~ Emily Dickinson
My youngest offspring likes to draw family members in unconventional ways. For instance, she once drew each of us as a different kind of candy. (I was a Reese's cup.) I have a fond memory of her drawing us as giraffes, although I'm not sure where that picture is. Somewhere, I have nubby horns and a long neck.
Most recently, she drew me as a Jack (Jill?)-in-the-box:
It's like having a make-over, only less trouble. :-) If you don't have somebody who wants to reinvent you, there are other options:
* On iLibrarian, they offer a list of things to do with your photos that includes making comic strips and photo widgets.
*On PhotoFunia, you can put your face on a coin, in a Klimt artwork, on a billboard, on the Mona Lisa...the list goes on.
* Morph your face on Face of the Future transformative project.
* On Dumpr, you can take a photo and make it into a pencil sketch, which they suggest you can print out and color.
* If you're interested in drawing people as anthropomorphic animals, eHow has instructional videos, such as this one about how to draw an anthropomorphic wolf.