These young Spanish dancers, (who were actually quite pretty and very cute), have been grotesquely deformed by the brutal Liquib Warp Tool.  The Revulsify Warp Style was used, and the Full Image Warp option was set, causing the entire photo to be Warped.  (Also see below.)
Liquib Warped Spanish Dancers
This atrocity on those sweet Spanish dancers was again committed by the Warp Tool, this time using the Lumpify Warp Style.  While a Warp is being applied (while the left mouse button is still down), the mouse can be moved left-right and/or up-down to adjust certain parameters interactively, depending on the currently chosen Mouse Actions.  For these pictures, the Rotate / Variation choice was selected so that dragging the mouse left-right would rotate the Warping counterclockwise-clockwise, while up-down mouse shifts would switch to different Warp Variations.  That made it simple to experiment with a great number of possibilities and immediately see the results.  Mouse Actions could alternatively be set to Move X / Y, Complexity / Intensity, X Shift / Y Shift or X Stretch / Y Stretch.  Even after a Warp has been finalized by unclicking the left mouse button, it's still possible to alter the results by using the Adjust/Recreate function.  (One more example follows below.)
Liquib Warped Spanish Dancers
This Warpation of the poor girls was relatively subtle, mostly just affecting their faces.  The Full Image Warp option was unchecked, and the Warp Size was set low so that only a small area would be distorted with each Warp.  Four separate Warps were applied, one to each of their faces.  Two of them used the Lumpify Style and the other two used RevulsifyComplexity, Intensity, Variation and Rotate parameters were also varied.  (No girls were actually harmed in the production of these pictures.)
Liquib Warped Spanish Dancers