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December 20, 2006



From around first to third grade, I couldn't stop drawing pictures of secret islands. I always included mountains, caves, and secret underground hideouts (but I always had so much trouble drawing the trees).

Stingr_02 And, of course, a helicopter pad and boat dock were always necessary features.

Maybe that's why I so enjoy these cross-sections by Graham Bleathman. They illustrate the worlds of Gerry Anderson's "fab" T.V. shows: Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, and Stingray.

Bleathman has also released books of his cross-sections, a few of which can still be found.

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i for one, am shocked that as a child you liked to draw pictures of secret islands.

Posted by: david pasquinelli | Dec 20, 2006 4:14:26 PM

Those paintings are brilliant.

And that's yet another book I Must Own.

Posted by: Scott Elyard | Dec 22, 2006 1:37:24 PM

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