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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-02-2005, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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AP Art Layout/Tank shots revisited (56k warning)

Yeah, I could have updated the old thread, but this isn't really a tank journal-- I'm just sharing around and not really putting out anything that'd help others with their tanks so . . . anyway, here's the shots, I've done more projects since last.

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That's all for now folks. I just set up another nano today at school-- we're one of those rich college prep schools, and there's several of these raised hood things with flourescent lights and reflectors used for students to do mini-biom thingies in plastic bottles. I asked the teacher for some space under one to set up a planted aquarium, showed her some of the old photos, and voila-- instant permission and a free all glass tank to use. lol
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Wonderful work! You are quite talented!


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i love every shot and am impressed by the layout and the quality of the photos.
really great stuff.

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Looks good, don;'t wanna criticize but since you posted it I guess your looking for suggestions. You could put thin borders around the pictures, it makes it look more neat, so it doesn't seem like you just copy and pasted it on.But very good work done! Very talented indeed.

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I am really impressed! Both by the layout and photos (wish I could read the text! Totally understand though!) and your aquascaping artistry. Keep it coming and thanks for sharing. Lovely!

Kathy (so completely inspired by some of you people - it will be PATHETIC if my aquascape is anything less than fabulous...)
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