Critique my hardscape Valley #3

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Kezzab, 10 Nov 2019 at 7:44 PM.

  1. Kezzab

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    What about this? Imagine at the back.centre it was light, like at the end of the tunnel.
    I like it, but i thinkit looks better in real life than comes across in a photo.
     

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  3. The Accidental Aquascaper

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    Difficult to choose between them.
    I think the steps on the first one would make nice planting areas, so I think that's the one I would go for.
    But don't stop there, can we have some more designs please? It's nice looking at them, just wish I could play in your sand pit too!
     
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  4. Costa

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    If you plant the crap out if it, the scape won't matter
     
  5. Kezzab

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    Make your own. £12 sheet of mdf and away you go.
     
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  7. Fisher2007

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    I'm no expert but that's my favourite so far. Doesn't have as muh depth but it's more striking, which personally I prefer
     
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  8. The Accidental Aquascaper

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    This has some more drama to it, but I still think the first one pips it...they’re all great though!

    I can’t make one, as I’ll end up finding an excuse for another tank and two tanks is time consuming enough. I’ll just live vicariously through you guys.

    p.s. more... ;)
     
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  9. Kezzab

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    I can always do them both, one after another!
     

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