This Is what I have so far, I just don't feel like its good enough
I like the drawing, I just need to find wood like that!Along comes blunt Mr. Grimm....
I think it needs to show off it's size better. 90 gallons is huge, along with that comes huge potential. Right now with the way it is planted and layed out, it looks to be a 20-30 gallon long tank. Definitely not a 90. First I'd say keep aquiring plants and growing them out in a seperate tank until you have enough to plan the end result. Then I would remove the dried sphagnum, because it makes the tank look dry. Its good to use around epiphyte roots, but anything more is an eye sore. Then I would keep my eyes peeled for nice pieces of wood. Im a fan of the "rooty" style tanks, so a stump and a few longer root-like pieces would be perfect. Not only do they look badass, but they act as plant mounts, and frogs can hide below them. Kinda like this...
....can you tell how bored I am at work?