The perspective, as you've probably already noticed, may have a couple of mistakes. The only reference i had while drawing the 3D view was a toy YF-22, but thanks to this I've learned some tips for the next time i do something similar. Practice makes the master!
A close-futuristic two seater STOVL aircraft concept i had in mind. With a size comparable to that of an F-35B, features stuff like vector thrust, active aeroelastic wings and 2 folding points on each one for easier storage on carriers. A single main engine fed by the top intakes provides the impulse in normal flight. In VTOL flight, its power is redirected vertically, while a second and smaller engine placed near the front part and directly fed by the frontal intakes provides stabilization. To reach the top speed (Mach 2.3, approximately), the front engine can be used along the main one, rotating the jumpjet noozles. Using just the internal tanks, the approximate range is about 2.800 km. The main weapons bay can hold up to 4 missiles or a variety of bombs, while the side bays host 2 close air to air sidewinder missiles. Also, 4 external hardpoints can be used to mount additional fuel tanks or rocket pods.
PD: Abenza Aeronautics isn't a real company. It's just a little gag based on my surname lolololol