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Old 06-04-2007, 11:03 PM   #1
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Ignore the water clarity, its from rock dust and sand disruption. I am very very pleased with my creation



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Marco, I love it. Looks so geometric and nice on the eyes. Great job.
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Looks great! Are the rocks glued together?
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Thanks guys! Nope, they aren't glued but are nice and sturdy. Don't worry, I checked
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I don't glue my rocks either, I'm like you I test to make sure they are sturdy. I would have guessed with the way they are stacked you had glued them. Quite a good job stacking them I must say.
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Very nice looking tank
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Old 06-05-2007, 08:58 AM   #7
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I love it! And of course I'm a huge fan of the asymmetry. I'm so glad you're never satisfied with the layout--that means regular pics.
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Somehow that background looks a little different. If you don't mind, could you share how you tested the integrity of the structure?
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Somehow that background looks a little different. If you don't mind, could you share how you tested the integrity of the structure?

For each rock I stacked, I tested its sturdiness one by one by trying to move it back and forth, poke it with a finger, etc. 95% of them didn't budge when trying to push them around.
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Thanks Marco, that sounds like a sound method.
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