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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-06-2014 04:30 AM
skoram Tank is beautiful. I've seen much worse in the IAPLC.
03-06-2014 03:03 AM
pianofish New picture of Borneo tank?? It is so beautiful!
01-03-2014 04:20 PM
tommypham Very nice
Đẹp quá Anh
01-03-2014 03:38 PM
raven_wilde
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Originally Posted by Riversun View Post

Thanks, I think I'm not qualified entering in IAPLC, there are many people better than me
I think if you keep working at it you'll be up to IAPLC standards in no time
01-03-2014 02:26 PM
andyl9063
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Originally Posted by Riversun View Post
I trimmed the moss once a month, use scissors to cut off the extra piece of moss to grow up before they grow

Thank you, driftwood in the tank is one kind of tree roots, moss attached to driftwood in my thread, the rest is waiting moss grows, and trimming.


Thanks, I think I'm not qualified entering in IAPLC, there are many people better than me

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saying hi from the USA.
Great tank. I'm vietnamese as well!
01-03-2014 09:11 AM
manishtata such a B.E.A.U.T.Y!!!! Where did you use Wax in the scape... is it safe ?

In one of previous pictures u have made a water fall effect. Can you share the secret how you have made it.

Awesome work man! Kudos
12-23-2013 01:58 PM
Riversun
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Originally Posted by MABJ View Post
How do you keep it so trimmed? Are your hands always in there?
I trimmed the moss once a month, use scissors to cut off the extra piece of moss to grow up before they grow
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Originally Posted by Jeremy550 View Post
Tank looks great. What kind of "trees" are on the sides
Of the tank? They look like bonsai trees
Thank you, driftwood in the tank is one kind of tree roots, moss attached to driftwood in my thread, the rest is waiting moss grows, and trimming.

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Originally Posted by scotth View Post
Incredible! Please tell me you will be entering in a contest this year!?
Thanks, I think I'm not qualified entering in IAPLC, there are many people better than me

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12-21-2013 08:01 PM
scotth Incredible! Please tell me you will be entering in a contest this year!?
12-20-2013 03:21 AM
Jeremy550 Tank looks great. What kind of "trees" are on the sides
Of the tank? They look like bonsai trees
12-20-2013 02:54 AM
MABJ How do you keep it so trimmed? Are your hands always in there?
12-20-2013 01:26 AM
Riversun
12-08-2013 07:43 AM
ryantube Amazing pics. Consider coming from Vietnam. I wonder if this is only a hobby for high-income people there.
12-08-2013 04:31 AM
KribsDirect Is that polyester filter floss on the rocks? What is that on top of it? Incredible scaping skills!
12-08-2013 12:31 AM
Riversun Update
10-30-2013 02:19 AM
Riversun
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Originally Posted by Psiorian View Post
AMAZING! This is quite the scape!

Great work!

How did you get the rocks to stay like that? is there anything under it?

Any substrate? or just sand?
I use 9L ADA Amazonia.
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Originally Posted by zetvi View Post
Đẹp tuyênt vời anh ơi. Sau khi xem ngô trường thịnh xong em mới khám phá thêm về aquascaping của ng việt nam ḿnh. Thật tự hào hehe. Em hiện đang ở mỹ, em bắt đầu nghịch từ bên này được 1 năm rồi. Sắp tới về vn cũng muốn làm cho ba em một bể, cho em thỉnh giáo làm quen hỏi anh dần về các dụng cụ kiếm ở việt nam nhé. Thanks a nhiều!
Hiện tại phong trào thuỷ sinh ở Việt Nam phát triển rất mạnh đó em, anh Ngô Trường Thịnh và Trần Hoàng Long là những cánh chim đầu đàn hướng mộ người tới gần hơn về aquascaping.
Em ở bên Mỹ th́ phụ kiện để chơi chắc k thiếu, chỉ có vật liệu như đá với lũa h́nh như khó t́m, a cũng có 1 người em trai bên Mỹ đang chơi và trồng cây, ươm rêu rất tốt đó em, đó là thành viên Junglefowl trên diễn đàn này.
E rành tiếng Việt th́ vào các trang của Việt Nam ḿnh để tham khảo thêm, mọi người giúp đỡ góp ư với nhau rất nhiệt t́nh như trang Aquabird hay trang Thuysinh.
Có dịp về Việt Nam th́ a sẵn sàng giao lưu cùng em về thuỷ sinh, c̣n nguyên liệu th́ ở VN rất dễ t́m, chắc chắn a sẽ giúp em t́m được. Thân
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