At our recent annual retreat the Board of Directors, executive leadership, management, staff, interns, volunteers, and special guests selected N as the letter that best epitomizes our mission-driven 2019 portfoliolongo.com efforts. From our family to yours, Happy Holidays and, if applicable, Merry Christmas.
Annyth and I are once again happy to share our annual Christmas letter, a tradition many of you look forward to all year long. This year it’s F. Happy holidays from everyone here at portfoliolongo.
As is our holiday custom, the staff at portfoliolongo.com puts out an Annual Christmas Letter, click here for previous letters. This year’s letter is Q. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Digital iPad art done mainly in SketchClub on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil
For the past few years we’ve put out our annual Christmas letter digitally, and this year it’s capital E. Click here to see small t and h. We like to keep’em short.
Paper 53, Procreate, iColorama
Enjoy this year’s letter! Last year, you may recall, the letter was h; but, there was no music. This year is different. Thanks for visiting, and all the very best to you, your family, and loved ones!
Santa’s Mood, an original portfoliolongo.com holiday tune:
Behold! Pencil by FiftyThree Digital Stylus under my Christmas tree!
Yes! The PENCIL is a familiar theme here at portfoliolongo; but, this pencil ushers us deeper into a few more digital neighborhoods of the 21st century. Pencil by FiftyThree opens up additional features and more potential in Paper by FiftyThree, 53 Paper, Paper 53, Fifty Three Paper, or whatever it’s name is. At any rate I’ll be spending more time with this instrument in this app.
It was my dearest Annyth who surprised me with this thoughtful gift; but wait, there’s more!
Uphold! She also got me a Spider Monkey by Octa! Now, while I engage in iPad drawing, my left hand is free to do other things, while its mate handles a stylus or devotes a finger. This “tablet tail” is a huge ergonomic development!
Here’s my first stab with the new arrangement:
Annyth caught me:
(Credit goes to my wife for the title.)