Thursday, February 28, 2013

Mortal Kombat: Frost

Marie-Claude Bourbonnais as FrostMarie-Claude Bourbonnais as Frost

Marie-Claude Bourbonnais as FrostMarie-Claude Bourbonnais as Frost

Our last Cosplay installment was Jade from Mortal Kombat, this time it’s the beautiful Marie-Claude Bourbonnais as Frost. Now placing bets on who would win in a match.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Strong Women in History: Ethel Hart

Ethel Hart
Ethel Hart was an American dancer and strongwoman. Miss Hart added more muscle everyday through her dancing performance. She could take her male dancing partner weighing over 200 lbs and throw him over her head. She also was a weightlifter and could lift 200 lbs over her head with ease. This muscular beauty believed that every woman should be fighting fit. She favored boxing and wrestling for women and said that women shouldn’t be condent to be known as the weaker sex.

Source: Strongaly

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Artist Spotlight on Wreck Shop

Wreck Shop
Artist EJ Morges may not have an instantly recognizable name, but his Wreck Shop brand is well known to many female muscle fans.

Born in Arkansas, EJ grew up in California and attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City. He stayed to follow his dream of working as a professional illustrator in the comic book industry.

Wreck ShopIn 1994, EJ released a small creator owned comic called "The Snake", while trying to get work in the mainstream field. He began to fear he wouldn't reach his dream. "If I couldn’t make it in the big time the old fashioned way, I would force my way in!" EJ says. He wanted to share his passion for powerful women and characters with large muscles. Press Oblivion was started as the umbrella to bring those characters to life. Rough House was the site where his content could be purchased and Wreck Shop is the name he used when creating female muscle artwork.

Confused yet?

No matter the name, EJ's early work for various sites made him popular in the FMG fan community. He had numerous stories published at LHArt, including the legendary All-Growth series. Done mostly in pencil or ink, his detailed drawings depicted woman with larger than life musculature, yet oozing with femininity. It's no wonder the Wreck Shop web forums became a hot spot for female muscle art in the early 2000's.

Sometime in the mid 2000's, the Wreck Shop site went down and EJ disappeared from the female muscle scene without a word. He spent some time dealing with personal matters. After that, he tried to reaffirm his interest in comics and working as a professional in the industry. Unfortunately, he still hasn't made much progress.

Although he doesn't create female muscle artwork any longer, a few new ones have surfaced thanks to persistent fans. He has inspired many FMG artists (including myself) and we hope to see more in the future.

See more of EJ Morge's work at or at DeviantArt. A source thanks goes to Elee0228 for his interview with EJ.

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Wreck ShopWreck ShopWreck Shop

Monday, February 25, 2013

Sample478GA0213 Breast Expansion

Laura Pijbes
Laura Pijbes wanted to see how she looked with bigger boobs and she came to the right place. Brook Blue was the model size, but I slipped and went a little bigger… oops. Thanks Laura for playing at the Area Orion labs.

An Area Orion breast expansion morph.

Friday, February 22, 2013


female muscle morph
Joanna Thomas is one of my favorite Female Bodybuilders (and test subjects). It's been a long time since we've had her in the labs and felt it was due time to have her back.

An Area Orion female muscle and breast expansion morph based on a photo by Bill Dobbins.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Work It Coco

Coco working outCoco working out

Coco working outCoco working out

Nicole “Coco” Austin is used to throwing “heavy weights” around and works hard to keep that full figure in shape. Busty women working out, two of my favorite things.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Amanda Dunbar Spotlight

Amanda Dunbar
I've always been athletic throughout my life. I started training as a gymnast at the age of 4 and had to retire from the sport at 17. I competed as a national level gymnast and my ultimate plan was to go to college on a full scholarship for gymnastics but had a career ending injury and had to turn down all scholarship offers. I had fractured/dislocated my ankle in approx 20 places and so far I've had 5 surgeries to correct the problem, including a cartilage transplant from knee to ankle.

After having to quit gymnastics, I needed something that would keep me fit. I was used to training in gymnastics 6 days per week and was now starting to gain weight from being in a cast/crutches for almost a year, nevermind the lack of exercise. I decided it was time to get back in the gym and start lifting again. Once I started seeing real progress, I decided I wanted to train for my first bodybuilding show.

I competed in my first bodybuilding competition at 21 and was very pleased how I looked on stage. I dieted/trained myself for my that competition which was probably the hardest thing I've ever had to do. It took so much time and dedication, not just for training/cardio, but to figure out how my body works and responds to different foods/diets. Once I saw what I looked like on stage at my first show, I realized how much I had accomplished and how much I really loved bodybuilding.

