skinz180189 said:Well I do want loads of cover but at the end of the day I still want it to look nice. I think people on various forums see so many "AGA Winning Tanks" and soon dismiss things that don't come up to that standard. Like working in a Sports car dealership all day, and then your friend shows you a cheap family car, so you're not interested.
not wrong!..............................rawr said:- sometimes it's hard to get across what you mean when you can only do so by typing it out.
Can't do that until the Substrate arrives from zooplus.Tonser said:Hi Skinz
It might be worth posting your hardscape pics in your journal thread, then folks can see the whole picture, and see the size of the materials in relation to the size of the tank. Without any reference to the tank size, its hard to visualize it when surrounded by open space on the floor
Can you not place your layout into the dry tank to work out positioning ? You might find that you need more height to your layout, once you see it in the Aquacube.
Hopefully I'll have it tomorrow anyway *fingers crossed*Tonser said:Ah, ok.
You could put something on the bottom of the tank (towel / polystyrene / cardboard ) so you can play with the hardscape positioning within the tank - it'll give you (and everyone else) a much better idea of how the scape will work.
Or just wait