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Hi all a quick question about living metal on the monolith.
Its not a question about the rules behind it, it is more to do with aesthetics on the monolith model. What do you think if i put some melt marks on a monolith? the problem with my monolith is that i had to tear it apart so that i could start again and the glue was being annoying (i glued to well :p).
So with the little accident i was planning on melting the plastic a little so that it looks like the bulk has been hit by a blast. With my understanding of living metal it can take a hit but it wont really do much so with melting the hull i could say that the blast has hit it and the metal is reforming back to the original shape, what do you think?
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I like the idea. A good way to cover up any proof of your "little accident".
Could make a nice "growing back together" effect. I approve.
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