Takes a bit of turning and positioning to get stones to fit together to avoid seeing the joins and have the general striata running the same wayYouve done a nice job making them seamless.
I think I've paid for worse haircuts.A little of topic but this is a totaly diffrent use for ADA wave scissors
Hi, that is a pretty cool looking tank but to achieve it you would need a lot of hardscape to choose from. You could chop up your redmoor root for the detailing areas, but having a large variety and choice of pieces initially is the key along with a lot of rock. It’s really just trial and error finding pieces that fit together, getting the larger pieces in first to form the main structure then refining and detailing areas as you go. It would take time to do, but obviously the amount and size of hardscape needed will depend on tank size.....the smaller the less expensive it will be, but the more fiddly it will becomeI think I've paid for worse haircuts.
On a separate note,
I'm still having fun with the rocks in my scaping box. Has anyone seen a really good youtube video or tutorial on root/woodwork (like the picture below)
Is it a case of chopping the redmoor root I have into smaller bits then moving the rocks around and trying to make them all fit and look natural? (I'm guessing a million times easier said than done)
PS I wish I had done the tank below.
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