|01-19-2009 11:59 PM|
Here is a nice example of "rounded"
Go to this link and scroll down......
|01-19-2009 04:05 AM|
mine are flat and roundish
|01-19-2009 03:22 AM|
|Green Leaf Aquariums||
|01-02-2009 07:31 AM|
|Dollface||I really like the flat rock right in the center, It's got such a great shape. Thanks for sharing.|
|01-02-2009 03:32 AM|
I went with smooth rocks in one of my 10g tanks. Just a few river rocks I found here and there.
|01-01-2009 12:17 AM|
I use rounded rocks in my scape check it out in the Nano section. The last pictures posted have all rounded rocks with no sharp edges. Several are really low in the scape also.
|12-31-2008 11:35 PM|
|Dollface||No, i'm good, they're a little to dark and round, I'm thinking i'll go for somthing flatter.|
|12-31-2008 09:11 PM|
They have some dimples on the surface but other than that theyre pretty smooth.
Yes they are from Steven Leeds. I actually have mine for sale if your interested.
|12-31-2008 12:12 AM|
Thanks alot, Left C, but I'm looking for scapes without driftwood, actually. I'm trying to get an idea how to plan a 'kid proof' tank that can't have any sharp edges cause of a fish I'm looking to keep.
|12-30-2008 11:50 PM|
|12-30-2008 10:55 PM|
Im no oliver but here is my stab at round rock aquascaping.
|12-30-2008 08:38 PM|
|Dollface||Keep em coming, guys, those Oliver Knott ones are pretty much exactly what I was looking for. I hadn't seen them on pervious adventures through those galleries.|
|12-30-2008 03:34 PM|
That Oliver Knott scape is CHOICE!!!!
|12-30-2008 03:31 PM|
|jinx©||Here's another Oliver Knott layout using rounded rocks.|
|12-30-2008 02:21 PM|
Look at approximately minute 1:16 on the below video, the text says "2006 Oliver Knott"
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