Instead of horses, the five senses plus two for good measure, are all attached to a riderless stagecoach with baggage. The seven senses run along the ground.
The first sense to substitute for horses are a pair of hands representing touch and feeling, both running along the ground next to each other. The next six senses are two by two next to each other. Ears for hearing and eyes for seeing, nose for smelling and mouth for taste. A pyramid represents the sixth sense: the third eye, intuition, psychic, ESP. The seventh sense represents ability to sense internal organs, the spiritual miracle of love, the ability to manipulate matter with the mind such as telekinesis. The background scene is of the desert in the daylight, sand and mountains, blue sky with clouds, and a cactus fill out the colored illustration.
Concept, color by Lee Serenethos. Drawn by Terry Wampler.