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pretty good for a start. i would strongly suggest partially covering up the rocks. it creates a more dramatic effect as if the smaller rocks are actually one huge rock that is slowly being exposed by erosion. if you have a long but curved branch of driftwood. i would complete the arch that you already started.


it will allow for opportunity to create overhangs and grow stuff like mosses, buces, and ferns.
 

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I would offer that in a small space it's very easy to add too much hard scape. I would remove the smallest driftwood branch in front.

I do like the suggestion of covering the rocks with maybe moss to soften them and give an aged look.
 

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pretty good for a start. i would strongly suggest partially covering up the rocks. it creates a more dramatic effect as if the smaller rocks are actually one huge rock that is slowly being exposed by erosion. if you have a long but curved branch of driftwood. i would complete the arch that you already started.


it will allow for opportunity to create overhangs and grow stuff like mosses, buces, and ferns.
Thanks for the suggestion...I have put another piece of wood to cover the big rock...this is my tank after rescaped Wood Twig Art Trunk Water
 

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Thanks for the suggestion...I have put another piece of wood to cover the big rock...this is my tank after rescaped View attachment 56983
aG thích tấm này, khúc lũa nhỏ xếp phía sau nhìn có chiều sâu, có điều khúc lũa nằm hơi lớn, lũa aG cho G còn k, kiếm khúc nào nhỏ và ngắn hơn 1 chút, xếp vào aG nghĩ sẽ hợp lý hơn.
Hix, trình độ tiếng Anh chỉ đủ đọc hiểu thôi, thông cảm
 

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looks alright... though i noticed that the lowest branch has been moved slightly in comparison to the shot before it, before you included plants. sounds nit-picky, but by doing that, you've sort of detracted from the arrangement because now it is more centered rather than elongated. however, if that's how you'd like your tank to look, that's fine too.
 

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looks alright... though i noticed that the lowest branch has been moved slightly in comparison to the shot before it, before you included plants. sounds nit-picky, but by doing that, you've sort of detracted from the arrangement because now it is more centered rather than elongated. however, if that's how you'd like your tank to look, that's fine too.
You are picky man, but I need somebody picky to help me with my aquascape...lol
Yeah I moved that branch bc im gonna put something else to the other side
 

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I kind of wish the rocks were a little more visible with the anubias there-- I think they were key to the beauty of the scape
 
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