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Old 12-16-2017, 03:24 PM   #21
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Really interesting concept with great selection of materials. I think your skills are quickly approaching world class.
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Quick scape today. Forest again :p 80x40x40 cm. Feel free to give critique

hardscape 2 forest aquascape 2.0 by nigel aquascaping by Nigel H, on Flickr
Wood work looks very good but I would think there would be better depth if there was an open space at the rear which was a bit open to draw the eye to an unknown space farther away through the woods. Subtract a couple twigs perhaps at the rear, left.

The work where the roots and the substrate connect is really good!

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I canít believe there is so much wood! Not in a bad way but that would cost a small fortune here.
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I canít believe there is so much wood! Not in a bad way but that would cost a small fortune here.
Yeah I found some stores where the hardscape is cheaper than normally. Bought a lot of trees at Ä15 / kg. Most stores around are Ä30 / kg. It cost me a small fortune :p But more hardscape is always better

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Wood work looks very good but I would think there would be better depth if there was an open space at the rear which was a bit open to draw the eye to an unknown space farther away through the woods. Subtract a couple twigs perhaps at the rear, left.

The work where the roots and the substrate connect is really good!

Since I am neither a competitor, nor a judge, it is just my thoughts.
No problem thanks for your thoughts. I think you are right about making the path more clear.

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Really interesting concept with great selection of materials. I think your skills are quickly approaching world class.
Wow thank you very much! To achieve top 127 IAPLC would be a real dream come out. I hope to ever reach it so far.
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Beautiful set-ups - from the tanks and light equipment part to the plants and forest scaping, very nice to look at!
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Vacation, so plenty of time to practice. what do you think?
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