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Old 03-23-2009, 06:58 PM   #1
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Lego Fish Tank!

So, as promised (in another thread) I took photos of my lego fish tank setup. The tank is currently cycling, so no fish yet! But I finishd my random lego designs. It's not perfect but I think some of it is kind of neat. I threw in a little sponge bob set because hey... why not? Maybe this will spur some other ideas out there, I'm sure I will change it a lot, half the fun of legos is tearing them apart and rebuilding! Let me know what you think!

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absolutly LOVE it
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Old 03-23-2009, 07:08 PM   #3
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My son's a lego freak. He'll love this. And it gives me an idea for one of my tanks. I've wanted to do an alien/outer space theme but can't find any thing that works. Legos would do the trick!
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Thats really cool. Eventually once the algae grows a bit, it'll look better imo.
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Thanks guys, I'm pretty happy with it. All of the legos are "weighed down" by using platforms on the bottom and covering them with rock, I got creative in a few spots but it worked well, much easier than siliconing them, which defeats the purpose of using legos I think.
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Nicely done! I might pick up a set and put into my tank!
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If my son ever views these pic's there will be a large case of MTS at my house. lol.
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nice work
please keep us updated when the cycle completes and the fish are introduced
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Haha. Good idea. Imagination could go wild with this one. Now you just need block fish.
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