If you don't want to create them yourself then you could get a book on cartoon drawing. I will usually have a section on various parts of the body and face. It should have a full page just on drawing mouths. Scan it into your computer, crop the individual images, and use something like Corel Trace to convert them to vector. Resize and import. There you go...
Or not use it at all and use Crazy Talk? It may work for your needs. I have never used it so I can't vouch for its effectiveness but you can check out the galleries and see if it is good enough for your needs.
Well, i wanted the same thing but couldn't find any mouths so i had to resort to making my own (I didn't like the way that all of them were always smiling) but I can give you mine in an attachment if you give me your email, and if you don't want to send it to me publicly as a post then just email me about it: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, this is a bit of an old thread but perhaps InfoCentral knows the answer.
I want to do the same as you and add new phenome mouth shots but don't know how. Could someone enlighten me as to how?
I've got the Mac version and I can't seem to figure out how to import the mouths into Papagaya. If anyone knows how to import or change from the standard three mouth sets that come with the Mac version, I'd appreciate it.