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I was shocked, after randomly deciding to check the BBC news website on a long boring car journey up to Manchester, to see a 'Breaking News' headline announcing he death of Gerry Anderson at the age of 83.
For as long as I can remember, I've enjoyed his work, from watching the same two episodes of Thunderbirds on VHS at the age of four, to my discovery of UFO and Space: 1999 on ITV4 just a few years ago. There was a quality about his work that allowed it to be appreciated on multiple levels at different ages. When you're little, you're enthralled by the thrilling stories (and of course, the explosions), and as you get older, you come to appreciate the effort that went into making each episode of his series and the enormously high quality of the model work, on top of continuing to enjoy them for being fun, engaging entertainment. Yes, they could sometimes look dated (UFO immediately springs to mind) but that didn't take away from their otherwise being very good telly.
Gerry Anderson was a man filled to the brim with creativity and a unique talent that fed the imaginations of so many young (and older) children across the decades. There wasn't another like him.
Favorite visual artistQuite a few.Favorite moviesStar Wars; the Star Trek movies (well, most of them); The Great Escape; many, many, more...Favorite TV showsDoctor Who; Sarah Jane Adventures; Star Trek (all of them except Enterprise, which I haven't watched); Monty Python; The Goodies; many, many, more...Favorite bands / musical artistsBuddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Beatles, most 50s rock and roll.Favorite booksToo many to list.Favorite writersIsaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury, Douglas Adams, Ray Bradbury, a few more...Tools of the TradeOne mechanical pencil and lots of Promarkers. Also HeroMachine 3. And occasionally Photoshop.Other InterestsDrawing, reading, leaving homework until the last minute...