As a Greek Orthodox my answer to it is simply NO...We respect them and not worship them. The reason that in the Orthodox Iconography Saints are portraided like that is because we do not seek for the human form, rather we look to glorify the spiritual form of man. In the Orhtodox Church we do not have any icon of God, because God was manifested through Jesus.
It is interesting to see how Icons started. The first Christians the used to paint Bible scenes in the wall of their Early Churches, and Martyrs that died for their Christian faith. A look at the catacobs all over mediteranean you will see what it is painted today in the Orthodox Church. Look at this links bellow to see what I'm telling you
We have Saints their bodies are not desiccated, because they have lived a holy life, and even some they perform miracles. For it is a sign that in Gods Kindom mankind will be glorified with uncorrapted nature. In Acts we see that people were trying to reach Paul's shadow to heal themselves, and in other occusion they used touch his garments. So the Holy belongings of the Saints are also importand to us. Again it is the grace of God through imperfect nature to perfection.
That is why we honor them, not worship them. That is why for a faithfull Orthodox Christian faith hasn't changed for 2000 years. As for my self when I looked the Christian History I ended up an Orthodox. I couldn't believe it, but Christianity remains the same as it was delivered from the Early Apostolic Church, that was right under my nose!
Now I can walk to tombs, catacombs, see Holy Relics, see the places that Saints lived and with their lifes they have glorified God. I can go to the place were Apostle Paul preached in Pafos and Salamis. I can visit the place were Apostle Barnabas lived, since he was the first Bishop of Cyprus. I can go to Lazarus tomb the first Bishop of Kition(he find rescue here because of the Jews that wanted to kill him) were a Church of 1200 years old is build upon.
Yes we do honor them