My name is Gordon, I'm 16 and looking for some advice on aquascaping. Currently have 4 tanks, too many I know!
Recently we've had our dining room redecorated, including flooring so our biggest tank that was in there - a Fluval Roma 125L, had to be moved out. Now, tomorrow likely...
Picture this: You just upgraded your tank size from 30 to 50 and want to get the tank looking awesome! What's your dream designs?? From what you would do for the substrate, to the design, layout, fish and plants. I want to hear other people's dream tanks!!
ready, set, go!:fish:
I'm looking to add a spray bar along the top of the back wall to my tank. To power this i'm thinking about purchasing an External pump which will be housed in the cabinet under the tank. Probably a 500+ gph for my 125g aquarium.
Trouble is i'm quite new to this and have a few questions...
I have a 15g freshwater planted shrimp tank (established 6+ months now with CRS, Tigers along with swimming companions of galaxy's and 4 neon tetras) that I want to relandscape using a more efficient soil substrate that I have now and rearrange it entirely to give it a more aquascape look.
I just got a graphics tablet, and I was trying to break it in by drawing some concept art for my tanks. Problem is, I don't really know how to draw the plants. Any tips?
Sorry if I put this in the wrong subforum. It didn't seem to fit anywhere else.
I started my very first paludarium, after feeling I've done well with my 3 saltwater tanks, and my brackish. I've stoned the back, ran a huge filter for optimal water movement, and though I had a great idea for caves and a platform for some poison dart frogs that I hope to house...