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Old 08-10-2013, 09:16 PM   #11
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Both look great but I think set up number 2 is more appealing to me that's just me though
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Yeah I'm still partial to both haha.... The first pic- top stump will have dirt under it and there will be orchids and stuff growing around it. The picture doesn't make it look so but 90% of it is in the very back of the top tank
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Yeah I'm still partial to both haha.... The first pic- top stump will have dirt under it and there will be orchids and stuff growing around it. The picture doesn't make it look so but 90% of it is in the very back of the top tank
I can see how that would look either way its going to look good
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Old 08-10-2013, 09:29 PM   #14
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They both look nice, but im leaning more to the second one.
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Old 08-10-2013, 09:40 PM   #15
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Second one. This is a great idea....following fer shure!
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Here's somewhat of an aerial view to show the depth

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The perfecto box is outside of the tank btw

I think the stump needs to be there to help balance out the build. Structure both up top and bottom
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How about aerial view of the 2nd setup
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How about aerial view of the 2nd setup


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I feel like there is a lot of hidden space on the top most left corner. And if I moved the top wood to the back corner I think it would be more difficult to make it seem like the bottom wood is the same tree. I would have to angle the bottom wood at like a 45 degree to the back of the glass and there's not enough room. Picture help?
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Are you going for the same tree look cause in the first one it looks like one upper tree and one lower root system if your going for one single looking tree 2 is your best option I see the hidden
space and angling it would throw it off
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Are you going for the same tree look cause in the first one it looks like one upper tree and one lower root system if your going for one single looking tree 2 is your best option I see the hidden
space and angling it would throw it off
1 is supposed to look like 2 trees. One tree coming out of the riverbed as a dead stump and a second tree stump on land

2 is a tree stump on land with its roots poking through the riverside
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