of all, people. None of the dudes posing with the Dralasite look like Hollywood actors or underwear models. And when was the last time you saw a burly, bearded guy in a Tam on the cover of a SF RPG product? Yep, those were the days.