Morphs Make For Muscle Fantasies


I know a lot of people don’t like muscle morphs. I don’t mind them. I think that a good morph can make for some great muscle fantasy. There ain’t nothing wrong with a little fantasy. Lets look at a few good morphs.

 

I wish I knew who the artist was.

I wish I knew who the artist was.

A cute young man who has been “enhanced” with some bigger guns. I really like the contrast between his youthful countenance and the bigger biceps. ┬áThis image also feeds my interest in guys who have overdeveloped a single muscle group.

Beefy Boy!

Beefy Boy!

Here’s a beefy boy who was made beefier with thicker muscle. He looks so powerful. I do appreciate a t-shirt that is tight over BIG muscles. I like the way the artist has ripped the sleeves to accommodate the bigger biceps.

An old morph by the artist known as Matt.

An old morph by the artist known as MBBB.

This is a great old morph that’s been around for years. Not only has the artist enhanced the body of the muscle man, he has also switched out the head. The youthful, skinnier face contrasted with the bigger, more muscular body is part of it’s appeal. I also like the way the bodybuilders in the background are un-morphed, making the subject look even bigger.

A great morph of a guy who already had a great body.

A great morph of a guy who already had a great body.

This guy actually has a great body already. But even a great body can be enhanced. I find this one very sexy.

Celebrity morph of Rupert Grint

Celebrity morph of Rupert Grint

One of the sub-genre of morphs is celebrity morphs, where pictures of celebrities are morphed, or images of their heads are added to the bodies of bodybuilders. This morph of Rupert Grint is a good example. These morphs rely on the contrast of our memory of what the celeb looks like with the image presented. I like them, especially if the celeb isn’t actually all that muscular in real life, like Rupert.