Scribbly is versatile.
Good for heartwarming or serious stories and a fast style for storyboards ~ all the info, action and emotion can be effortlessly included.
Use this style for when your end-users are used to conservative pictures. In other words, images that are simply telling a story or bringing information, but there is still some space for a bit of artistry! Conservative doesn’t have to mean boring. Scribbly can give huge amounts of information, along with light and shade, texture and emotion. A very hard-working, useful style.
Pure Pencil in a Scribbly style can be good when the book’s budget doesn’t allow colour. In South Africa, funds are few and costs have to be kept down for cash-strapped schools to be able to afford books. The paper used for printing sometimes has to be cheaper and thinner than the more high-end books. So pencil in a Scribbly style gives less show-through from the other side of the page. As mentioned under Pure Pencil, the scanning and colour balance of pencil drawings must be done skillfully.