Name: Amy James (amy4342) Tank Dimensions (Height/Width/Depth): 12 x 20 x 12 Aquascape Name: VW Decay Hardscape/Materials used: Naturesoil, Pea gravel, VW Camper van model, model bricks Plants: Hemianthus Callitrichoides Cuba, Eleocharis parvula, Rotala Rountifolia Fertilisation: Easy Carbo and EI dosing About the aquascape: I made the tank by cutting an old glass condensation lid using silicone I already had. The pea gravel and Naturesoil were leftover from previous scapes, and the plants are cuttings from my other tanks. The model bricks costed Â£8 from eBay and the model camper van costed Â£4 from eBay. Unfortunately, the seller sent the wrong model - the one pictured is a VW camper pickup, wheres I have the bus. He is sending me the correct model, so I'll swap them over when it arrives. Inspiration: Well, as many of you know, my two favourite hobbys are aquascaping and VW classic camper vans. So, taking a leaf out of James Maslin's Foundation, I decided to re-create the scene where I first found my Volkswagen van. It was in a terrible state of disrepair, sat on the drive in front of somebody's house, which I recreated with model bricks. The grass had taken over, represented by the Eleocharis parvula, there were brambles obscuring the front of van, represented by the Hemianthus cuba, and the Rotala is supposed to represent the only nice thing growing in the garden - a gorgeous red tree of some kind. Apologies for the dodgy pictures - never, ever buy an iPhone for it's camera. I'll upload better ones when I borrow my fiance's camera I used carboard to seperate the substrates and the van is placed on the 'drive'. This is the finished version with plants. Again, really sorry for the terrible picture!