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90x45x45 - "Seiryu peak"

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Sonny, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. Sonny

    Sonny New Member

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    Thanks! :yo:
    So, what should I do with this stone?:-s To rotate it more clockwise?
     

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  2. Sonny

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    Hmmm... I'm trying to get what you wanted to say, but it seems to me that in your post you have mistook left for right, or? :-s
     
  3. fazyl

    fazyl Aspiring Aquascaper

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    yes of course, sorry for confusing you :loco:
    it was late night when I was typing this post :D
     
  4. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    try to improve, if not - let it be as it is and plant it ;)
     
  5. ShadowMac

    ShadowMac Moderator Staff Member

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    if your process is anything like mine, you will always find something to tweak. Later you will see a rock that you think should have been positioned differently. Perfection is impossible and nature is perfectly imperfect :D
     
  6. Sonny

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    Guys, I agree with you 100% :yo:

    I was looking at the scape yesterday...
    I was looking today...
    All to see any space for possible improvements...
    :ehhh:
    And I just didn't move any stone because I had no idea:phew:

    So it will probably be planted tomorrow or the day after:)
     
  7. Flo

    Flo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    looking forward to. have fun while planting m8 :)
     
  8. Sonny

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    I would not be myself if I could leave something to be "imperfect" so I decided to play more with right side of the scape, and this is the result.

    It looks more natural to me now... <):)

    What do you think, again? :yo:
     

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  9. ShadowMac

    ShadowMac Moderator Staff Member

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    I like it, an improvement I think.

    in my opinion the trick is to get things to look natural, which almost implies some sort of imperfection. Balance without symmetry, that kind of thing.

    Plant this sucker already! haha!

    I think it is going to look great.
     
  10. Flo

    Flo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    so sonny... where is the heater hidden? :)) i like both hardscapes. in the new one it looks more like an second mountain on the right side, it better harmonize to the left side now. cause of that the tank could become a better feeling of distance/deepness. anyway good job m8.
     
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    ghostmonk Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Brilliant hardscape. The marked difference in the left and right side heights improves the depth. Very nicely done indeed.
     
  12. Sonny

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    Thanks, I'm very glad you like it now :rock:
    @Flo - this is where the heater is hidden <):)
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Flo

    Flo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    i m glad to see thats everthing is in the right position ;). cant wait to see it planted. will become beautiful.
     
  14. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    The center stone is still destracting, can´t you rotate it that way, that it doesn´t produce shadow areas? once planted with HC this area will struggle due to lack of light
     
  15. Sonny

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    You're right for the shadow, but otherwise it would be too upright:-s

    I'll try to make something up:muscle:
     
  16. Flo

    Flo Aspiring Aquascaper

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    what if you simply put it down on the soil like most of the others too? or you could put a smaller stone directly to the shadow? just an idea... i dont know... ask master juri :-" :113:
     
  17. Sonny

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    The planting is finally finished I-)
     

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    This is going to look excellent. Nice work man, it'll pay off!

    Do you plan on using only HC? Any grasses or anything else you'd like to see in there?
     
  19. ghostsword

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    Why not use larger rocks on the right side? Although it looks nice as it is, but it would look better with larger rocks on the right! :)
     
  20. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    now the distracting stone is gone the scape looks really good :proud:
     

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