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SuperWen's 45L - Untitled - Advice Needed

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by SuperWen, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. StanChung

    StanChung Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Yeah it's difficult to make a nice shrimp scape without HA eaters.

    Would be fun to go Jkt and do some scaping. Ask Pak Wewe to organise it. More of a guide than teach. You guys are doing well. Me and LC are opposite styles but we try each other's style too! Just keep evolving as you're doing here.
     

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  2. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Hi Stan :)
    We have work more together and share our works all over the world - thanks to ASW I can stay in touch with you guys from all over the world
     
  3. SuperWen

    SuperWen New Member

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    update 16 days

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  4. tenshu

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    Haha this Will be a masterpiece !
     
  5. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    Update please it's been 41 days :-"
     
  6. skaner

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    very nice work with the wood. those branches in right side of foreground look so dynamically organic as they creep over that stone
     
  7. Bradford

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    I really love the woodwork and the idea of Glosso for ground cover always makes me happy to see :) Great Work!

    ~Bradford
     
  8. SuperWen

    SuperWen New Member

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    New Mosura and Snow White:

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  9. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    Larger picture please :D
     
  10. SuperWen

    SuperWen New Member

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    what..?
    700x500 pixel not large enough for you?
     
  11. tenshu

    tenshu New Member

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    No I mean a view of the whole tank please ;)
     
  12. Gill

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    Stunning Hardscaping, The name Fallen Giant Leaps out to me.
    I love the way in which the wood has been positioned to make best use of the tanks footprint.
     
  13. SuperWen

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    oohh,,,you mean the FTS for update tank.. i will post soon... still struggling to get rid of hair algae :(
     
  14. SuperWen

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    8 weeks update

    after trimming glosso and portovelho, and also test a new camera [​IMG]

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  15. GoodKnight

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    Nice work Super Wen...

    I'm just backed to the hobby, and I'm planning to work on aquascaping, I'm just a Fish breeder, not really a aquascaper but I find it challenging to start one, this one is the first thread I read since I return being online on this site... :D

    What is the easiest aquatic plant to grow, can anyone give me a freebies of aquatic plants, I find it difficult to find a aquatic plant here in the Philippines...
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    Thanks guys...

    Ian Galas a.k.a. Good Knight is back... :muscle:
     
  16. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    Hi Wen
    Nice updates, as the scape matures Im sure you'll get rid of the algae very soon ;-)


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
  17. tenshu

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  18. l p

    l p Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Great scape SuperWen...I really like it.

    Eleocharis acicularis or similar taller plant, planted behind, would create even more depth.
     
  19. tenshu

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    Agree, not sure about Eleo but it would add some depth.
    And grow some mosses on the upper wood branches, shrimp will love it too :D
     
  20. SuperWen

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