1.2M Scaping

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by keyaam, 9 Jan 2010.

  1. keyaam

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    Thanks to Dean for opening up the section for aquascaping. This is only to be used as a reference so that members could post a FTS of there aquascaping. Ill start the thread off with one but its not mine.

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  3. IMarine

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    excellent scaping
     
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    Agree, but what was used to make it solid and stable? It looks like, any crab can destroy this beauty. In my opinion, I am missing a cave at the left and the top from the left side is very flat. Otherwise, perfect scaping.
     
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    some nice FTS,can see u looking for some ideas
     
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    these all yours?...I hope so cause they is nice :thumbup:
     
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    Im done with my scaping Maj. You saw how the tank looked last week and thats how its gonna stay.
     
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    Thank you, just kidding. They are some pics which I used to scape my tank
     
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    post a pic here of your new scape or do u have a pic in ur tanks thread?
     
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    not yet bro. Im waiting for my reflectors to come. Should be here this week
     
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    Heres mine, Scaping is done to maximise flow and appearance (I consulted Anthony Calfo :lol: )

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    Im so confused when it comes to scaping my 1.2*800*600. I just ended up dumping all the LR on a platform I made from eggcrate.

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    it can get frustrating but you need to take fish species to be kept and the amount of coral you want to keep into consideration.. this is the way i rationalise my thinking because i also tend to get over excited and exhausted.. im currently thinking about doing a pvc pipe structure and applying clay to it in order to getting a branching and arch effect.. i could pressurise this structure and drill holes in it to divert flow to almost everywhere.

    the problem with these plans is you need to have a good idea of what you want the end product to look like...
     
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    scaping will always be an ongoing thing in most reefers mind,always wanting to change and perfect their DT,iv been in the game a few months and already changed my scaping thrice,lol
     
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    awesome scaping idea's:thumbup: im also still playing around with my scaping...trying to create more hight:whistling:
     
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