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.

Clients whose work appears here, include Cambridge University Press,  Shuters, Maskew Miller Longman.