i like the first scape better. i has good balance and once planted should have nice depth. but i do like how that larger lower piece of driftwood protrudes towards the front of the tank in the last scape
Nice! I haven't looked at the vid yet, but pic #4 is my favorite. I like the compositions best that have the base "roots" coming forward towards the viewer - they give a good feeling of depth. And I love the little curlicue spirals leading up & out of the tank. Fantastic pieces of wood!
I personally like #5. If it was me, I'd get some Java moss and spread it along the top of those roots so that it's half out of the water, then maybe get a small philodendron and plant it in the fork up at the top. Phils love being able to run most of their roots into water.
My adventures in keeping Indostomus crocodilus, the crocodile toothpick fish. AKA armored stickleback, paradox fish, and freshwater pipefish. Care is (to the best of my knowledge) exactly the same as Indostomus paradoxus.
Last edited by Betta132; 01-12-2013 at 02:09 PM.