Featured Illustrator:

Loretta Schauer

Quick fire questions

When is your most productive time to work?  Afternoon/early evening.or when a deadline is looming!
Drawing item you can’t live without?  Staedtler Mars  2mm clutch pencil with 4B leads.
What music puts you in your groove?  I listen to history or science series on the radio. (Music distracts me).
Age of child you most love to draw?  6 or 7.
If you were an animal, what would you be?  A Bird.
Favourite, yes only one, children’s book of all time?  The Gashlycrumb Tinies by Edward Gorey.
Illustrator, author from any time you most admire?  Tim Burton.

From ‘Eduardo the Magnificent’. Personal work

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Early character sketches for Burple in A Monster’s Moved In.

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Endpapers from ‘The Good Little Bad Little Pig’, Parragon 2014.

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From ‘The Good Little Bad Little Pig’, Parragon 2014.

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More llama sketches for ‘Llamas Love Pyjamas’. Personal work.

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Llama sketches for ‘Llamas Love Pyjamas’. Personal work.

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Wrong pyjamas, from ‘Llamas Love Pyjamas’. Personal work.

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From ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, Little Tiger Press 2013

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From ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, Little Tiger Press 2013

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Incy’s clue for Little Bear - from my graphic novel. Personal work.

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The Three Bear’s Cottage - from my graphic novel. Personal work.

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The Goldilocks Gang - from my graphic novel. Personal work.

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From ‘Beauty and the Beast’, Harper Collins 2012.

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From ‘Beauty and the Beast’, Harper Collins 2012.

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Bus Stop. Personal work.

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The Visit. Early personal work.

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From ‘A Monster’s Moved In’ Little Tiger Press 2015

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From ‘A Monster’s Moved In’ Little Tiger Press 2015

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Peas for Dinner. Initial character ideas for ‘Beauty and the Beast’

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Berlotti’s Plan, from ‘Eduardo the Magnificent’. Personal work

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