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Dou's Various Tanks (ADA 60P, Do!Aqua MiniM+Cube, 90x30x36, etc.)

Discussion in 'Journals' started by Doubu, 24 Jul 2016.

  1. CooKieS

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    Awesome landscape , I like the plant sélection!
     
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  2. alex08

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    So, so nice! :wideyed:
     
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  3. zgmarkozg

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    all the tanks looks great!
     
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  4. Doubu

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    75CM Beginning: The feeling and idea that I'm trying to create is that of the edge of a forest and the emergence of an open clearing. It's been freshly planted - with lots of plants originally grown emersed (so I'm expecting some melt... but hopefully not too much). There are also some background plants that you can't see - in a few months hopefully they grow up and fill out to give more of a "covered" feel. Of course... I am bound to change my mind a bit and move things around (along with adding or removing plants), typical me x).

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  5. CooKieS

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    Stone placement can be better overall, especially in the front right.

    Otherwise nice start, I really like the woods!
     
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  6. Doubu

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    Thanks for the feedback. I think I'm gonna remove the majority of the stones there actually, it's a bit too much everywhere after sitting on it. And going to move a couple pieces of wood too.


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  7. Doubu

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    75CM Adjustments - 4 hours later... I think I'm happy for now, may tweak a couple things here and there but I feel that it looks much more natural. I was hesitant to go all in but with a little nudge, I ended up snapping a lot of branches (thanks to a friend for providing feedback)... There's also actually a bunch of crypt balansae planted in the very far back - which I am envisioning to fill the top section and take up space/provide more cover. Still looking for the elusive ferns.

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