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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Flo, Mar 20, 2013.
I m glad you like it. Of course you can use my towel trick
hi Flo , can now see the scape LOVE IT the rock work STUNNING the towel pure inspiration love it cheers roy
hi Flo,is the plant , moss on the rock face middle nano fissidens fontanus as looks cheers roy
thank you Flo cheers roy
great as per usual.
I have seen paintings and photographs divided up into three but never an Aquascape a great idea.
My only comment is if you intended to do this the rocky mountains look like they continue, but when it comes to the sandy area it just does not match up.
The middle sandy area appears to be lighter (is it the lighting) or is it different?
The continual flow from the LH tank to the middle tank matches up but when it goes to the RH tank its totally different it appears to be lower and closer to the front.
I hope you can work out what I am thinking.
I love the idea too. I didn't pick up on the sand thing but now that you say it I can see it.
I was thinking what you said Keith. If you pushed the tanks together they would not match up and you get truncated rocks. But if you imagine that you are looking out a window with a frame and three glasses the gaps are actually missing from the picture rather than a picture separated into three then it allows them to blend. When I look at it this way my mind can fill in the gaps and it works.
You make my comments sound much better thanks mate.
Flo this is close as I could find this explains every thing with out saying any thing.
Thank you all,
I know what you mean keith. I have such a picture in my living room.
But i agree with you. There are things i have to change a bit in this scape.
The different sand colors... hm it s the same sand. I think it isnt the light.
Maybe its the amano Shrimp in the middle tank who is cleaning the floor .
I ll try to find it out.
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