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Old 05-06-2011, 06:39 PM   #11
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LOL. I was so concerned that i didn't get a chance to paint mine. Guess it's gonna be totally moot in a few more months. then I'm gonna have to scrape the bad boy down in a few months when i sell it.

Wondering if I just shouldn't remove the background now.
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ive wanted to paint the back of my tank but its gonna be a such a choir since its full now i just said forget it and got a black background i should have painted it when i first started but since i have the back starting to cover with coraline as well once its more covered i will test to see how it looks without the black background
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I painted the 125g and lemme tell ya it was the best thing I ever did! looks awesome. I plan on painting the back of the future 125 reef as well. But not that bright blue, I kinda like the darker blue like I have on my background in the 55 now. looks real good with my lights.
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Old 05-06-2011, 07:12 PM   #14
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This is why I didn't bother putting a background on my tank! Letting the coralline be my background, and I love it!
Yes Sir...... know how many poeple has said why not or when are u getting a background
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