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Old 05-08-2011, 12:57 AM
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Hey guys ive been messing around with time lapse for a while when my rabbit had babies and well you can can probably guess it from there anyways here you go hope you enjoy

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Oh yah I just want to Thank JP41 for the beutiful broms I got from him
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:19 AM
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Very cool.. You did a great job
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:34 AM
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Cool video!! And only took 6 minutes to build a viv! Nice work
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:46 AM
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Cool video!! And only took 6 minutes to build a viv! Nice work
Haha thanks that would be nice though
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:56 AM
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Awesome video, the viv looks great.
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Old 05-08-2011, 02:46 AM
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That was cool. Were you able to wash your shirt once or twice during the process?

How long did it actually take and how many frames per second do you record at for that kind of time lapse? Your actions looked really smooth and seamless.
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Old 05-08-2011, 02:52 AM
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Really cool! The viv turned out great too. Why is your drainage layer so big though?!
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Cool vid. I noticed your muscles in your arms getting bigger mixing that clay. Nice job!!!!
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:04 PM
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That was cool. Were you able to wash your shirt once or twice during the process?
Yah after I was pretty much done with the clay my mom gave me an apron

How long did it actually take and how many frames per second do you record at for that kind of time lapse? Your actions looked really smooth and seamless.
The planting took maybe 20 minutes and the rest of the viv at around 3 hours I set my camera for 1 second every oo hour ( thats the infinity sign)

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Really cool! The viv turned out great too. Why is your drainage layer so big though?!
I might of put a little to much gravel in there and yes I agree my false bottom was pretty big but It looks good Ill keep that in mind next time

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Cool vid. I noticed your muscles in your arms getting bigger mixing that clay. Nice job!!!!
Haha yah GRIMM wasnt kiddin ethier when he said your arms would look like popeyes when your done thanks
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Really cool! The viv turned out great too. Why is your drainage layer so big though?!
I now remember why I made it so big its because on my rack im gonna make the tanks look like there going down hill to a pond and That tanks the top of the hill If you know what I mean
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Cool video!

What were you mixing with the peat moss?
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What were you mixing with the peat moss?
Clay For the clay background
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Sweet viv! What plants did you use?
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Looks awesome man, and cool video also. The build looks kinda familiar

Not to steal your thunder, but my new video should be up in under an hour so check it out! I guess we are the timelapse bros What little camcorder are you using for the timelapse? Samsung H20?
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Neo zoe
oppenhimer brom
fireball brom
variagated fireball
Ficus pumila oak leaf
ficus pumila creeping fig
selagenella plana
riccia
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Looks awesome man, and cool video also. The build looks kinda familiar

Not to steal your thunder, but my new video should be up in under an hour so check it out! I guess we are the timelapse bros What little camcorder are you using for the timelapse? Samsung H20?
By similar do you mean similar to your viv? If so I kinda based it of your vivs.
The camcorder I use for timelapse is a samsung memory camcorder or atleast thats what I think its called. and Ill check out your video
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