Well, I’ve spent much of the afternoon working on …

Well, I’ve spent much of the afternoon working on my portfolio. Gathering stuff, re-printing some, and discovering much. Something I’ve been thinking about doing for about 4 years now, but I’m such a slacker… “thinking” is about as far as it’s gone — until now.

I have been pleasantly surprise at how far my sense of design has come from the early days. The early days of PageMaker and the like, prePhotoshop. Bless you if all you have to work with is PageMaker, Adobe’s feeble attempt at page layout and design software. I still have the actually software from one of the very first versions of PageMaker, consisting of about a 1/2 dozen 3.5″ floppy disks. Museum worthy!

As I gleaned through several files I realized that actually some of that early design work was really quite embarrassing! I guess at the time, I thought it looked good. YIKES!

I noticed w/i the last year or so though that my style has become much more contemporary. And while this is not earth-shaking by any means, I actually like it.

I need to find some sort of unique container to “contain” the portfolio. Don’t know what that will be just yet, but it will come to me in time.

It’s good to get started on a project that has been looming in the background of your mind for so long. A project that will never actually be finish, just ever evolving…

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