|02-08-2009 05:58 PM|
|Urkevitz||He would probably blow everyone away if he did real aquascapes with fish and plants. Maybe he already does but doesn't show them.|
|02-08-2009 02:28 AM|
I think you should stick a fish skeleton in the sand for good measure. And maybe a dead plant.
|02-08-2009 01:56 AM|
My next "aquascape" is going to be just a sand bottom. Going to entitle it "The Desert". Should be a real screamer... Not even going to add water, so it really grasps desert theme.
|02-08-2009 01:41 AM|
|lauraleellbp||Aren't those just paintings?|
|02-04-2009 11:10 PM|
|bsmith||Is a Rift Lake tank "aquascaped? I think so.|
|02-04-2009 09:33 PM|
Ahh... Aquascaping it is. I stand corrected.
Would love to see someone submit this for the AGA competition then!!!
|02-04-2009 08:50 PM|
pink plants with little white tips...?
|02-04-2009 08:50 PM|
|aquaticmaniac||I would call that aquascaping. You don't have to have real plants to aquascape, or plants at all. That one isn't the best I've seen though, but it's an interesting concept.|
|02-04-2009 08:46 PM|
|02-04-2009 08:41 PM|
|wug||Yes it is with a very unique twist.|
|02-03-2009 06:00 PM|
Let's say you just use hardscapes (rocks, driftwood etc..) for a tank. Maybe you use epoxy to create a faux rock background as well. Is that not aquascaping?
|02-03-2009 04:12 PM|
|Gatekeeper||The plants aren't real folks.|
|02-03-2009 02:38 PM|
looks good to me.. This falls into the diorama category thought. It's done for the purpose of creating an atmosphere for a photograph.
I think a criteria for aquascaping is that it's done for the purpose of creating an environment for fish.
If she had fish in there then I'd say it's aquascaping.
|02-03-2009 01:01 PM|
|James1986||i think it looks pretty wild, I'm pretty big into biotopes kinda reminds me of a blackwater setup, but then again kinda looks like a flooded wasteland compared to the typical planted tank lol, gotta give the guy credit good layout for what it is and what he was working with plus he made it to take photos of so he could hang it as a piece of art. Good photo, decent aquarium lol|
|02-03-2009 12:44 PM|
No. That is an artsy fad. The plants aren't even real, LOL.
Someone should email him some of the AGA winners... tell him we are already doing it better then him and its all real.
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