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Ideas and advice on aquascaping...please
Old 11-21-2012, 12:09 PM   #21
 
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You know, that wood might actually look good as a tree stump, with the large end on the substrate. At least, from the appearance of the chunk in the photos, I think this would be worth exploring. And the large end might sit on the sand such that there were some openings under it? Just a thought.
Interesting idea. Haven't thought of that at all. I will have to do some cutting on it, but it could work.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:09 PM   #22
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There is a design concept known as the golden ratio or sometimes called the golden rule. It is easy to use I believe the exact ration is 1 to 1.8 or basically divide the design into thirds and you do this by using focal points. Moderator Olympia has made a few posts about the golden ratio. Look it up on the net and start designing you will do a great job.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:15 PM   #23
 
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There is a design concept known as the golden ratio or sometimes called the golden rule. It is easy to use I believe the exact ration is 1 to 1.8 or basically divide the design into thirds and you do this by using focal points. Moderator Olympia has made a few posts about the golden ratio. Look it up on the net and start designing you will do a great job.
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Thanks for the advice pop! I will look it up and if I have any questions I'll just post them on here!
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:30 AM   #24
 
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So this is what I have so far. Please let me know what you all think, where I should go with this. I have taken the advice on switching the placement of the wood. I think it looks a ton better where it is at now.

As always. I am open to all suggestion, so tell me what to do!
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:24 AM   #25
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The aquarium looks nice but i am a minimalist by nature so I would make some small changes such as move the rocks so they are part of the focal point with the wood and group the plants and open up the center area for swimming fish. I would add an underwater background scene but not tape it flat to the glass but cut the background several inches larger than the tank and bowl the background for a multidimensional effect. I am not known for creative ability.
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:55 AM   #26
 
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The aquarium looks nice but i am a minimalist by nature so I would make some small changes such as move the rocks so they are part of the focal point with the wood and group the plants and open up the center area for swimming fish. I would add an underwater background scene but not tape it flat to the glass but cut the background several inches larger than the tank and bowl the background for a multidimensional effect. I am not known for creative ability.
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You do make a good point with the rocks being a second focal point. I will be working on that. As for the background, the black is painted on, so no go there. And I will work on the plant placement as well. Thanks for the advice and ideas!
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:43 AM   #27
 
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I think I would leave the rocks where they are but group the plants more around them. That way the eft side won't feel too heavy with both the wood and rocks on one side. Just a thought. Have fun!
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I think I would leave the rocks where they are but group the plants more around them. That way the eft side won't feel too heavy with both the wood and rocks on one side. Just a thought. Have fun!
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Well I think I might actually like the rocks on the right, bunched together. So the rocks wouldnt be on the left with the wood. I am digging the idea of bunching up the plants.
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:52 AM   #29
 
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I think I would leave the rocks where they are but group the plants more around them. That way the eft side won't feel too heavy with both the wood and rocks on one side. Just a thought. Have fun!
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:54 AM   #30
 
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Whoops, double post.
Yeah, that's what I was saying. Leave the rocks where they are but group the plants around them.
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