Many years ago I noted that my favorite artists all tend to be fairly good at caricature.
I've struggled with caricature myself.
Everyone has the potential of a caricature artist in them and with A:M they can easily do it themselves.
Isn't this a better response to the oft asked question from new users; "How can I animate my images?"
Of course they really mean "How can I convert my images to 3D.
But perhaps its better to take their question literally?
In the end they'll learn not only how to animate their images but how to better ask their questions. Then having learned how to animate their images they'll be better prepared to apply what they've learned with 3D objects in space and time.
Of course you can animate images in Animation:Master!
This particular project consisted of a 6 x 5 mesh grid with a static single image decal.
Using sequential images to create lipsync or squash and stretch effects, increasing the density of the mesh, or animating the grid in 3D perspective adds to the fun.
Free with every subscription.
(Disclaimer: I have no idea who this guy is. He was the subject of a drawing tutorial at www.drawspace.com and I appropriated his image.)