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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by icepotato89, Jun 16, 2011.
It's really starting to look excellent, the ember's give a nice contrast too!
Thumbs up :113:I love it!
Great scape. Just notice. Will keep coming back to see the updates.
thanks! i trimmed the HC yesterday for a new iwagumi that i'm setting up at a LFS where i just got hired. also i don't like it growing right up to the glass
it is a very nice tank. I like the rock work.
Hc growing on sand substrate. Good job.
I really like your work. you've got good hardscape and you arranged it well.thumbs up my friend!
wonderful job. Thanks especially for the progress pics.It will be a stunning tank.---R
Just one point. Don't you thing the blyxa behind the main mountain killing the perspective?
yeah i was thinking about that before, i'm about to do the first trim of the blyxa and hopefully i'll get short dense growth instead of what it is now. although i might take it out all together and replace with lilaeopsis or dwarf hairgrass.
This instantly became one of my favorite hardscapes, you've got a strong sense for design mate:rock:
I'll echo what Tirtha said. Blyxa is just ruining the whole perspective, its not working for me even if I imagine compact dense growth. Its better to opt for something that has a very fine texture. Maybe some curly japanese hairgrass(eleocharis sp) or maybe UG will go apt there.
great scape, dude! Are you more a bass or guitarplayer?:rock:
The tank looks great!
May I ask what substrate you are using?
the scape looks perfect with the blue BG and nice rocks work tooroud:
Nicely done. Would it look better if the plant at the left back is also HC?
hey i read your 1st post and you were using a 200w heater, isnt that excesive
shadow is a pro scaper and he is right.
i have to look back again all the photos to see what he meant.
I really love this kind of layout, so powerful.
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