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As a fish tank, it's not offensive and shows off the fish. 5/10

As an aquascape, it's poor. 3/10
There is a large open space on the left side between the two pieces that should be filled in with something that has height, either plants or a large rock. The right side wood should be angled, the tip close to the right front corner. This creates a larger open space in the middle and helps add depth. Substrate line needs to be perfectly straight.
 

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the yellowing and green plant on the right are the same plant actually. I just got them and that is how it came. I think that one was not getting a lot of light.

As far as a black background would you suggest paint or paper. I would prefer paper as that is not permanant.
 

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is that flake food in the last photo? i don't know you're stock, but it'll be safer to crumble the flakes and add them slower to avoid food being missed and decomposing in the tank. other than that i like the new scape! letting it grow out is part of the fun of tanks :)
 

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is that flake food in the last photo? i don't know you're stock, but it'll be safer to crumble the flakes and add them slower to avoid food being missed and decomposing in the tank. other than that i like the new scape! letting it grow out is part of the fun of tanks :)
I was originally doing that but my other fish would eat most/all of it before it got to the bottom. So my cory's were not getting any thing.
 
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