aaronnorth said:it can be quite effective sometimes
cichlidsrgr8 said:the only trouble is that there's not a lot of height with it and my tank is quite tall .
saintly said:cichlidsrgr8 said:the only trouble is that there's not a lot of height with it and my tank is quite tall .
have you any AS left? get it all in there. height at the back shallow at the front. my big tank is 70cm tall, so im really going to push the boat out next set-up!
i think zig understands the idea of using different layers in rock formations. ive been reading that the Asian scene seems to believe in layering in iwagumis.plus it gives more depth to the aquarium.
or if you cant make up the height in hard scape, look at the planting side. vivipara, c heferi v nana.all tall plants.
cichlidsrgr8 said:'ve got all of the AS in there, it's almost 8" at the back and about 2" at the front.
cichlidsrgr8 said:Like the new signature by the way Mark, very cool
cichlidsrgr8 said:I've spent ages just staring at it today
aaronnorth said:nice positioning on the rocks, i think the stone on the far right could do with pointing left.
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