jay said:so the embers have been in there all along?
jay said:Oh yeah, I've just sent you a pm on Aquascaping World forum about this site being down for me, but its obviously working now. Don't know what went on but, meh
I caught 6 embers from my 4ft tank last night - took ages as its quite heavily planted... In the end I put a jug in there and left them for two minutes, then covered the top with a net when they swam inaaronnorth said:i hate catching fish, i always have to wait until they get tired out
aaronnorth said:en i was doing my work experience i bet the customers got fed up of waiting
Garuf said:I like it. Just give her time.
Also, I find the easiest way to catch fish is to turn the lights on at 3am and net them while they're asleep.
I think it's more whether you like it. While I agree it's nice for others to appreciate what you've done, it's even more important that you like it since you have to live with it!saintly said:PLEEEEAAASE say you like it. its driving me nuts
Hmm, interesting tactic, might have to remember that one!Garuf said:Also, I find the easiest way to catch fish is to turn the lights on at 3am and net them while they're asleep.
Ditto. Or maybe they're just in the wrong place, they might look better to the right, drawing your eye up the line that currently runs up the tops of the plants, maybe that's just me being geometrical though! They'll probably look better when the HC has spread a bit more, at the moment the harsh white black contrast is a bit much and draws your eyes from the rest of the scene. Have a play with them and see what you like best.Thomas McMillan said:I'm not sure if the little rocks on the sand are doing it for me though.
Looks great Mark, just don't mess around with it anymore let the plants grow now and then decide if you need to make any further adjustmentssaintly said:heres the forground in all its glory. sloped, bits taken out.