Friday, May 3, 2013

Huronna's Animated Tags Made with My Images

One of my new friends in the tagging community, Huronna, makes wonderful animated tags.  I love what she does with my art!  All of her tags are very well made with attention to detail.  This one below, using my "Unless" (The multi-layer tube is available from PSP Tube Stop for $1.80.), has animation done on her eyes, doll's left arm, kitten's eyes, and glittering ribbons & pearls.  PSP Tube Stop's Terms of Use have been recently changed to allow 'tasteful animation', which opened up a whole another dimension of possibilities.  To be honest, I had a bit of apprehension about the TOU change, but I've come to realize that the tagging community is quite possibly the most respectful of the artists' works out there.  I am delighted with what Huronna has done with my tubes.

Click on the image to see the tag full size. :)

Here's another one, using my "Lady of Compassion" tube (This multi-layer tube is available from PSP Tube Stop for $1.80.)  Some may already know, but this was an artwork done after the 2011 devastation of north eastern Japan.  So it's a very personal piece and one of my personal favorites.

Click on the tag to see it full size.

I love the overall mood of this tag.  The gentle movement reminiscent of water reflection on the columns in the background is subtle yet effective, and I love the positioning of the mother deer and how she looks up at the Lady.  The quote by George Elliot is perfect.

This next one is delightful.  It was one of my darker works (You may not think so by looking at the tube version, but the original artwork had bloody eyeballs among the glass marbles, which bring a whole new story to the seemingly innocent image of a little girl playing with a kitten. :)  The multi-layer tube of this image is available from PSP Tube Stop for $1.80.  The multiple layers included in the tube lets you play with separate elements within the original artwork, giving you a lot of creative possibilities.)

Click on the image to see this tag full size.

I love the blinking of the girl, the rolling marbles, and the moving lights within the marbles at the kitten's feet.  I had a lot of fun with this artwork, and I'm delighted to see the animated tag, adding life to the image.

And here's a tag made with my "Pansy" tube (Available from PSP Tube Stop for $1.80.  This one also is a multi-layer tube that is fun to play with.)  I think this girl's eyes beg to be animated. XD  Plus, the butterfly wings!   It's so fun to see my girls come to life.

Click on the image to see this tag full size.

Here's another tag made with one of my darker images.  This one used my "A Dark Undercurrent", a mermaid/siren who likes to collect and show off human skulls.  This tube is available at the PSP Tube Stop. I love the animated water and sparkling gems on this tag.  The overall color scheme is so harmonious and beautiful.

Click on the image to see this tag full size.

I'm going to wrap up this blog entry with three tags using my Catrina artwork.  The skull painted faces for the celebration of Dia de los Muertos are one of my favorite things to paint.  Thank you, Huronna, for allowing me to post your wonderful animated tags! :)




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