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I have been working on a pair of goals for my Dreadball Extreme game.  I have them pretty close to done, but I am debating on adding color to the hoses hanging off the back of the goal.  There is a part of me that wants to just leave them the way they are.  On the other hand, I feel that adding some color to the hoses will help with the overall look. The other question that I have is if I do add color, what color should I add?  Please share your thoughts as I could use a second opinion on these.  Thanks.

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Looks interesting..   Maybe make the hoses metallic with one in the silver family and the other in the bronze/copper.  You can always apply a dark wash to dirty them up.

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Thanks for the ideas.  I am going to keep pondering them a little bit more.  I like the idea of a different metallic color.  hmmm...

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