Name: Amy James (amy4342) Tank Dimensions (Height/Width/Depth): Hmmm, well, it's 12" high and the overall diameter is roughly 20cm. I worked out the volume of the tank by drawing the star on paper, working out the area by splitting it into triangles and then divided 2700 (2.7l in cubic cm's) by that number, giving me 12cm for the height. Aquascape Name: When you wish upon a star Hardscape/Materials used: Naturesoil, Fine Coral Sand, Sayuri Rock, Plants: Hemianthus Callitrichoides Cuba, Rotala Rountifolia, Echinodorus tennellus Fertilisation: Easy Carbo and EI dosing About the aquascape: I commisioned the acrylic star shaped base from a local glass and plastics shop which costed Â£12. I then cut the square bits from an old condensation lid, and I siliconed each side onto the star. The substrates and rock were leftover from previous scapes, and the plants are cuttings from other tanks. I love star shapes, and I thought this would be a very unique tank. I think the shape lends itself to the design I have planned. I actually like this tank so much I will probably keep it going after the competition has finished. This is the star with the substrate. I then added rocks in an iwagumi style. Apologies for the terrible picture. Unfortunately, it hasn't been planted yet because, as I was filling it up, it sprung a leak on one of the sides, so I've emptied it of water and re-siliconed it. I'll be planting it later, so I'll post pictures then.