I have never had this much motivation to train before in my life. Over the past few years I have watched my body evolve and develop into something I never thought I could attain. I am still extremely young in this sport and cannot wait to see what I will look like in my 30s like most of my fellow competitors. It only gets better with age. This is a sport of time and I can't wait to continue GROWING! I am trying to really make a difference in the sport and become a person that can make it marketable once again... Like it used to be when Cory Everson dominated it. There is no reason why we can't go back to that look. I am ready to BRING IT. :) I do believe it can be attained... Size, symmetry, and beauty and I want to be the one to do it.

See more of Amanda on Twitter

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Monday, February 18, 2013

The Playground: Monumental

Giant muscle ladies have invaded the Capitol, oh my. Kashma Maharaj at the Washington Monument for a little President's Day fun.

Friday, February 15, 2013


breast expansion
Mya. An Area Orion breast expansion morph based on a photo by AceofLA

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Who is your FBB Valentine?!

@Musclegirlzliv1 is having a Valentine's Day Competition between the "Girlz" to find out who your favorite Valentine is.

On Valentine's day you can log in to and go into performer rooms and vote for who you would like to be your valentine.  The performer with the most votes will get a prize!

You can only vote for girls who are logged in. Vote by going into a performer's room and clicking on the Flag and there will be an option to vote for your valentine.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Cindy Landolt on TV

Here's Cindy Landolt in her her first television appearance in Switzerland giving fitness tips (I think). I couldn't understand the language... but then I wasn't really listening :)

Hope to see more Cindy on film in the future!

Andrea Says...

female muscle & breast expansion morph
What do Female Bodybuilders & Fitness Models think of their Area Orion morphs? Here's what Andea Giacomi said.

"hey that is totally cool." - Andrea

Monday, February 11, 2013

Sample475GA0213 Megan Superia

female muscle morphMegan Avalon has been through the AO labs many times, but here's a look at her first trip. I was contacted by Zenx007 to work on a new comics project featuring Megan and this was the test morph. Sadly the project never went anywhere.

I also created the logo. An Area Orion female muscle and breast expansion morph based on a photo by Hope Parr.


Friday, February 8, 2013


female muscle morph
Nancy Lewis is new to the Area Orion labs and nearly blew out the growth equipment. Good thing, who knows how big she might have become.

An Area Orion female muscle morph based on a photo from

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Gayle Moher Before & After

Gayle Moher
Bodybuilders aren’t born... they’re forged. Gayle Moher in Stevie Nicks fashion on the left and mature hardened steel on the right. Beautiful in both, but the older Gayle packs way more punch.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Mortal Kombat: Jade

Oksana Salii as Jade

What’s not to love about muscle women, video games, and cosplay. Oksana Salii “combos” all three dressed as Jade from Mortal Kombat.

Oksana Salii as JadeOksana Salii as Jade

Oksana Salii as JadeOksana Salii as Jade

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Strong Women in History: Miss Apollina

Miss ApollinaMiss Apollina

Elise Gillaine Herbigneaux (Miss Apollina), was born in Tongrine, Belgium in 1875. Growing up in a large family, Elise always participated in rugged games like hockey, tussled with boys and loaded and unloaded wagons with her own mighty arms. At fifteen, she trained to imitate the feats of the Antwerp strongman, Jean Larrey.

Apollina moved to Paris and trained at the Arasse Gymnasium in wrestling and weightlifting. She later left for Hamburg and won a wrestling championship. She emerged as the World's Champion in international competitions held in Liege, Brussels, Ghent, Charleroi and Mons where she defeated forty female wrestlers holding a title which has never been taken away. Next, Apollina toured London and the other cities showcasing her feats of strength. In her stage performances, she would engage local wrestlers to raise audience excitement and regularly wrestled men.

Apollina eventually married and adopted a three year old lost boy who later became a famous professor of strength.

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Monday, February 4, 2013

The Playground: Grand Candy

The Playground
Candy Canary goes for a little climb in the Grand Canyon.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Blood, Sweat & Sequins

Blood, sweat & sequins
@BloodSweatSeqs A 51' minute documentary airing in 2013 from debut female director Lou Quill, following the lives of several Australian pole dancers as they challenge preconceptions about who they are & what they do, as they battle it out for the national title of Miss Pole Dance Australia. These dancers, true athletes, share their dreams as they strive to be the best with this shot at the top. Who will claim the tiara?

Friday, February 1, 2013



An Area Orion breast expansion morph. Model Lilly Lee in a photo by Josh Lyon.
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