Children's books - a great source of beautiful building cutaways.
I was at the local children's bookshop shopping for my 2 year old and came across these two gems in the history section (which I bought for her when she turns older - in the meantime I'll er..use them as references). I might try a cutaway for this month's challenge, but it does require artistic / drafting talent....eeek!
See inside Castles - An Usborne Flap Book
A Street through time
I know what you mean. I was thinking about doing a cutaway at some point but they can get kind of complex and so far I just haven't attempted it yet. Pretty cool books though.
“When it’s over and you look in the mirror, did you do the best that you were capable of? If so, the score does not matter. But if you find that you did your best you were capable of, you will find it to your liking.” -John Wooden
* My Finished Maps
* My Challenge Maps
* My deviantArt
I imagine they've been posted before but the David Macaulay stuff is pretty good too:
Think he's got some others as well.
If you like sci-fi I think Dorling Kindersley has a line called Incredible Cross-Sections covering most of the Star Wars series. Don't know if they have them for other things but I bet they do.
Wow those David Macaulay books are great. I've ordered a couple from Amazon. Thanks for tip mearrin!
NP. They're truly awesome in every way. I saw Castle when I was a teenager at best (can't remember when for sure) and I remember looking at it for hours on end. Pretty sure it went back to the library with a hefty fine. I think they might have made one or two of them into PBS shows (our public broadcasting or "educational" network here in the states).