|SimplySplendid ||08-02-2006 12:50 AM |
My advice is this: Make it look as natural as possible. IMO colored gravel looks like a child's goldfish tank. Try a more natural colored gravel. Also try some more plants to make a nice background from your tank. Better lighting also helps.
What fish do you have?
|joeshmoe ||08-04-2006 06:44 PM |
hello,my tank is half way done i'm going to post pic to night
|joeshmoe ||08-05-2006 04:27 PM |
hey just got more corys and some plants going to post pics
|Lupin ||08-05-2006 08:40 PM |
Nice to hear. Can you pls post a list of your fish?
Curiosity can be drivel.;)
|Fishboy131 ||08-06-2006 12:28 PM |
Wow your fish look really great. Best fish ive ever seen. P.S Love those rocks. and joe's signature has a list of his fish blue dude from the phillipines :mrgreen:
|SimplySplendid ||08-20-2006 01:58 PM |
Hey Joe, when are you going to post an updated pic? We would love to see! :D
|joeshmoe ||08-26-2006 07:53 PM |
soon but my i cant find the wire to hook up the cam to my pc. :cry:
Why not try to make it a more natural set-up? Like some different gravel, live plants, bogwood? Just a suggestion :D
The tank looks good though!
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