After yesterday's post, it was suggested by anon that I superimpose the boy on me. Your wish is my command. Just in case: the original boy is on the left, and the superimposition (so to speak) is on the right.
Technical Notes (added — for those who have asked )
A few people have asked about my technique for doing these morphs. It's really rather simple if you know Photoshop at all.
To morph Eric's face into me, I dragged his photo to mine. This creates a second layer.
Then, I reduce the opacity of the top layer — Eric — so that I can see my face underneath.
I manually size and rotate Eric as needed, and I position his nose above mine. This pretty well lines up the eyes and mouth fairly well, but if I need to make any other size or rotation adjustments at this time, I do just that.
Then, I restore the opacity of Eric's layer and drag it below mine.
I create a layer mask on my layer and airbrush the part of my head that I want to eliminate. This masks out my face and allows Eric's to show from underneath. As you can see, the airbrush technique blends the two photos fairly seamlessly.