Freddie The Fox is Finally Here… and I’m on TV!
Posted 3 years ago and submitted by Joanna Scott | Share link: http://illo.cc/51094

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Well, I’ve been working hard all summer to get all the illustrations done for children’s book Freddie The Fox, and he’s now arrived, through my door as a fully fledged children’s book.
There is something wonderful about seeing your work in print or on products at the shops and I still get a thrill from that.

Written by author Ron Black and published by new small press publisher Skycat, Freddie is about a fox who isnt that great at being a fox and to be honest would rather shop
at Mr Bescos than try catching anymore grumpy geese! its also part colouring book which makes it extra special.

Some of the illustrations will be on show during my TV debut on Create and Craft Shopping Channel, where I’ll be demonstrating how to draw and stuff like that…. The show is called imaginative illustration and
airs at 3pm on Saturday 13th September……Freeview 36 Sky 671 Virgin 748 Freesat 813……

In the meantime you can buy Freddie The Fox from Amazon (check out the link below) and get colouring!

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Joanna Scott
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Joanna has worked as an artist and illustrator for over twenty years with her work sold both nationally and internationally for clients ranging from Shreds for Harrods and Selfridg… Show more.

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Joanna was a dream to work with as an illustrator. As a publisher I am always looking for people who can take initiative and still provide me with exactly what I want, Joanna was amazing and seemed to read my mind, knowing what would work even if I didn't. Her work was excellent but it was her attitude to the work that would make me happy to work with her again.
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