This beauty of Huronna's. Gorgeous colours, tube and design. This unique one of Flagryl's intrigues me. And this one from. Adele. Vivid with a wonderful tube. This one of Nickels is an all time favourite of mine. Tramps adorable Panda tag.
Love this one of Huronna's. There are many more that I love. Let's see what you like. I will add more. I can't go too far back since I lost a lot when my computer crashed.
This is not going to be easy as I have so many favorites. First this one from Mary. When I first saw it, I must have shook the whole house laughing. Mary has the kookiest sense of humor on many of her tags and this is a perfect example of it.
One of the most unique taggers was Nickel. I will be the first to admit that I was so envious of her talent. She could take a simple image and make it unique, or a tutorial and she would switch it around to make it all her own
Another great tagger that has gone MIA is Tramp. She could go from very weird, to sweet in a blink of an eye. Usually there was a message on her tags, and many times it was with more than one meaning.
Adele has been very active recently. In past years she would pop in and I was lucky enough to get this wonderful tag. Not only great animation but things that make me giggle are some of my favorites.
And then we have Karla. She did two things, either scraps galore or PTU kits from her friend GIT. You never knew what she was coming up with.This ina a bright and cheery tag, though the ones using GIT were usually in very dark colors
I will have more, but it may take me a while to narrow it down to only one
I said I would have more, trying to only find one favorite from each person.
Took me a while to find this one because it's in my rotator along with 976 other images.
I normally don't care for bright colors, but when Susy posted this one years ago, I went wild.
I think it was one of the very first times that we started doing noise in small areas.
This image on the background was just stunning and I really miss seeing Susy's work. I have a lot of it, but this is one of my very favorites.
Carol, who is no longer with us, was a fantastic cutsie artist and when she made a tube and gave it to us to use, she always put it in a tag at the same time. We were always thanking each other for gifts and this one from Carol just exemplified her generosity and talent
Neophyte was another fantastic artist. she was our vector queen. Now this isn't one of the cutest or prettiest tags she ever made, but it is in my opinion the most intricate, time consuming and perfectly done animation. I've never seen anyone that could manipulate a vector like she could
I know we all have lots of snag tags made by Sue (Sabban), using the pixel people done by CL (crazy lady), but this one is dear to my heart. I was always kidding people about going after them with a we noodle for missing credits or cleavage, and who better to have helping me but my ferrets as we chase Nachos and GB.
ANd I don't exactly remember what year, but I was going out to CA and to Yosemmite. SwaneyJoe lived about 20 minutes from the hotel I was staying at and we had all these great plans to meet. Unfortunately the day before our arrival there was a rock slide that blocked the road Joe was going to have to take and to get to where I was, it would have take over 2 hours. So sAdly we never did meet....except on one of his "stickies" that he was famous for.
Inge was one of the first taggers at AL that used lots of scrap kits. She often only used the kit, but other times they made up the background when she used a tube. Most of her work was in light colors and her animations was always gently noise. She was here in the days when we really didn't do lots of WWO, we did presents for each other. This is an example of her work.
I have a few more "walk down memory land" tagger tags, but they will have to wait
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Wowzer these are all fantastic. I almost took off from my chair at your Swanee one Huronna....hilarious. It's wonderful to see all the old ones. I love the wet noodle tag. So funny. I love Inge's scrap kit tags.
It is really hard to find a favorite from a person who is a talented and proliferate tagger. I admire her ability to make word art and a tag that goes along with it and when I laugh , it makes it even better. I have so many favs of Flagryl's, it's impossible to only pick one, but here is a great one
I always thought that I could put a ton of animations in one tag, but I think Milyn won the gold medal with this one. I think she has often tried to out do herself , but I don't think anything she will ever do can out do this tag.
Grassy is another one of the few people that can work magic with scrap kits. Though she loves those Hoochie tags, she controls herself when posting at AL. I love the brightness of this tag and that it isn't a myriad of pastel colors. And the font used for the name is to dies for. Just enough sparkle to set it off.
Silk has many different styles. She most often used beautiful ladies and gorgeous backgrounds. But she also has another unique style, one that is a rarity. It's also rare that she uses it. I know I have more of these types of here, but I could only find a few snaggies. I probably blinked as I was going through my files. The font message is what draws you to the tag, everything else is accessories.
I have a few more to find, but everything takes time.
Oh! Than you Huronna! That was the tag i worked on for more than a month when I was sick with the third year of mold infestation winter chest struggles. It kept me going. It's fun to try to count the ani - the elevators take more than it seems, lol.
I had some picked out and lost my post. I have to get ready for the dr now - but I'll be back!
And Suzie, I didn't forget you, but you have so many exquisite tags. It's so much fun when we have done the same tut and the results are so different. Who else would have thought to have that "thing" in the background, but I love the colors and style. And the image is just the kind I love, love for all animals
I love this one of Lainey's... I find the juxtaposition of the offset static outline and animated filled (matching) embellishments with the underwater moon, the line of clouds, the dark blue color and the tiny bursting bling perfect for her expression of wonderment; so appropriate for the text. The tag would not work if she were more colorful. It's stellar!
This is another favorite with a quotation that is perfectly paired. The background is what really makes this elegant, reminding me of tea rooms. The bling blooms could have popped right off the fans - and they also dance; a reminder that dance is a thing of nature - another layer of the message. Susy? SS; for sure...