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"Shiratani Ravine" by ADist (IAPLC 2011 #29)

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Showcase' started by mustafa erdogar, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. myudi

    myudi New Member

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    another your masterpiece...conratulations!! please share how to make waterfall look real..
     

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    OMG just wow .
     
  3. ShadowMac

    ShadowMac Moderator Staff Member

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    I want to first say thank you for the details of the setup. It is a fantastic tank. Something truly original and beautifully executed. A great concept done well.

    I can't say enough. Thank you for your willingness to share your process and your amazing work!
     
  4. mustafa erdogar

    mustafa erdogar New Member

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    Thanks everyone! :)


    I think you mean glass rock pieces. I bought natural glass rocks and broke them to small pieces. So, i could make my own shape (combined them) and rippling surface (due to breakage)


    Thanks! It's only filter wool :) Maybe making realistic implementation is a little bir hard. I benefited from lot of natural examples ;)

    Anyway, as i said before, this way of implementation is only impressive on photographs. When you see it in actual, especially it's moitonless reduces it's effect. And also it is quickly getting dirty; not always shining like this. I don't know but if i make a waterfall again, i will use sand waterfall method.
     

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