I make a lot of very straightforward, unmoving scans, but sometimes I like to revisit the cool little distortion techniques of the scanner. Some of the first ever scans that really pulled me into the world of compositional possibilities with a scanner were like these continuous, stretching faces. There's something very enjoyable about expanding myself (like a puffer fish) and squashing my features. It's cool how our faces can be such squishy little moons.
Here are some very early examples of stretched scans: 1, 2.