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All my little work

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by diego.s, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Orchid

    Orchid New Member

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    This is tottaly amazing work and beautifull, it sound's more like miniaturism and maquettism that aquascaping, nor we are not far to see people putting chinese fish inside :rock:
     

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  2. thief

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    Wow. I could have sworn that your first scape was at least a 10 gallon!:=D>
    I love the detail of your hardscape materials. You really bring the best out of the smallest plants.
     
  3. mark

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    truly impressive you have a great gift...
     
  4. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Carolina , EFM ,Pejc , Kojot , Stas , Globali , Wjagw , Orchid , Thief , Mark , thank you very much .


    Added a new mini,

    SOLITUDE

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  5. mrjackdempsey

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    Utterly beautiful and all the more when I saw the tanks in your hand,couldn't believe it.You are the watch maker of beautiful aquariums.Again fantastic :proud:
     
  6. hamza

    hamza Aspiring Aquascaper

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    That wood(sticks) are awesome!

    How do you find such pieces of miniature wood?
     
  7. Leonard

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    Yeah! The stick is really nice looking :)
     
  8. CHUNTC

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    Diego, your little tanks always create BIG impressions. Great work.^:)^
     
  9. Nenad

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    I saw new post in this topic and I expected something new, but I find out that Diego tossed some branches and some green between some glasses and made just one more masterpiece! :D :D :D
     
  10. Bixbe

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    To Cool!:hail:
     
  11. Tabula Rasa

    Tabula Rasa New Member

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    Wow....double wow. It looks so beautiful that it even took me a minute to realize that you've did miniature scaping.
     
  12. sumer

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    simply awesome man...
    hats off...^:)^
     
  13. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Mrjackdempsey ,Hamza , Leonard , CHUNTC , Nenad , Bixbe , Sandra and Sumer
    Thank you very much .

    I add another pico tank to the collection

    Oblivion

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  14. CHUNTC

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    Wow,wow,wow. Nice again Diego.^:)^
     
  15. iloveaquascaping

    iloveaquascaping New Member

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    your the best man..
     
  16. Dabrits

    Dabrits New Member

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    Good work!!!

    I can't wait to try one!
     
  17. Leonard

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    Once again, very nice!

    It would be interesting to know if you use any filter or cirkulation? How do you fertilize the plants? Any CO2? What lightning do you use? :)
     
  18. diego.s

    diego.s Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thank you very much everybody.
    Leonard, in these tanks as small non-use or co2 or filtration, just a few drops of fertilizer in each water change (every 3 days), and small snails to keep clean.
    As light a lamp 3 w


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  19. ghostmonk

    ghostmonk Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Man you are a gem of an artist! So much depth of perspective in so small setups...amazing!

    What is the brownish (grassy/mossy) plant in the previous post (oblivion)?
     
  20. GeorgJ

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    Hi Diego,

    again a great "little work"! I like it!
     

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