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2.5ft Re-Scape

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Alasse, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. Alasse

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    I rescaped the 2.5ft today. Angels have moved out. And tank is now awaiting new additions, insure what that will be at this stage

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    Possibly Rams/Apistos or Tiger barbs, dunno really
     
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    Nice!
     
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    I think your tank looks fantastic!
    I love how those rocks go and give the tank another
    dimension I'm so stealing that. Love the moss and your plants too:)
     
  4. Alasse

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    Thanks guys

    The 'rocks' are a foam retaining wall i build to keep the gravel/plant mix separate from the playsand at the front.
     
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    You have such talent building those walls, how do you build them? Your tanks are just stunning!
     
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    Nice looking scape!
     
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    Awesome! Same question as fins, I'm impressed
     
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    Thanx guys :)

    The foam wall is just foam cut into basic rock shapes then melted to refine. Siicone is then spread over the foam and black quartz sand pressed into silicone. Very simple to do.
     
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    I like the foam.
     
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    Now been a month, time for an updated pic
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    Home to
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