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Doodle from the last sketchdump. A Lock breaks quad form.
‘Breaking form’ is when a Lock breaks the parameters of its chosen form. Proportions can change, limbs can change, and they mold themselves to whatever suits their purposes at the moment without becoming totally amorphous. The sphinx and half-morph transitory forms, when held, are considered ways to break form.
‘Dropping form’ is when a Lock releases a non-Lock form and drops into any Lockform. When used while in Lockform, it means transitioning into natural state.
‘Reverting’ is used exclusively to describe the change back to natural state.Art & Locks (c) Allison Theus