thanks andy.andyh said:Love the hard scape, i respect you and all the thought and patience that you put into your scapes. I am really looking forward to this being planted.
thanks mauritsMaurits said:Nice journal mister
The only small comment I have got is the fact that you are not using an a catcher on 1/3 of your tank, something like one stern of vallis, an Apponogeton or something simular. This will bring more depth in this scape
cheers bud.JamesM said:That's uber cool bud 8)
Nature soil Ad.AdAndrews said:What is the substrates you have used with this Mark?
thanks Viktor, pure luck really. I think the stone layout from the previous scape fitted this one. i'm amazed it worked so well really. 8)viktorlantos said:he visual concept you did looks really nice man. especially from someone who is not a graphic designer
i think this is the best aquascape visual concept that i have seen from quality perspective.
Thanks devin.hydrophyte said:That's a cool photo-edit Mark
kind of, but moss will be placed amongst rocks and left to bush out. E Acicularis will be left to spread a little to give a more natural feel.hydrophyte said:Do you think that you will leave the foreground unplanted?
Gotta do something to keep you from going crazysaintly said:took a quick snap of it close up, whilst trying to tie 100 stones.