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|11-28-2010 01:01 AM|
Thanks l tore this down and moved it over to a 30-c it's in the nano section
that's the link
|11-27-2010 03:30 PM|
i think the rock layout takes away from a natural image its to symmetrical in my opinion
But it still is very pleasing to the eye
|10-04-2010 11:36 PM|
more pics after l did some water changes
find waldo :P
l'm thinking l need to buy and spread more glosso around
anddd the fts and sorry if it looks a bit sloppy i need to top off a bit.
|09-30-2010 02:42 AM|
pictures time enjoy guys and gals.
bought some feeder ghost shrimp for 25cents good and cheap clean up crew
up close of glosso
l was cleaning up my 48g and didn't have a place to put my anubias petite so yea.. l do like the look of it even tho it kinda screws with the iwagumi and l threw in some java ferns along. Feel free to comment good or bad.
|09-09-2010 05:13 AM|
Originally Posted by Armonious View Post
|09-09-2010 05:02 AM|
Reminds me of a style III iwagumi. I haven't seen many on here, so it is always refreshing to see.
I have a couple suggestions regarding the hardscape. I like it the way it is now, but it seems a bit linear. I had the same problem when working on my hardscape. You essentially have a line of the four smaller stones in the front, and then a line of the larger stones in the rear. Maybe try moving one of your three larger stones forward and grouping two of the small stones with it.
One other question that I have is what stone is supposed to be the focal point. I am thinking that you want the largest stone on the right to be the focal point, but I am having some trouble telling due to the three large stones being similar in how high they sit in the tank.
|09-09-2010 12:01 AM|
|!shadow!||Don't know i've never done the dry start method and don't know too much info about how to properly do it. l've heard glosso is a weed from some past threads but it's been a while.|
|09-08-2010 08:24 PM|
|VadimShevchuk||nice hard scape. Are you gonna use the dry start method?|
|09-08-2010 07:30 PM|
|VincentK||The two rock set ups look really nice, but the last one looks the best in my opinion, and you'll have more room for more plants.|
|09-08-2010 06:43 PM|
So l was messing around with some the driftwood l got and the pre-existing stones l had(yes they are that good looking l just had to use them again). Here are some of the messing around pics l was doing. Most likely i'll stick with the last picture set-up unless some of the members has some better advice and gives me some nice ideas . l got some glosso too ready to put in i'll probably have to do it the old "ug" way and do one by one(a pita) but I got a feeling it'll be a rewarding experience in the end.
i really liked the mountain look :P
sexy isn't it?
any comments welcomed good or bad. thanks guys
|09-06-2010 11:21 PM|
|!shadow!||sorry i've been away for far too long my job (HVAC/air conditioning) has kept me busy for most of the summer. l just tore this tank down yesterday and am deciding wether to re-do iwagumi with glosso as the carpet ada soil II or driftwood with the glosso and moss attached with maybe some anubias petite from my 48g.|
|09-03-2010 11:17 PM|
|07-30-2010 11:49 PM|
|beedee||looks good man. i cant wait for my DHG to start filling in!|
|07-08-2010 07:58 AM|
|CL||How's the grass growing?|
|04-06-2010 04:33 PM|
|!shadow!||thanks They are green neon tetras aka paracheirodon simulans.|
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