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Old 08-13-2013, 06:56 AM
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Goddamn, life is busy.
So, in spite of all the unfinished projects, I decided to start a new one.
It's going to be a paludarium for crabs, remains to be seen which species I can get my hands on.

This old stonework is laying around


Started making a woodthingy on top of it


Did a couple of layers


Not finished, but looking promising to meh.

Will go on and update.
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Goddamn, life is busy.
So, in spite of all the unfinished projects, I decided to start a new one.
It's going to be a paludarium for crabs, remains to be seen which species I can get my hands on.

This old stonework is laying around

Started making a woodthingy on top of it

Did a couple of layers

Not finished, but looking promising to meh.

Will go on and update.
Thanks for looking.
Thanks for sharing! Your projects are marvelous!
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Not a whole lot of advance with the latest piece of barkhitecture, but some layers added and roots perhaps rotting a bit more


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That is...epic..

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Wow awesome stuff. Wish I could see the photos from the early part of this thred.


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Hardscape pretty much done.


All I need now is a tank. I'm thinking plywood/glass for this one.
Footprint needed for the scape is 120x60 cm (4'x2') and height is 70 cm (2'4'')
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HX- I love your work. I look at your mudskipper build all the time and dream of having something just like it



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Thank you for your words, frogparty.
Happy to hear the old (not that it's gone) 'skipper set up still inspires!
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Holy crap, only once I back peddled through this thread I realized that wood wasn't real, amazing job

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Hardscape pretty much done.

All I need now is a tank. I'm thinking plywood/glass for this one.
Footprint needed for the scape is 120x60 cm (4'x2') and height is 70 cm (2'4'')
How you do this magic? You'r skills are outstanding!
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Thanks for your words, Hornet!

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Where can I see pics of the skipper tank?

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Old 04-16-2014, 12:15 PM
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Links to other forums allowed here?
If not, then pls remove and accept my apologises.

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Wow awesome stuff. Wish I could see the photos from the early part of this thred.


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